Kyaik Hto Hotel

Address: Kyakhtiyo Hill square, Kyaikto, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kyakhtiyo Hill square, Kyaikto, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Kyaikto

Day 12 Inle Lake to Mount Kyaiktiyo

A travel blog entry by leewithall on Nov 27, 2014

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... backs, feel like I have done 10 rounds with Mike Tyson again. Failed to make it to the top for sunrise. Legend has it that the boulder maintains it's balance due to a precisely placed hair, formerly belonging to Buddha. Nicest hotel so far, trip notes incorrect, nothing basic about it. Time to do some Pilates to heal this battered ...

A Day trip to the Golden Rock

A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Nov 15, 2014

... last bus to Yangon was actually 3pm, as we had been informed it would be later. Feeling a little rushed ate and then got straight onto the Pickup. At the top the place was more of a Buddhist Amusement Park and after feeling rather victimised by the rather racist Foreigner charges, $6 in this case, we headed in. Just to put this into context, there were hundreds of locals walking in however ...

Golden Rock

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Oct 30, 2014

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... it meant an actual truck which fit 42 people in the back in 7 rows of 6... maybe 6 small Burmese buttocks and bodies but on our row there were 4 westerners and 2 poor Burmese who had to squeeze in beside us... hmm... it was an interesting 45 minutes up to the top. There were a number of stops, I think possibly to allow the truck to cool down, but also to allow people from the temples to come out and request money. We had a couple of nuns behind us who had a fist full of ...

The Golden Rock Impresses

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143 on Oct 28, 2014

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... guarantee a comment from the locals - not sure why we keep getting called 'beautiful' though.
In the complex Liz is drawn like a magnet to the fortune teller as we have been hearing how they are consulted over the choice of childrens' names and all sorts of other stuff. So I'm relieved of $25(!) and Liz is happy - he tells her some neutral stuff, takes some inky palm prints, announces her Myanmar name - Chit Chit Khain (translates to 'stronglove' apparently). Everyone is happy (except ...


A travel blog entry by rophetveld on Oct 27, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... a seat in the back of a truck for 2.500 kyat. The ride to the top was like a roller coaster ride. Going up and down again. Maybe this was even the best part of our visit to the rock! Once we arrived at the top, we had to pay 6.000 kyat foreigners fee. It turned out, this is really common in Myanmar (what if we would do this in the Netherlands? Discrimination for sure!). And there it ...