NK Betelnut Hotel

Address: Kha Yay Pin St., Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kha Yay Pin St., Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Bagan

        Ancient Bagan and the Irrawaddy Cruise

        A travel blog entry by graemea on Nov 10, 2015

        31 photos

        ... adorning hilltops, some with open steps and other with covered stairways, depending the richness of the village/s. At another called Kya Hnyat, we were able to visit a monestry and give alms to the monks, whose age ranges from 5 to really old. Some local boys are placed into the monasteries and the parents are off working in the forests – who knows when the boys will get to see their parents again.

        To date, as far as tourist boats are ...

        Mystifying Myanmar

        A travel blog entry by katherineanna on Oct 07, 2015

        ... more popular pagodas and try to sell you homemade postcards. When you tell people you are from America they say "America, Barack Obama, very nice, yeah!" though one girl said, "Oh, MICHELLE Obama!" and I was like, you go girl! The locals in Myanmar are very helpful and kind, from the taxi driver in Yangoon who quoted us a price then charged us half because ti was a short distance without us even asking him to, to the family across the street from the hostel ...

        Temples of Bagan

        A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Jun 02, 2015

        33 photos

        ... trip. We could feel the storm coming but continued on our merry way determined to see the last few temples. Another sand track traversed and we made it to Sulamani Pahto just as the locals were hastily packing up and driving off. We were right on the edge of the storm which made the temple all the more eerie. The wind was blowing through the dark corridors knocking over offerings. Once the rain started we decided to leave and within 1 ...

        Mr Zho and the 4000 stupas

        A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 12, 2015

        ... throughout the temple complex, until I became a casualty to a lacquerware selling lady, brandishing a tube carrier for the picture. Without writing down in detail, the next three hours of visiting historically interesting and culturally important stupas and temples, we visited:- the very old reclining Buddha, at Shwethar temple, stopped to take pictures of the outside of the Dhammayangyi unfinished pagoda, we looked at the original wall paintings at the Sulamani ...

        Bagan's Breathtaking Beauty

        A travel blog entry by ambulantali on May 08, 2015

        10 photos

        ... see was breathtaking and well worth the visit. We arrived to the bus station after about 11 hours, at 4 in the morning. The usual taxi hawkers were waiting around, so we made a deal to get to our hostel and jumped in. On entry to the city, there is a visitor tax that has to be paid, but then gives you access to all the temples in the area. We paid it on our way in, and were thereafter never asked for it. As soon as ...