Mandalay City Hotel
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Nu √ntligen framme efter 22 timmars flyg. Otroligt gott med bad o god mat
Another leisurely start to the day with departure from the hotel at 9am. We travelled by bus down to the Irrawaddy River for a trip from Mandalay to Mingun. Most pleasant and relaxing with small villages dotted along the way and boats carrying large logs of teak timber. At Mingun we visited the Mingun Bell which weighs more than 87 tons and is more …
Wifi is working here in Mandalay from one corner of the hotel foyer. So it is a race to get a seat! This morning our first stop was at a gold leaf making factory/shop. There is a big market for the product here given all the 'gold' pagodas. Fascinating process involving many hours of hard work by a few young men. No need for them to go to the gym …
Early morning flight to Mandalay. Two internal flights down two to go. Picked up by new local guide and headed straight to the ancient capital Ava. Capital of Burma from 14th to 18th century. We witnessed another 'ceremony' with children dressed up beautifully. Ava is now a sleepy rural area, cut off from busy roads by streams and canals. We …
... moved to Mandalay, where it formed the northern section of the Hmannan (Glass Palace) and part of the king's royal apartments. The building was heavily gilt with gold and adorned with glass mosaic work. The monastery is known for its teak carvings of Buddhist myths, which adorn its walls and roofs. The monastery is built in the traditional Burmese architectural style. Shwenandaw Monastery is the single ...
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