May Flower Hotel

Address: No.425, Maha Aung Mye Township, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.425, Maha Aung Mye Township, Mandalay.
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Travel Blogs from Mandalay

Myanmar: Mandalay

A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Jun 28, 2015

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The road to Mandalay was incredibly noisy (our driver had a passion for beeping that we thought we had left in India) and screeched its way along for six hours, stopped every few minutes to try and persuade a local to fill a spare seat. I don't think Kipling had modern coach travel in mind when he imagined Mandalay. We arrived in Mandalay at the bus station a little way out of town, so after an attempt to walk in we hailed a cab and made it to our final Myanmar destination. We had ...

Emergency change of plans

A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 09, 2015

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... and general hawkers found wherever tourists congregate.

We left our guide and driver to have a coffee and a fag, whilst we walked the 1.5 Kms across the bridge. There were quite a few european tourists but we were heavily outnumbered by Asian and local tourists. Everybody had the same idea of strolling the length of the 3 metre wide bridge whilst taking pictures of the beautiful views to either side, and returning in the final rays of the sun. The bridge is built in a ...

Mingalaba (Hello) Myanmar (Burma) - Mandalay

A travel blog entry by sarahjo1 on Mar 22, 2015

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... monks would come out to chat to tourists, to help improve their English speaking skills. If you don't like germs or getting dirty, Myanmar is not the place for you as you must remove shoes and socks to enter every temple, so scrubbing your feet every night was a must, and a major pedicure will be required at the end of this trip!


Sights are sprawled across the city so you need to either rent a push bike or jump a taxi. Lots of ...

The Burmese People...

A travel blog entry by natasha.strong on Mar 16, 2015

... so not to disturb your dorm mates, they'll bring you a free bottle of water (even though they're selling them ) and an extra roll of loo roll. Then proceed to tell you which room they're sleeping in if you need their help in the night. Camping out in their cafe for 4 hours to hide from the heat... free fresh oranges as you arrive, free drink because you didn't like the one you ordered and then won't take money for the water you bought instead. And all this in 3 days... ...

The end of phase 1

A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Jan 12, 2015

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... 7 they brought out a toaster, a loaf of bread, and butter and jam. And the bread in Myanmar, since it’s not exactly a traditional Burmese food, barely qualifies as bread. Everyone was so hungry at that point, there was a long line as, two-by-two, “toast” was popped out of the toaster and handed out. When I asked the guy who was making the toast if that was all there was, he sort of looked at me sheepishly, as if he knew how messed up it was (especially given ...

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