Emerald Lake Hotel Bagan

Close to Mandalay Palace, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bagan

Beautiful Bagan

A travel blog entry by rubychu


... just come from New Zealand and Australia, I thought I had seen all the beautiful scenery but this was magical.

We stayed for awhile longer until Peach's tummy troubles returned and so we hurried down the narrow steps and headed for our e-bikes. A few young boys of 5-6 years old were chasing after us trying to sell ...

Myanmar - Bagan

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... water. We departed at about 19.00 and arrived in Bagan at 4.00. Together with Barbara we were a bit scared because our bus driver was driving very fast (I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn´t fall asleep again, I was sure we´re going to die) but no complaints about the comfort.

Day 1: May 25, 2014

Once we get off the vehicle at the bus station of Bagan we got surrounded by a lot of taxi drivers who started to follow our every step. I usually ...

Better Than Angkor?

A travel blog entry by kvolsky


... site what it deserves. Rent an electric bike to hop on and off to explore. The interiors give way to secret passages and amazing roof top views and definitely warrant the time to explore. Be your own Indiana Jones. With the lack of visitors to this country you will have many of the temples to yourself aside from the local guard. Just make sure to go in the morning cause no shoes allowed in or on the temples ...

A year in review!

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... do some unbelievable things. Unfortunately, our trip is starting to wind down and we plan to be back on Canadian soil sometime in June - but not before going out with a bang! Stay tuned... here are photos of a couple of the highlights of our trip thus far!

Denny and Christine

Land of 4000 Pogodas

A travel blog entry by smittee


... Pagoda is the biggest temple in Bagan, dating from 1170 AD that is famous for its interlocking mortar less brickwork and can be seen anywhere in Bagan. There are bats lurking at the temple and there are few ghost stories and rumour s about the temple being haunted.

Gubyaukgyi is close to Wetkyi-in village, this 13th-century 'cave temple' has an Indian-style spire like the Mahabodhi Paya in Bagan. Gu meaning "cave" ...


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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