Nadi Myanmar Hotel

62nd Street between 36th & 37th Street, Mandalay, Myanmar | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mandalay

Feeling tall & Freeing birds in Mandalay

A travel blog entry by swedishvagabond


I have been in Burma for just about 48hrs, and I am in love. I am in love with it's beauty, its food and its people. I have traveled quite a bit and I can’t say that I have met more gentle people anywhere else in the world. Coming from the intense and crazy metropolitan city of Bangkok, it is a breath of fresh air to land in Mandalay in …

Myanmar's authentic

A travel blog entry by fernandokm


Myanmar's authentic includes: (i) men wearing longyi or saronglike wraparound skirts; (ii) people with a face make-up and sun-block powdered bark called thanakha and; (iii) people chewing betel nuts, known to revive when you are tired, and spiting it in the ground.


A travel blog entry by emilyschwartz

Hello again everyone! I know I just sent out my India update- but now it's time for my Myanmar update (we only had one day between ports so I've been busy busy!) Myanmar (formally Burma) is a great country. So full of lush greenery and great people. I really enjoyed my time here although most of it was spent traveling...I'll get to that later. I …

Motor bike market

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... was juggling two ladies. Good fun ! The village we stayed in had an English teacher for 10 days last year and apparently the only 3 phrases that stuck was "so nice to meet you", "the English are coming" & "hello my name is Justin". The English teacher was a guy named Justin from California! As you came to the village you heard multiple renditions of the there phrases from young and old alike. It was the greatest. We stayed in the chiefs house on the second floor on thin mats on ...

All of Mandalay!

A travel blog entry by mlhampton


... dry season so it seems really high and mostly crosses gardens, however apparently in the wet season the water is just below the floor planks! Only a few of the supportive poles have been replaced with concrete ones. Lily wanted us to get a boat on the lake as the sun set however they had all been booked in advance because it was Valentines day, so in the end Amanda and I walked around the bridge to get good photos of the sun setting and then when it was low enough we walked along ...


This 2 star hotel is located on 62nd Street between 36th & 37th Street, Mandalay.
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