Hotel KBZ FC

Address: No.157, Khwanyo Road, Pyidawthar Qr., Inle Lake, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.157, Khwanyo Road, Pyidawthar Qr., Inle Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Inle Lake

He Ho, He Ho it's off to Inle Lake we go

A travel blog entry by mknox on Nov 19, 2014

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... goodness the Europeans of a French Persuasion were not fast runners........... Still feeling barely alive with atleast 5 others in as bad or worse state we headed to the hotel at the north end of Inle Lake, in Nyaung Shwe village. En route we stopped at Paper and parasol making shop, and another monastery. 5 people stayed on the bus sprawled out sleeping, I took some quick photos and continued to rate the facilities. I was determined to drink a cup of cement and harden up. In fact ...

3 Day Hiking

A travel blog entry by beneches on Nov 18, 2014

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... one bottle rum and moved onto the next shop and few minutes further up the road. By this point we were all pretty hammered and various people disappearing, including myself when I felt bad we had woken up a family just so we could drink some rum!

Day 3
Dave woke in the middle of the night crying Hello, each time getting louder and louder. It was as if he hadn't got a clue where he was! Muppet. I gave him a head torch and asked what was ...

Longtail boating on Inle Lake

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Nov 15, 2014

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... monastery was lovely and a very peaceful place. I passed a large chunk of the time chatting to a monk who had heard of Norwich! It was because of football, but he was very pleased that he'd heard of it. The monastery was at the western side of the lake so we were able to see the famous floating gardens. These are where local farmers from the Intha people grow tomatoes, flowers, squash and other fruits and vegetables in long wooden trellises supported on floating mats ...

More markets & caves

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143 on Nov 10, 2014

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... of fascinating stuff and as usual enough sights to make you vegetarian. In the normal market Liz finds the sewing machine lady to sort her longyi (adding the band and a few tucks) a $ well spent. Various other things are acquired but we avoid the animal tooth headdress.
It is now a drive to Pindaya; this is not a long way but the road is one lane and twisty so it's a slow scenic journey through loads more subsistence agriculture. Hand harvesting and threshing is ...

Day 9 - Inle Lake

A travel blog entry by lindadleahy on Nov 09, 2014

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... has only existed in the last two years which is astonishing considering its fast size and the large number of vendors. We once again headed south to eat lunch at the Heritage home. This unique place is a heritage home moved from another area of Inle, it is a school to teach food & beverage service and hospitality, as well as a sanctuary for the Burmese Cat. As we sat back and were pampered by the students and their instructors, we watched as the Inle Lake world passed ...