Hotel by the Red Canal, Mandalay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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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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Journey to Hotel by the Red Canal. The flight was only half an hour, the stewardess loved my jacket ! Well done Primark. Complete change of landscape very flat and Mandalay is nearly as big as Yangon but nearly the slow pace of Bagan. But there are lots of scooters because price reduced from €10000 to €300 but now 3 people a day …
We flew from Bagan to Mandekay, just a short hop, and stayed at a lovely boutique hotel in the city called the Red Canal. Small but perfectly formed. We loved the city, so much to do and see.
There were far too many things to do and places to see so we focused on a few, and I will mention three highlights. On our first evening, we went to …
It was a long but very interesting . Our first stop was at a gold leaf making factory. Very small and very primitive but very productive. Difficult to explain. The first stage is to hammer the nugget and then it goes through several processes before it is ready to work into plates,jewelry etc. The hammering is done by men leaning over with large, …
... entourage met in the lobby at 9 AM. We quickly boarded the luxury coach, equipped with a mini cooler in the front and a seating area with coffee table in the back! Rambling through the streets of modern Mandalay was an eye-opening experience. The scooters and motorcycles are like a million army ants crawling and scrambling around the town. Most have two, if not more passengers! These vehicles dart in between the big trucks and cars with barely a glance to the side. It ...