Central Hotel Yangon
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsMas Jonquer Vilanant
Basic but reasonable. Great location and decent wifi
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Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)
Mot flygplatsen tidigt tordag morgon, det är en liten flygplats. Planet kom och vi for till Yangon, det tog 1,5 timme med propellerplanet. Där väntade vår nya lilla buss, vi for in mot stan. Vilken trafik! Det bor över 5 miljoner människor här och det var mängder av fordon som trängdes på gatorna. …
Departed SFO on Wednesday Nov 18. Snagged business class seats to Osaka on United Airlines. Nice uneventful flight, but did have a 10 hour layover in Osaka. Efren slept and we chilled at the lounge and the time passed quickly. Our flight from Osaka to Bangkok was on Thai Airways, and we scored First Class seats on that leg …
... vegetables. We ordered fried noodles and mixed veg, and received a treat. The service was incredible, and our Chinese tea cup was never empty - we must have had 6 cups each. Before our noodles and vegetables came out they bought out chicken flavoured watery soup with crunchy noodles in - it was lush! When we finished it they kept topping it up, and we were thoroughly impressed with the service and care that went into ensuring our meal was a success. We left and ...
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We returned via Dhala port carpark, which was no less busy, to the Strand for a 30 min freshen up and then on to Scott's market (officially now Bogyoke market). This is a huge undercover market hall which is split into sections. The main centre Isle seems to now be reserved for goods likely to be of interest to the tourist whilst the further reaches are for the more local trade. Here you can buy anything Jade, Rubies by the bucketful, Teak carvings and ...
... and dinner was at 'Weather Spoons'. Snappy and tasty with ridiculous names- you can't beat that for a combo. As a group, we had a dilemma though. We had to get to Ngapali Beach next, which was around two hundred treacherous miles away, but the transport options divided us.
Tom and Jen had had enough of both night buses and buses in general, Sarah isn't a great flier and Hannah and I couldn't justify the cash for a flight there. So we split up- the four of us got a ...