Eastern Hotel

Address: 194/196 Bo Myat Tun Street, Pazundaung Township, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 194/196 Bo Myat Tun Street, Pazundaung Township, Yangon (Rangoon), is near Shwedagon Pagoda, Bagan Temples, Indein Village, and Golden Palace Monastery (Shwenandaw Kyaung).
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Eastern Hotel Yangon (Rangoon)

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)

    Bangkok

    A travel blog entry by eloweb on Nov 06, 2014

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    Eloweb stayed here on Nov 6, 2014 during their trip titled: Voyage en Birmanie.

    Myanmar- Got Pagoda?

    A travel blog entry by breanne.corey on May 27, 2014

    22 photos

    ... We saw a 4m tall gold buddha where we witnessed many locals putting real gold leaves on the buddha. We decided to go see where they make the gold leaves. It takes 6hrs of pounding to get the gold thin enough to sell as a leaf. That is a lot of hard work. Later that night we hiked up mandalay hill to watch the sunset. Then we walked along the wall of a kings palace to a puppet show. The kings palace is a massive chunk of land surrounded by a moat. It took us 40min to walk one side of ...

    Politics and partying

    A travel blog entry by elegibson on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... out troops disguised as monks to incite inter-religious disputes, so that they have an excuse for repression. Local people are used as forced labour to build roads; their crops failing while they do so. One day my guide told me all the land along the main road we travelled had been forcibly taken from the local owners by the government. The families were entitled to compensation of a measly $40 per acre but it would cost them more than that to navigate ...