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, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Nyaungshwe

    Biking around Bagan

    A travel blog entry by allynut on Jul 07, 2015

    ... bikes. The guys decided to hire E-bikes, electric bikes which you had to recharge by pedalling. It was raining, so we gave it a few moments to ease before setting off. We stopped at the first pagoda, and took off our shoes and explored inside. It was actually so beautiful, and much more impressive than I imagined it was going to be. Gold spires and lots of intricate detail inside. There was a small monk boy posing for photos, and the Japanese tourists were flying a drone. ...

    Long neck ladies and one legged fishermen

    A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... day.

    After a bit more exploring and a few more beers we decided to have an early night so that we were ready for our horse riding the next day. We were picked up at our hotel by a horse and cart who took us out to the stables. That horse was then unharnessed and the old boy was given to me! I took exception when I saw that Sarah had a beautiful horse and i'd been given the rough one! It didn't take long to ...

    Road to Mandalay

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... out the previous nights booze. We decided to have a rest day. I roused in the afternoon as there was a ruckus going on in the street. A huge musical procession of hundreds was passing through the town to honour some new Buddha icons for the temples. My favourite part was the comedy sized drums, so big they needed three or four guys to carry them. There wasn't a lot to do in the town so on our final day we went on a hike in the surrounding hills. Our guide Tanzin ...

    Trekking, tribes and lots of tea!

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


    ... through lots of tea plantations, forests and local villages, the scenery was beautiful! The food they cooked for us along the way was pretty decent, some meals were amazing - chapatis, lots of different curries and pancakes, and some meals were just average - I've never been a fan of plain noodle soup. We had so many stops along the way where we had green tea, I've had enough to last me months! Each night we stayed in a local village and ...

    Inle Lake and Farewell to Burma

    A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Mar 03, 2015

    94 photos

    ... perched on small plastic stools before a sticky table, huddled because of our differences from those around us and by the English language. Our group comprised one American, one Frenchman, one Pole and two Canadians (that would be us). They were youngish, we were oldish. United in the fellowship of the suffering, we enjoyed great conversation about travels which led to several rendezvous during our stay at Inle. A fun and amiable group as could be thrown together for a 5 hour ...