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Bagan - Land of 4000 temples

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish


... Even more amazing was the fact that I felt like I had the place to myself, well except the 100 or so local painters trying to sell you their works at each temple entrance. After several hours in the heat I decided to head back to my hostel for some lunch and to get out of the hot sun. Well not all plans pan out... Firstly, Iet an adorable girl who's English blew my mind. So I got sucked in to her showing me her village, which really ended up being a great part of my day ...

Bagan - Temples, Boat, Monkey Poo, and Beer

A travel blog entry by martinahowell


... a respect for its power and a great story to tell.

Monkey Poo - The next day was a break from temple hopping to Mount Popa, a sacred mountain approximately 50 km from Bagan. It is an active religious centre from the 12th century. We were warned about the climb and the monkeys who lived on the mountain. You feel every one of the 777 steps climbing to the top of the monastery. It was raining but the steps are covered so we were shielded ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... date back around 900 years, though some are almost 1000 years old.

The flight from Yangon gets in pretty much on time, and as we drop down we get our first view out over the temple-studded plain. We're soon through and onto the waiting bus to take us downtown. Our guesthouse is situated on the main road which separates the local town of Nyaung U from old Bagan further south. The place seems quite nice, and the rooms are big, but we’re ...

Ilne lake, Bagan and return to Yangon

A travel blog entry by tods


After exploring the southern part of Myanmar we hopped on a plane (a seriously small one) to Ilne lake. Ilne lake is one of the stops on the so called traditional "tourist circuit" in burma, and we noticed that fact quite quickly. Coming from the untouristy southern regions it was different to see a section of the country that was equipped to deal with western tastes. Having said that, we enjoyed having a chance to eat western food (hell we even visited ...

Beautiful Bagan

A travel blog entry by rubychu


... This was the first spot of the many tourists we would be seeing again in our Burmese journey.

There were the 12 roaring Dutch men clearly on a stag do, the 3 British girls who had just graduated from university and teaching in Malaysia, the uni-brow Israeli, the Koreans, Japanese and Chinese.

Words could not describe how breathtakingly beautiful this sunset ...


This hotel, located on Kha Yay Pin St., Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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