Emerald Lake Hotel Bagan

Address: Close to Mandalay Palace, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Close to Mandalay Palace, Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Bagan

The wonders of Bagan

A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Feb 09, 2015


... Bagan, all antique wooden carts, with just 1 axle with wheels about the height of a grown man. Pulled by one horse, who has not a care about the madcap drivers and scooterists who weave in and out with no concern for any rules of the road (which probably don't exist anyway). They clip-clop along the road at a mesmerising gait, bearing their happy passengers in a way that seems entirely appropriate to the surroundings. Oh yes, and the dogs. They think they own the place, and ...

Breathtaking Bagan

A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 28, 2015

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... not all of them are signposted in English and I didn't note them all in any case as we were too busy being awed by the way in which the temples just peek out of the hazy jungle. We climbed one of the first ones we arrived at to incredible views of the countryside and the Irawaddy and to say it was overwhelming was an understatement. It's hard to comprehend the beauty of this place and the serenity. Nowhere were we surrounded by more than a scattering of other tourists and we ...

Roller coaster railroad

A travel blog entry by alsb73 on Jan 27, 2015

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... will be served. We are hoping there will be other impromptu sellers so we can top up our drink stash with fresh beer and water. Whilst it is pretty uncomfortable on here because of the bumpiness, I LOVE it! It is giving us an endearing insight into Myanmar life which we simply would not have gained from yet another plane journey. Frankly if we had had the time, I would have done everything overland but sacrifices had to be made! Having just passed the biggest stupa ...

The old city of Bagan dating back to 1,100 AD

A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Jan 24, 2015

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... same river that flows thru Mandalay and Rangoon).
Kina and I went for a swim in the huge pool right on the river and then Mr. Han picked us up and we went to visit some temples (specially the prison where the Mon king was held) then we went for dinner on the river and sunset.
The next morning Dev still was not feeling good so Rieko, Kina and I headed out to visit the local Bagan ...

Temples, Horse and Cart and a Snap-Worthy Sunset

A travel blog entry by amy-hitchcock on Jan 07, 2015

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... as they would have been when the temples were constructed centuries ago. Each temple is enormous, touching the skies with their magnificence. After climbing the temples' steep stairs and reaching the top, it's hard not to feel as though you've gone to Heaven and are now looking down on the mere ground on which you used to stand. Don't even get me started on the view you get from upon a temple. Okay, ...

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