Arthawka Hotel

160 Cherry Road, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 160 Cherry Road, Bagan.
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    Travel Blogs from Bagan

    The temples of Bagan

    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 28, 2014

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    Ok first impression: Bagan is much drier (hurray) but also much hotter than Yangon. It is going to be pretty painful to be walking around in open air visiting temples.

    We just spent the night in the bus (1st class by the way, best night bus we took on the whole continent) so we are exhausted. We find a hotel and take a nap and wait for the heat of the day to be behind us. We aim for the sunset at Shwesandaw paya. The point of ...

    An all-you-can-see pagoda buffet

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... offer you the chance to climb to the top). On top of that, the volume of pagodas and the relative remote-ness means that there are few other visitors at any given time, at least in the low season. Unfortunately, like any buffet, Bagan relies on quantity over quality.
    While each pagoda is impressive and beautiful, after touring five in one day they all tend to run together. All of the pagodas are built out of ...

    Bagan - Land of 4000 temples

    A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jun 25, 2014

    29 photos

    ... find a good spot on top of one of the tallest to watch the sunset. There wasn't much of a sunset but it was still great to sit there in awe of my surroundings. Only difference was So were a ton of others. From being alone all day to be swarmed it was a weird feeling. The bus loads all pilled back into their coaches and I was free to bike back in peace again. Thank god as this dumb bikes lights didn't work. Man o man not so lucky this time around, but made for a good story ...


    A travel blog entry by almorgan on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... saw village. We wandered through this old village which seemed like it was in a time warp. Old carts, oxen, thatched roofs, water carrying children, chickens, and happy faced people. A great example of simple rural life. Then we headed for the Hsu-taung-pyi complex. This old site had been partially restored by a huge donation from the Japanese. The big 3 storey monastery, built behind the pagoda, was an example ...

    Day 2 Yangon

    A travel blog entry by almorgan on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... few days. I wasn't supposed to walk through the park with out paying Government fees as a foreigner..but I did. Snuck out through the exit near the huge golden pagoda. This enormous, glimmering pagoda is the big attraction of Myanmar. It is huge. I was pretty sure that my tour group, that I was meeting up with later today, was going to visit, so I didn't need to go on a thorough tour just now. Nevertheless, I scaled the many steps of the ...