Hotel by the Red Canal, Mandalay
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Mandalay was a great city for antique shopping. It is as illegal to take Antiques out of Burma as it is to sell them. We found our favorite Antique shop on a back alley in Burmese Shri Lankan's garage. He had everything for British Swards to Hill Tribe Head dresses and 17th century monetary doors. Never mind how he got them. As I was searching …
First off today was Kuthodaw Pagoda which
claims to house the largest book of Buddhist scripture. A past ruler was
concerned that the Buddhist scriptures previously written on palm leaves would
be lost, so he had the scriptures engraved into stone tablets each of which are
housed in their own pogoda surrounding a larger …
Am Donnerstag sind wir dann mit einem Boot von Bagan nach Mandalay gefahren. Die Fahrt auf dem mächtigen Ayeyarwady Fluß über etwa 200 kilometer dauerte ganze 12 Stunden, von Sonnenaufgang bis Sonnenuntergang. Wir konnten das abwechlsungsreiche Leben am Fluß vom Deck des Bootes aus beobachten. Langeweile kam auf der interessanten Fahrt bei …
Mandalay was the last royal capital and was founded about the same time Macy's was opened in New York City - as in not that long ago. Until it became a crossroads for traffic from China, it was a quaint and dusty place. It's the second biggest city in the Country now, still quaint, and still a bit dusty. For such a large city it's a great place …
Took a 9.30am Yangon Airways flight from Yangon domestic terminal for Mandalay. It reminded me of Bangalore airport 10 years ago without the makeover. But the staff were really helpful and the coffee bar nor bad even though the prices, by local standards, were insane. 2000 Kyat/$2 for a coffee. We were concerned at the thought of flying Yangon …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel by the Red Canal, Mandalay
Very good hotel downtown, with a lot of traffic on the back side of the hotel. We unfortunately had a room on the far side of the building which is practically attached to another building. Looking out of the window we saw the walls of the next building less than half a meter away...the room was simply dark all day. Anyone going there should ask for garden view. The restaurant is ok, decent Indian food. Service is fine as well.
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