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

    Temples of Bagan

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... we come from and our names. I think we stole Buddha's thunder on a few occasions walking into temples. We also tend to get followed quite a lot. Sometimes it is just kids and it doesn’t last long but we also think some adults could be spies. We heard we would get followed at least once by a spy during our stay. This is to prevent tourist talking to locals about politics, which is a huge taboo and could result in jail time. It is taken ...

    An all-you-can-see pagoda buffet

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... and the sides are often filled with trash from the various clusters of semi-permanent housing along its banks. In fact, the most interesting part of the cruise was watching the locals on the bank, often bathing (while clothed) or doing laundry and hearing from our guide about their lifestyles. Unfortunately the sunset was almost entirely blocked by clouds, an issue that is common in the summer but would likely be better ...

    The plains of Bagan

    A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jul 03, 2014

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    The next day was a long one. I was up early having breakfast on the roof of my guesthouse (AD1 guesthouse, decent enough rooms but a touch on the expensive side at $25 per night)  by 08:00 I was on the bus heading out on the road from Mandalay (!) towards Bagan. Bagan was one of the main reasons why I chose to come to Myanmar. I serendipitously came across a picture on the internet of hot air ballons floating over the Bagan temple plains and ...

    Bagan - Land of 4000 temples

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

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    ... this was the normal all over Bagan, but once the temples were deemed a UNESCO site all of the local living in the area called Old Bagan were uprooted and forced to move to what is now called New Bagan. So seeing some neighbourhoods still amongst the thousands of temples here was pretty neat. I continued my wander and saw signs for their largest paya so I continued to follow the aigns. They led to another large golden pagoda I have come very accustomed to. Kicking my shows ...


    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 ...