Aureum Palace Hotel & Resort Bagan
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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 …
We set off early at 8:00 as the temperature was forecast to reach the early 40s, and drove for 10 minutes (everything in Bagan is fairly compact) to the Shwe San Daw pagoda. This is a solid pagoda in the pyramid style and one of the largest in the city that you can climb up. We climbed to the top level of the 5 external landings. The stairs were loft ladder steep with very tall risers and narrow tread steps. The view from the top showed a whole 360 degree panorama of the ...
... 12.6879997253418px;">I WAS VERYSICK AND SO MISSD SOME OF THE OUTINGS AND MUM AND ME STAYING BEHIND FOR A SLEEP. BUT I DID SEE ALL THE SUN RISES.MR OO WAS OUR GUIDE AND HE SHOWD US A TRICK WITH THE CAN RINGPULLS THAT KIT IS COLECKTING.
ONE DAY ME AND KIT AND MUM WERE CHATING TOA N ARTIST AND HE ASKED IF WE WANTED TO HAVE THINGS DRAWNON US. AND SO WE SAID YES PLEES AND I GOT AN ELEPHANT AND KIT WANTED A BUDDHA.WE BOUGHT ...
... alchemy, medicine, and legal studies. The city attracted monks and students from as far as India, Ceylon as well as the Khmer Empire. The Pagan Empire collapsed in 1287 due to repeated Mongol invasions (1277–1301) along with Bagan being located in an ...
... where there were original stucco carvings on the outside walls. Although much of the stucco on the outside had come off in the severe earthquake of 1975. Then lunch at a local restaurant beside the Irrawaddy River (recently renamed to Ayeyarwady River) which runs the length of Myanmar and provides access from the sea to the interior. After lunch, we went to a Lacquerware Factory where we learned how bamboo strips become bowls and you ...