Emerald Land Inn Mandalay

No 9, 14 Street, Pyi Gyi Yan Lone Quarters, Mandalay, Myanmar | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on No 9, 14 Street, Pyi Gyi Yan Lone Quarters, Mandalay.
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    Travel Blogs from Mandalay


    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Aug 04, 2014

    104 photos

    ... A lot of vehicles here were bought from another, move developed country, as second hand and one of the countries where a lot of them come from is Japan. The Japanese drive on the left and the Burmese on the right so lots of buses have the steering wheel on the wrong side and the bus door facing the centre of the road, not the sidewalk. A new door had to be improvised on the other side for passengers ...

    Mandalay and surroundings

    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 30, 2014

    427 photos

    ... have arrived anything between 1 hour and 4 hours late, yes that is the rest of the time but ahead of schedule? I am decidedly falling in love with this country. So here we are in Mandalay. We find a great room which always means a great time. Accommodation in Myanmar is higher than anywhere else in South East Asia. A shoestringer will have to fork out 20$ a night and that is all but you get quite good value: hot shower (on and off hot, can't push it you know), clean sheets ...

    Monks, Buddhas, and a bridge

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... inside which is one of the most important religious sites in all of Myanmar - people travel from all over the country to pray to the Buddha and make offerings. What makes it interesting for visitors is that the Buddha statue is constantly changing, because every day visitors apply gold leaf to it as a way of paying homage. As a result, the statue has grown significantly over the past few decades, and much of the detail has ...


    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jun 13, 2014

    15 photos

    ... 8217;s longest teak bridge at 1.2 kilometres, and is often photographed, usually in silhouette. Up close, you can see why it’s photographed this way – it’s a working bridge that’s more than 200 years old, and as such is highly utilitarian, and doesn’t feature beautiful carvings as you’d maybe expect (quite the opposite!) We walk across the bridge, dodging the occasional poisonous snake (seriously!) and wondering if ...

    The road to Mandalay

    A travel blog entry by nloon on Jun 12, 2014

    24 photos

    ... to stop for a few minutes and really enjoyed wandering through one or two of the workshops and looking at the Buddah statues being crafted. Reminded me of when I was really really small and my grandfather was carving statues in his workshop back home! While the pieces here are fairly repetitive they are none the less the result of superb craftsmanship. "I saw the angle in the marble and I carved until I set him free" ...