Hotel Amazing Nyaung Shwe

Address: Yone Gyi Street, Nyaungshwe, Myanmar | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Yone Gyi Street, Nyaungshwe, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Amazing Nyaung Shwe Nyaungshwe

          Reviewed by dougieo

          Great Location but needs updating for money charged.

          Reviewed Feb 5, 2016
          by (23 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Great location in the center of town. Considered one of the higher end hotels but not worth the extra money in my opinion. Rooms good but needs updating. Shower sucks.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by chulamani


          Reviewed Nov 22, 2011
          by (5 reviews) Pathuthani , Thailand Flag of Thailand

          We stayed at Azazing Bagan Hotel. beautiful decorate ,delicious food, good service ,wi-fi Internet .

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Amazing Nyaung Shwe Nyaungshwe

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Nyaungshwe

          Inle Lake

          A travel blog entry by allynut on Jul 09, 2015

          ... or so, it was done. We could now breathe easy. We were all feeling pretty tired so went back to shower and chill. On route back we booked our bus to Mandalay, and our boat trip for the next morning. After a while at the hotel we got bored so ventured out to find pancake Kingdom. It felt like a whole day of eating. The pancakes were delightful, and we had a coffee. We then went to bed as we were up early for our boat ...

          Long neck ladies and one legged fishermen

          A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Jun 27, 2015

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          ... through the little market, watching the monks choosing flip flops and dvd's, out into a road with a couple of cafes on them. We picked a cafe with chairs next to the road so we could people watch. The owner of the cafe and the staff were just so friendly, couldn't do more to help. We were given salted soy beans (like having peanuts) with our ginger and lemon teas and beers. After stuffing ourselves full on a gorgeous lunch ...

          Road to Mandalay

          A travel blog entry by maxandross on Jun 16, 2015

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          ... hour of 4am. We slept most of the morning then went for a wander - first/last impressions are, it's no Yangon. It's a big hot city that lacks any real charm and is a pedestrian's nightmare. A walk of only a few blocks involved quite a few dodgy games of chicken with the traffic. The high point (literally and figuratively) was a walk up Mandalay Hill on the edge of the city for sunset. There are 1700 steps up, and from around the 50th we were accompanied by two ...

          Trekking, tribes and lots of tea!

          A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky. on May 31, 2015


          ... through the different options available, and we settled on a 3 day, 2 night trek; the longest one they do. For accommodation, food, a guide and a boat trip once we got to Inle Lake it set us back $10 a day - bargain! It was an early start the next morning as we began our trek at 8am. We had 2 young Burmese ladies as our guides and along with them and the rest of our group (3 French guys and a Norwegian couple) we were ready for off! The trek ...

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          A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Mar 12, 2015

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          ... afraid of driving the car thinking it would crawl out of the pedals and bite them.

          On the way back we stopped at a local agricultural village and saw people cutting taffy, roasting peanuts, and various other things. Saw the biggest bushel of peanuts I'd ever seen. After driving around a bit more we went back to Jetty-town and switched to a motorboat. All of the boats are effectively the same: about 30 feet long and with a standard ...