Mann Myanmar Inn

27th Street, between 65th and 66th Street, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mandalay

Mandalay is OK...

A travel blog entry by jab13


... the big cities of Burma. They are generally interesting for a day or two but the surrounding (and usually stunning) countryside and towns are what has really made me love and appreciate this country. Anyway, we spent three days there (one because we failed at coming up with a plan) with one day exploring the surrounding towns of Inwa (we checked out pagodas and ruins by horse cart, which I am sure you have seen in ...

Motor bike market

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... were invited into a home for tea. It was possibly the best tea I've ever had. Fresh green tea from their farms. we had real with a woman, her daughter and a young man. The young man actually ended up trekking onward with us, which turned into an hour long charades game between him, Dan and myself. He was quite the character, he proudly wore the stickers we gave him, had one hand of pink nails and from what we could gather worked in the fields, ate in the village, lived in the pine ...

All of Mandalay!

A travel blog entry by mlhampton


... the home to 6000 monks and nuns, and a place where many more go to meditate and rest. We were dropped at the bottom of Sagaing Hill and walked up many stairs passing many stupas up to the top. The top pagoda was nice but nothing special, and the views were good. After Sagaing it was back to U Bein bridge for the sunset. This was really spectacular, and I got so many good photos. This bridge is the largest teak footbridge in the world and sits upon the shallow Taungthaman Lake. We ...

Flight to Heho

A travel blog entry by cleotup


... decorated with a bird carved from a carrot. Sat on our balcony relaxing with a coffee before pickup @ 3pm. Drove in to the town and explored the local market. Pa O & Palaung people. 33 different tribes in the Shan state each with different dialects & some with different languages. Bought some black powder ( acacia nut powder ) which is used for washing-lathers up when applied to wet skin so thought I'd ...

Barefoot Boy on Mandalay Hill

A travel blog entry by lmcfarland


... just below the top. There we removed our shoes, climbed to the temple on the peak, and walked all the way down barefooted. The entire path is treated as holy, so shoes and socks are not allowed. Vistas and Buddhas were plentiful. On the way down we stopped to eat fried noodles that the pathside vendor heaped onto our plates with her fingers. Once down, we wandered through the pages of the world's biggest book. (And no, J. ...


This hotel is located on 27th Street, between 65th and 66th Street, Mandalay.
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