May Flower Hotel

No.425, Maha Aung Mye Township, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ocohen


sitting in an Adirondack chair on the deck of our bamboo and teak "room" (bedroom with a separate sunken bathtub, an outdoor shower, and a separate toilet room) -- all on stilts on Inle Lake (google our hotel for pictures -- it's the SHWE INN THA HOTEL, or sometimes SHWE INN THA FLOATING RESORT). The sun is setting over the mountains, and it is …


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... there are quite a few monks at the top, and they like to practice their English by speaking to tourists. We all speak to a few different people, and it’s a great insight into the background and mind-set of some of the locals – who, as usual, are incredibly friendly. The more time we spend in Myanmar, the more we like the place. We head back down and end up eating dinner at the same curry place as last night (and it’s just as ...

The road to Mandalay

A travel blog entry by nloon


... backed by some small mountains, just like home! Every now and then 2 oxen appear ploughing a furrow in the early morning hours. Then, as we approached the city of Mandalay, population 2 million, advertisements appear for the Galaxy S5 and HTC one, I always think its mad to see such differing "era zones" alongside one another.

Mandalay is a pretty crazy place but we really like it! It's super hot, even hotter than Bagan! We ...

Myanmar - Mandalay

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... from where you can get a wonderful view of the whole city. Besides the view the Su Taung Pyay Pagoda on top of the hill is an attraction by itself.

On the way back we had lunch in one of the many food stalls, which was really cheap (only MMK 500 for simple noodles). After filling up we were on our way down.

From the Mandalay Hill we kept biking through the city and our next stop were some temples. We started with Kuthodaw Paya which was really nice and ...


A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout


... free education here apart from that given by the monks . We went to a Buddhist " School" to watch them line up for their daily meal of rice and curry , they do not eat after 12 O ,Clock! Something of a spectical that has become a tourist attraction be it a slightly odd one one ? We drove around the large Taungthaman Lake which we would return to to see the sun set later. We crossed the Ayeyarwady Bridge over to Sagaing then climbed the hill to the Soon U Shin Paya Pagoda, fair old climb ...


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