Grand Meeyahta

Address: 372 Bogyoke Aung San Road, Pabedan Township, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 372 Bogyoke Aung San Road, Pabedan Township, Yangon (Rangoon), is near Shwedagon Pagoda and Bogyoke Market.
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Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)

Yangon YAAAAYYY …. Looking for Burmese cats

A travel blog entry by dougo on Apr 07, 2015

116 photos

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Apparently the children spend only three nights / days in the Monastery and the remainder of the time is spent with their parents. Indeed we saw many young children in monks clothes at the Shwe Dagon Pagoda.




Clearly i-phones are not forbidden either as we saw a monk with one in hand checking on something or other !!




Another thing we saw was an elaborate “box” which was more or less like a ...

Meditator's Burma...

A travel blog entry by bevanow on Mar 12, 2015

1 comment, 20 photos

... to be just standing there watching what the others are doing!!) could see these very hard workers - out there in 103' sun - and know how good they have it!! This was the 'piece de resistance ' ...this centre where the Vipassana lineage that reached me - really had a foothold. The Dhamma Hall, Sacred room, teacher's meditation cell were all the original structures that were used by the chain of teachers that led to my first course. I got to sit and meditate for ...

Paved roads no longer exist

A travel blog entry by skyenicolel on Feb 24, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... outside of the city center were also very narrow. They really should have only been one way roads but they were two way with motorbikes zipping by on the outside. I found it interesting how even though they drive on the right side of the road, about half of the vehicles have the steering wheel on the right side. At this point, I didn’t notice the quality of the roads that much because I was talking with a husband and wife who I thought were lifelong learners, but they ...

Inle Lake

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Feb 16, 2015

1 comment, 56 photos

... the lake at festival time each year loaded with Buddha statues and monks. Again, our guide spent some time explaining the festival to us and how this relates to Buddhism. We learned that all boys are required/strongly encouraged to spend some time in a monastery while they are young. This could be a weekend, several weeks, or months or even a year. By doing so, the youth learn about their religion and families hope that at least one son will decide to stay and ...

Yangon, a former capital

A travel blog entry by ulka on Feb 13, 2015

86 photos

... Burman but also of Karen, Intha, Hmong-Mien, Mon-Khmer, Shan, Rakhine, Mon, Kachin, Chin etc…

My next question was ‘How can I get to know them all with 28 days tourist visa?!’ Well, that was a rhetorical question. So I did what I usually do when I go to a new country – read about their history as that is what shapes the present and gives me some insights into people’s life. There were different dynasties that ruled ...