Chatrium Hotel Royal Lake Yangon
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Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)
... tallest we saw , and is encased in 40 tons of gold. The entire thing shines so brightly in the afternoon that it is actually hard to look at without sunglasses. The main stupa is surrounded by smaller stupas also painted gold, which adds to the overall effect. Capping it off, literally, is a diamond encrusted spire with a single 72 carat diamond. After spending a while admiring Shwedagon, we headed back to the hotel and our final night in Myanmar. ...
... 160;Simple pleasures when you travel; sharing a beer with a local and making his day is certainly one of them. With meeting Elaine at expat haunts, authentic "million dollar baby" style outdoor boxing clubs and seeing the locals at their best in the countryside I was pretty pleased with taking in so many different sides to this town, but was more excited to catch our flight to Inle Lake for a girls weekend before I started the rest of my Myanmar exploration on my own. ...
... Laos! We get a large corner room with nice views out over the city – sadly we’re on the opposite side of the building to the Shwedagon Paya, the most famous stupa in Myanmar. It’s late-in-the-day so after unpacking we decide to head to a local supermarket to pick up some stuff for a light meal. It’s an interesting experience – busy and full of new-to-us stuff (and friendly people!) We buy what we want then head back, using ...
... and Uttara, were sent from India as missionaries to Thaton after the Third Buddhist Snyod. The King of Thaton gave them permission to build a shrine at the foot of Singuttara Hill in which the monks preserved a hair of the Buddha. The name 'Sule Pagoda’ itself, however comes from a later period and is linked to the Sule Nat, or guardian spirit, of Singuttara Hill, who local legend claims showed the monks the site where the relics of three previous Buddhas had ...
... kinda dumb that we were coming all gross from the hot day but whatever) but the food here is cheap. I got a Myanmar-style chicken curry which was great. We all were exhausted and crashed so early after our days of traveling. I'm glad we stayed up as late as we could to try to get on a new schedule. I'm writing this on Thursday morning because I'm jet lagged and woke up at 6. Not sure what we're doing today but I know it'll be another hot ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool