Bagan Hotel River View

Address: Between Gawdawpalin Temple & Archeological Museum, Bagan, Myanmar | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Between Gawdawpalin Temple & Archeological Museum, Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Bagan

    And so it Bagan!

    A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky. on May 27, 2015

    1 comment

    ... let us check into our room as soon as we arrived (5am in the morning!!) so we had a few hours sleep then set off to explore the many temples that made Bagan famous. Most people hire scooters or electronic bikes to get around but as we are trying to stick to a budget we opted for the old school pedal bikes. Its probably about time I started doing some exercise again anyway. We cycled the short 5km to 'Old Bagan' and got lost in the maze of ...

    Additional day in Mandalay

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 11, 2015

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    ... monastery to be fed on a chosen day. This is usually an important or auspicious day for the sponsor and they all arrive dressed to the nines in brightly coloured traditional dress. The sponsor sets up tables and the huge vats of steaming rice are brought on trolleys from the monastery kitchen. At 10:00, curry and other gifts of necessities such as washing powder, toothpaste etc are laid on the refectory trestle tables to await the diners. The monks start lining ...


    A travel blog entry by kit-tess on Apr 11, 2015

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    ... off. The story goes that a fist-width hole in the wall deep enough for most
    people’s reach was the punishment site: you put your arm inside up to the
    armpit and down came the executioner’s blade along the wall to whip off the
    offending limb. The children loved that story although one learns to be a bit
    sceptical about the myths in a country where dragons roamed only recently in the
    collective imagination.

    A rival king was brought ...


    A travel blog entry by erin_marie on Mar 15, 2015

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    So hard not to love Bagan. Our first day we opted to bike (e-scooters seemed the slower option) the plains with our guide being me reading the Lonely Planet....I'm a pretty good guide. It was hot. HOT. A whole new world of hot. We rode to every pagoda you can see and then some more- we rode in the dirt & heat from morning to sunset. The next day we hit the sunrise to watch the balloons - hit ...

    Horse cart ride through the Bagan temples & Sunset

    A travel blog entry by carolmartin on Mar 08, 2015

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    ... sized temple with lots of people perched on its many levels, awaiting the sunset. Their shoes were waiting for them below. Our horse carts stopped instead at a smaller temple beside this one that our guide told us was less crowded - where those who wished could climb up to witness the sun's descent. So, up we went, climbing a narrow staircase to watch the sunset from on high, pagodas everywhere you look. It turned out ...