Nanda Wunn Hotel

Address: No.80 Yone Gyi Road, Nanda Wunn Quarter, Nyaungshwe, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.80 Yone Gyi Road, Nanda Wunn Quarter, Nyaungshwe, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Nyaungshwe

    Biking around Bagan

    A travel blog entry by allynut on Jul 07, 2015

    ... the pagoda was well worth a climb, so we all cycled their together. We had to remove our shoes again, bad day to wear trainers and socks, and we began the climb to the top. It was a very long way up and Casper was scared of heights. However, there was a man at the top who stole his thunder, as he was petrified. The view was insane, and we sat for a while to take it in. We then decided to ride to the river for a drink. Upon arriving to the river, the storm clouds rolled ...

    Trekking, tribes and lots of tea!

    A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky. on May 31, 2015


    ... would let us stay in their home for the night. The families we stayed with were so welcoming, one night we were all sat playing cards and the Grandad came and sat with us, drinking beer and laughing along (even though he didn't speak a word of English.) It was so nice to get a real feel for local life, we lived as they did - 'showering' with a bucket of water thrown over you and sleeping on a rattan mat on the floor. (I have never appreciated ...

    A really great day

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 16, 2015

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    ... cleaning clothes, drinking and even ablution. It also provides nearly all their food. The whole area is surrounded by floating gardens growing tomatoes and other vegetables. The produce is all tended and cropped by boat. The system must beat modern hydroponic methods by a few centuries.

    We finished with a blast back with stops for pictures of the one legged fishermen, which are not just a tourist attraction as yet, since they still catch fish, but the tourist dollar is ...

    Buddhas, Buddhas and more Buddhas

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 23, 2015

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    First up we visit the Golden Cave Temple. There a lot of steps but this time there is a
    lift so we take the easy way. The cave was discovered in the 1700's and is said to have been used as shelter for the army, even the elephants. There is around 8000 Buddhas in here of every size and material. The marble ones with the gold on them are especially nice and are different to others we’ve seen. There is even an ...

    Burmese cats of course if we're in Burma

    A travel blog entry by jennyreynolds on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... organisation for Burmese cats. On the ride back we saw the floating gardens on the lake. Local people make bamboo rafts and put soil and seaweed on them. These platforms are then used to grow vegetables and rice and the gardeners use their boats to maintain the plots. In the evening we had a Shan banquet but it was more of a set menu in a local restaurant. Not as good as the lunch we had in the village but nothing could beat the papaya of that ...