Manaw Thu Kha Hotel

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

    Road to Mandalay

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... two of us to a monastery cave and then through the teak plantations and crop fields surrounding the town. We stopped for lunch in a hill tribe village, where I committed an embarrassing cultural faux pas of sitting on a cushion I was given to rest my head on. Ross and I weirdly had to eat in a separate room from Tanzin and the villagers, perhaps as punishment for the bum-on-cushion incident. That night we caught a night bus and woke up in Mandalay at the ...

    A Day on the Lake

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 24, 2015

    63 photos

    ... sweet pineapple.

    Also visited a silver jewellery factory. The silver is smelted from rock and then made into jewellery.

    Back on the boat and we travelled to another village. Lots of old stupas that have not been restored. Walked through a lot of market stalls to visit the Phaung aw Oo Paya Pagoda where there are five small Buddha images. They have had so much gold leaf put on them by worshippers that you ...

    The Governor of Shan State Meets Stephen

    A travel blog entry by jennyreynolds on Feb 15, 2015

    4 photos

    Leaving Kalaw we travelled South East towards Inle lake, our destination. First stop was a visit to Pindaya caves which are natural limestone caves where of course they have been populated with Buddha images. The site is thought to be prehistoric with evidence of tool making. They are also subject of a story about Royal Princesses being entrapped in the caves by a big spider making a web over the entrance. They were ...

    On Inle Lake

    A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Jan 27, 2015

    37 photos

    ... with your foot and pass to your buddies hopefully never touching the ball to the ground.

    (Chinlone is an indigenous sport that utilises a rattan ball and is played using mainly the feet and the knees, but the head and also the arms may be used except the hands.)

    When better you can use a net. So Dev, Mr. Han and myself started to bobble the ball around. Mr. Han was pretty good but before we knew it a bunch of local boat launch guys joined ...

    A day to explore

    A travel blog entry by sw19mike on Jan 20, 2015

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    Up about 7:30 and downstairs for breakfast. Interesting set-up. Multiple extension cables snaking all round the tables, inside and out, and a battered old electric toaster on each table. I guess they don't do the outside when it's raining! A long table, with two urns, one coffee, one tea. And as there are quite a few guests from Vietnam, pot noodles stacked high next to a third urn, of hot water. A tray of bananas, one of sliced bread, and another of ...