Kaytumadi Dynasty Hotel

Address: Myat Lay Road, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Myat Lay Road, Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Bagan

      Buddhist Temples Galore

      A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Mar 19, 2015

      63 photos

      ... zone, had suffered from many earthquakes over the ages, with over 400 recorded earthquakes between 1904 and 1975 damaged many temples today, 2229 temples and pagodas remain.




      To see a number of the temples I rented what they call a ...

      Bagan

      A travel blog entry by erin_marie on Mar 15, 2015

      3 photos

      ... more pagodas (again). Pagoda'd out, we took a ride up to Mount Popa, which sounded a whole lot different than what it was...but at least on the way we stopped to find some palm moonshine & eat Palm sugar treats ( candy!!). With a few hours to kill we got back on the bikes so mike could chase down one of the stalls that had "his mask" (more masks for the wall). Next was our $10 night bus to ...

      Bagan

      A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Mar 10, 2015

      158 photos

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      Bare feet are required in all Buddhist temples in Myanmar. One of them we were able to climb. At the bottom were some touts selling sand paintings. I bought one for my office back at work for more money than I should have. We had lunch at the Moon Vegetarian restaurant in Old Bagan.

      It's worth nothing that our guide was the best of the entire trip. He's been a guide for 10 years ...

      The temples of Bagan - highpoint of our trip

      A travel blog entry by carolmartin on Mar 08, 2015

      20 photos

      ... also has four 13ft bronze standing Buddhist statues, cast in 1102 and they are Bagan’s largest surviving bronze Buddhas.

      As if this weren’t enough and we weren’t exhausted already, we now pile off the bus and climb aboard (2 people each plus the driver) rough horse cart for a meandering trip down rutted and very dusty dirt tracks in, around and through the pagodas. Very bumpy (Carol was in the back, sitting ...

      Magical and Peaceful Bagan

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Feb 28, 2015

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... confused to find we were in a left hand side car being driven on the right hand side of the road, apparently it's common place in Myanmar! The first thing that struck me about the country was how friendly the taxi driver was. He gave us loads of advice about how much things should cost, places to go, and was generally one of the happiest, nicest people I've met. By the time we checked in to our hostel is was about 10pm and the boys wanted to get some food. We had also got chatting to ...