Aureum Palace Hotel & Resort Bagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsAureum Palace Hotel & Resort Bagan
This is a very large property spread out on acres of land with beautiful gardens. The rooms are very large and well appointed. It is one of the grand old hotels and some rooms may need to be updated. The rooms are housed in several buildings around the main reception building. There are pool areas in each cluster of buildings. The restaurant is good and the menu well priced. It is close to the airport and some of the attractions. I would definitely use this hotel for future groups.
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We had our last day in Mandalay before boarding our flight to Bagan.As the flight was in the evening we went for a boat ride up the Irrawaddy river. This is the largest river in Myanmar with
many tributaries and runs up to the north with little villages on the banks. We visited Mingun the village which has the Mingun bell. It weighs 87 tons …
... but their intricate designs and majestic rooflines still amaze us. Tiles, mirrored walls and Buddas are everywhere. We were all given our Buddist birth day and given an opportunity to visit our token (Betty-Anne is a Tuesday birth, which is a Lion and Graeme is a Friday, which is a Guinea Pig (stop laughing – he is kind and sweet, as they say)).
It has been a fascinating trip down river, where we cruised during the day and tied up at ...
... to repair and rebuild the temples as they originally were, though some find the results not to be as historically accurate, though pretty close. Given how small the town was, it was easy to cycle around and just pull into a temple that I found intriguing and wanted to explore more.
After the hustle of Yangon it was a relief to be in Bagan with little traffic and a lot less people. ...
... hotel set in gardens around the pool. She hadn't actually bothered to mention that this was her families hotel. They were great and welcomed us with some mango icecream - always a winner.
Thanda told us of a little restaurant she knew where they had happy hour and cheap cocktails so we walked into the little town. It was really nice, just a small row of shops and restaurants set off the sandy road and ...
... the only way we know how- with lots and lots of beer.
Due to Bagan's intolerable heat we were up and out at 4.30am in an attempt to avoid the sun. We hired a tiny little e-bike that we both squeezed onto as we're tight with our money and headed off to see some temples!