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

    Yangon & flight to Heho

    A travel blog entry by petelawson on Aug 05, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    6am start to get to the Sheedagon Paya. 2600 years old,containing 6 hairs from the last Buddah and covered in 18 tons of gold leaf every 5 years. As amazing as it sounds. We then had a walk through the back streets of Yangon, past the Sule Paya and then to see the reclining Buddah and Aung San Suu Kyis house before lunch. Haymar our guide is brilliant- happy to chat and discuss everything ...

    Myanmar: Kalaw to Inle Lake

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Jun 21, 2015

    30 photos

    ... cost of her bracelets. We went to a cigar shop and watched the women make the tobacco free cigars that the locals all smoke, with ingredients like banana leaf and honey. There was a monastery on the water which we stopped at, before finally making it to land. Our little group stumbled to our various hotels, then met again for a final dinner. Happy, exhausted and blistered, we collapsed into our beds with mattresses(!) full of happy memories from the few days we had in rural Myanmar. GB ...

    Kakku with Phoo

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 18, 2015

    ... when our guide informed us we couldn't eat there because they had no meat nor vegetables. This struck us as odd, but followed our "trusty" guide for a walk through the Pa-oh market outside the temple gates to his chosen street-food cafe. Why he chose this one, out of the row of 10, I don't know, but he seem to know the lady owner quite well.

    The Pa-oh ladies at the market seemed to be teasing Phoo about someone so young wearing the ...

    Examples of changing Myanmar

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 17, 2015

    ... of the more courageous asked in their very few words of English, "money".

    A quick blat back down the Red Canal for us to stop at a stilt village to see neck ring wearing weavers from the Padaung Tribe. As we approached the steps leading up from the pontoon, the two young ladies were obviously called out from a back room to sit at their hand looms and perform. The Padaung (Kayan Lahwi) tribe don't come from the Inle Lake area but originally from near the ...

    Inland to Inle

    A travel blog entry by ambulantali on May 13, 2015

    27 photos

    ... monks. I had no problem with this as it's the custom and would have done so anyway, what did annoy me was that there were other groups stopped at the same spot and some of the girls were wearing almost nothing at all, without any qualms about whether it was culturally appropriate. This turned out to be quite a common thing throughout my trip.

    After lunch we went for a dip in a nearby river. While there a cart pulled up with two ox pulling it. It was filled with tank after tank ...