Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon

Address: 37 Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Yangon (Rangoon), 112233, Myanmar | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 37 Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Yangon (Rangoon), is near Bagan Temples, Golden Palace Monastery (Shwenandaw Kyaung), Kuthodaw Pagoda & the World's Largest Book, and U Bein Bridge.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon Yangon (Rangoon)

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)

          YANGON (RANGOON)

          A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Nov 12, 2015

          13 photos

          ... to Chinatown. The walk and the streets there were just buzzing with people, food and commence. Really vibrant and a bit smelly in parts. And if you look too close you wouldn't eat anything anywhere there. Reminds most of us of Singapore 45 years ago. Had a beer at one place then ended up at another place for dinner. I had the duck, rice and veggies, (AS$6) very nice. Most of us then called it a day a couple (Trio & Baz) soldiered on. Tomorrow is our last full day before flying ...

          Yangon to Mandalay

          A travel blog entry by dobsonsontour on Oct 20, 2015

          Yangon to Mandalay train: OMG - Bumpy ride!!!

          After reading through our Rough Guide we had read that there is an express train that will take us from Yangon in the south of Myanmar north towards Mandalay. Review after review and we had read a few mixed experiences – some very bad some extremely positive. For sure, we knew that this was going to be a bumpy train ride. Hmmm… we thought to ourselves. It couldn't be that bad surely. ...

          Mayfair, on the Strand!

          A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Oct 07, 2015

          2 comments, 17 photos

          ... Burmese for 'I don't eat meat or fish' and 'I can't eat food with wheat in', though so far we've eaten Indian food, where both those things are easy. As Rick was recovering from a dodgy stomach we took advantage of Lonely Planet's recommendation to take the Circle Line on our first day. It takes 3 hrs to cover 31 miles, so it's very slow, and stops at 38 stations en route, mostly for less than a minute, but there were a few longer stops. It showed ...

          Myanmar: Yangon

          A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Jun 15, 2015

          11 photos

          ... the towns markets that have been around for centuries - the English called it Scot's Markets. There were art galleries showcasing local art that was really impressive - they managed to capture the rain in their pictures very well! We bought a couple more brollies, then headed for another noodle dinner followed by a chocolate sundae in a Japanese ice cream parlour full of giggly girls and pink decorations. Home for an early night before heading east to Kyaitko the next morning ...

          Across the river to another world

          A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 07, 2015

          5 photos

          ... It may have been 4:00 in the afternoon, but it was still sweltering. After paying our "Foreigner Tourist Tax" we entered the extensive grounds and took our turn to enter the relic room underneath the main stupa. This has a star shaped inner relic room sitting within an only slightly larger octagonal chamber which together with a few supporting walls gave many internal prayer niches. All the walls and ceilings were coated in gold leaf, and then covered with Perspex to reaching height. ...