MiCasa Hotel Apartments
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews MiCasa Hotel Apartments Yangon (Rangoon)
Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)
... I've had dim sum before in a very swanky restaurant in Shanghai - these weren't at that standard with their soggy bottoms and unidentified meat middle, but they were filling and free so, after I assured Jack they were edible, we gobbled them down. We headed out for a walk around to get our first daylight glimpse of the country and the Golden City. All along the street were food sellers selling a huge variation of foods - each place had miniature plastic tables and ...
... There were lots of homeless people living at the train station, including kids which was depressing. One thing we've really noticed about Myanmar is the number of homeless families living on the streets. We got on board the train and were the objects of many stares- a couple of locals with good English had a chat with us which was really nice. We passed lots of things we wouldn't have been able to see otherwise such as huge ...
... seem to do so).
We returned via Dhala port carpark, which was no less busy, to the Strand for a 30 min freshen up and then on to Scott's market (officially now Bogyoke market). This is a huge undercover market hall which is split into sections. The main centre Isle seems to now be reserved for goods likely to be of interest to the tourist whilst the further reaches are for the more local trade. Here you can buy anything Jade, Rubies by the bucketful, Teak carvings and ...
... evening at a homestay and slept on thin mattresses on the living room floor. It was one of the most authentic experiences we've had of village life in Asia and the delicious meal served before we bedded down one of the tastiest. After a good sleep we ate a massive, hearty breakfast before our bikes arrived on the back of a truck and we set off for the lake. Quite how I managed to break my chain fifty metres into the ride I'll never know (quite a feat even by my clumsy standards!) but ...
... two nice dogs and an amazing
mini football pitch which has flood lights so we play at night when it is not
so hot. Me, tess and bella put on a show in Bella’s room and I used the
microphone to announce the show and served drinks at half time.
Tess and I were first through immigration to the baggage
hall where we were welcomed to Myanmar by the national football team who were