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 sights...

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

... up and buy one. Now they are everywhere but so far definitely worse in the larger towns such as Mandalay. As motobikes are the main way of transport you see many various people riding them, sometimes all at once. It is not an uncommon sight to see an entire family complete with babe in arms being held by mum in one arm while she holds on gracefully with the other one. Another common sight is a group of teenagers all driving along together chatting and ...


A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Mar 11, 2015

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... out of the water and into their long-ji (trousers garment). On the bridge I helped a local family trying to take a picture with an Android phone. They had it in video record mode.

Some more driving and we are at Mahagandhayon Monastery, second largest in Myanmar. Around 1000 monks live and train there. We're there to see the final meal of the day at 11am. The monks all file in two lines to receive their meal from a local family that has been on ...

More temples

A travel blog entry by tanglt on Feb 24, 2015

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... former storeroom and appears to serve as a local health club as well. Following breakfast, it's a ride on the back of local truck to Mandalay hill, high point of the city. We took the escalator but probably would have been better if we climbed the 1000+ steps. The panoramic view of the city was more hazy than anything else, I think the problem is serious pollution. Then it's to Shwenendaw Kyaung which used to ...

Keeping Cool in Pyin Oo Lwin

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Feb 22, 2015

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If you read the missive 'Bashing and Bouncing to Bagan' you will have some understanding of the physics of travel on the Myanmar Railway, so I will let that description suffice for train travel in Burma. I should add, for the record, that while there was no blood shed whilst we were encapsulated in that decayed steel box on wheels, while trying to extract myself from the top bunk in the dead of night, I was seized by a complexity of ...

Mad, Mad Mandalay

A travel blog entry by kimontheroad on Feb 21, 2015

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... boat. Between the neverending chorus of snorers, continually shifting from side to side not being able to get comfortable and a contending with a rather cool breeze that came up after midnight, I got maybe five minutes of sleep. I don't know why I do things like this to myself. Noreen (one of the snorers), in contrast, is asleep the minute her head hits the pillow, though even the night on the boat she slept less than usual.

The food on board was abundant ...

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