Golden Express Hotel Mandalay

No.G/43, 9th Street, Chanmyashwepyi Or, Kywesekan, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.G/43, 9th Street, Chanmyashwepyi Or, Kywesekan, Mandalay.
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Travel Blogs from Mandalay

Mandalay and surroundings

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 30, 2014

445 photos

... a given on this continent), bathroom inside the room and the big new arrival in our lives: air con! Honestly it would be hard to do without. I never had air con in Australia (although lots of friends do) and I never was for it because I am quite the eco friendly type but it is hard not to get hooked on the stuff. After the crazy hot days we have, entering a cold room is like heaven.

This afternoon after our arrival we go for a walk, mainly toward the canal, we ...

Here Buddha, there Buddha, everywhere a BUDDHA

A travel blog entry by martinahowell on Jun 19, 2014

1 comment, 56 photos

... War. Today it is Myanmar’s second largest city and is a commercial hub with trade centred with China and India. Mandalay is filled with ubiquitous motorbikes and overcrowded trucks whizzing around cars and each other.

The best part of Mandalay is Sagaing Hill and Mandalay Hill divided by the Irrawaddy River. These hills are covered with forests and dotted with monasteries, temples, and stupas of all sizes. Climbing Mandalay Hill has been ...

Mandalay-stairway to heaven?! Or another pagoda??

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Jun 19, 2014

2 comments, 32 photos

... two palace walls and see the other side of the city before dark this ended up being a great choice as it made me make a wrong turn ultimately finding a local beer haunt. Again tables and chairs outside, but this time full of men drinking draught and watching the world cup. Heck ya my kind of party. So I parked my girly bike up with all the motor bikes and settled in to a table. "This ain't no boys club anymore!" A couple of pints, free peanuts and soup, and a ...

Inwa, Amarapura, and Sagaing

A travel blog entry by jcruise on Jun 15, 2014

42 photos

... Some of the highlights involved a tall watchtower half crumbled from earthquakes, a teak monastery built in 1834 and supported by 267 posts, and an Angkor Wat like ruin. Finally, we made our way to Amarapura, home to the longest teak bridge in the world. At over 200 years old, I could feel the age of the bridge with every step that I took. Thankfully, the supports held as I walked across the river and back. Tomorrow we will explore the last old city of ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jun 13, 2014

15 photos

... 8217;s got from the press about The Moustache Brothers, and look at all the photos on the wall – with a number of celebrities, most notably Aung San Suu Kyi. The troupe is down from three to two now, after moustache number one, Par Par Lay, died last year, but the show still goes on. We’re joined by some other tourists, but before the show starts we’re treated to an array of video clips on DVD, mostly from a campaign from around a decade ...

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