Mann Myanmar Inn

Address: 27th Street, between 65th and 66th Street, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 27th Street, between 65th and 66th Street, Mandalay.
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      Travel Blogs from Mandalay

      Mingalaba (Hello) Myanmar (Burma) - Mandalay

      A travel blog entry by sarahjo1 on Mar 22, 2015

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... to watch the daily breakfast routine of the monks as they line up at 10.15. It was interesting to watch, the order in which they entered the hall, the dishes they carried and the offerings people on the side walks were handing to them, money, candy, snacks, it was very peaceful to watch this daily routine. I was kind of ashamed to be a tourist that day just watching all the people around me shoving cameras around and taking selfies in front of ...

      Train of Death

      A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Mar 16, 2015

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... by invading the British colony of India not a smart idea. It was only after Japan invaded Burma in World War II 1942 recapture by British in 1945 did Burma become independent a couple years after World War II in January 4, 1948. A good book on this time is called Burmese Days by George Orwell (Eric Blair British captain)

      The Land of the Buddhist

      A travel blog entry by dougsgoodlife on Mar 09, 2015

      24 photos

      ... me into Myanmar. I knew I was in third world country instantly as the power went out at the airport twice in the span of 10 minutes gotta love that.

      The city of Mandalay itself is pretty unremarkable beside lots of pagodas’ and monks it's a typical Asian big city dirty, concrete structure with really nice people. The real treats are out the outskirts of the city or visiting a monastery.


      Dag 24 - van Mandalay naar Bagan

      A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 24, 2015

      1 comment, 37 photos

      ... rude health and quickly made our way to the famous U Bein Bridge, the longest teak bridge in the world where we can report that the trinket selling industry is equally robust. Fresh from haggling and bartering we resumed the now familiar task of dodging Buddhist monks and nuns as we headed out to the freeway for the first part of the journey to Bagan.

      The ...

      The Road to Mandalay!

      A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 20, 2015

      ... footbridge across Taungthaman Lake. At 1.2 kms it's the longest teak bridge in the world. No rails on the sides and some of the floor needs replacing but thousands of people use it each day. We watched the fisherman and then relaxed with a drink on an island halfway across and waited for the sunset. It's a popular place with lots of others watching from the bridge or from boats. We drove to our hotel (The Rich Queen)l and somehow we got ...