Golden Express Hotel Mandalay

Address: 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

Day 4 - Mandalay city

A travel blog entry by lindadleahy on Nov 04, 2014

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... stay to our regular schedule! Threading our way back up to the room, through this very modern hotel, we realized that we were in for a day spotlighting the contrasts in the rapidly changing culture of Myanmar: experiencing old traditional Mandalay and the new modern influences predominately from the west. We had on the patio for our breakfast, looking at a resort style swim up to the bar pool. It is surround by luxury loungers, tennis court, spa and fitness area. Aboe all ...

Burmese Days

A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Nov 01, 2014

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... you a lot of the Cambodians, which is no bad thing. They are almost universally smiley, peacefull and sweet-natured (the ones I've met so far that is, - which I am really hoping is a representative sample), but the country is still very poor, you can see this right away, incredibly poor but incredibly rich where it counts, - in its spirit and in its people. Burma is the most asian place I have been. It is the Asia you imagine when you think of Asia.



A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Oct 30, 2014

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... line-height: 14.4181814193726px;">The Mandalay streets are laid out in a grid system, and they numbers east to west (up to 49th street) and north to south (50th street and above). Our first hotel sits on 79th Street (hence it's name) and between 29th & 30th street so that puts it almost slap bang in the middle, just below the ancient citadel. And right opposite the railway station. We hear the bing bongs all night as trains are ...

Boat to Mandalay

A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Oct 28, 2014

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... say jetty though, they mean a muddy river bank. Luckily it hadn't been raining as it would have been really slippery and we would have been filthy.

The ferry could carry about 100 people or maybe a few more but today there were just 9 of us on it. Us plus a French couple, another English couple and an American and his 2 sons. We all practically had a deck to ourselves.

At 9 we were served ...

Inle lake, Mandalay to Kyaukme and back again...

A travel blog entry by emma.dow24 on Oct 22, 2014

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... floating villages with houses all set up with boats out the front. These houses were by far the most beautiful houses I'd seen since being in Burma, I'm not sure what the cost of land/water is to build your house on but these were also the biggest I'd seen. A street lined with electricity poles, restaurants, shops and houses, I loved it! My stop in Inle lake was short and sweet as I only stayed 1 night 2days same as Bagan which some would argue isn't enough time ...

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