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

Myanmar: Mandalay

A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Jun 28, 2015

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... for Mandalay as we had such a lovely time in Yangon, but the cities are really different. Mandalay feels more worn down and edgy, with fewer pretty sights or relaxed locals. We roamed around in the first afternoon getting our bearings, and after struggling to find any restaurants at all for dinner managed to find a locals pub and had extremely cheap and very delicious pork and noodles for tea. The boy who served us was helpful and sweet, and we were reminded that although ...

Emergency change of plans

A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 09, 2015

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... with 12" diameter Teak pillars supporting the 10 metre high teak planked walkway. The pillars were left over after an 18th century King's 114 wooden buildings were moved from this area to his new capital. A local man was fed up of walking a long way round or taking a boat across the river, so purchased the pillars and made the bridge complete with four rest huts along its length.

It was a lovely walk, seeing all the local boys and girls in groups promenading along the ...

Mingalaba (Hello) Myanmar (Burma) - Mandalay

A travel blog entry by sarahjo1 on Mar 22, 2015

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... taxis are available and relatively cheap. The cabbie that took me to Mandalay Hill spoke pretty good English so I arranged a tour with him the next day to see the major sights outside of the city, $35 for a full day. Also, walking around the city at night is interesting as there are no street lights, which is odd considering it is the 2nd main city in the country!

First stop Mahamuni temple. This has to be my favourite temple of the day. It ...

Myanmar sights...

A travel blog entry by natasha.strong on Mar 14, 2015

The most frequent sight in Myanmar is the trusty moterbike/moped. As public transport here is still very basic everyone needs one to get from A to B. Whilst in Mandalay we had a driver for the day. He was quite happy to tell us how all the bikes in Myanmar used to come from Japan as they were well made. Unfortunately they were also quite pricey, so in the last few years people were importing bikes from China instead as they are cheaper. This meant everyone ...

The end of phase 1

A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Jan 12, 2015

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... that there was no other food available on the boat, for sale or otherwise), and simply replied: “Yes. Only toast.” Nonetheless, it was a relaxing boat ride up the Ayeyerwaddy, and lunch was actually a pretty decent fried rice with egg and peanuts and we met a few travelers on the way.

Luckily, soon after we returned to the school, winter break was beginning. I still taught the environmental issues and Political Ecology classes as my students were ...

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