Ngwe Moe Hotel Mawlamyine
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We made the afternoon journey to Mawlamyine in Mon State. We took advantage of the sunshine to wander the little town that is a time capsule of old colonial buildings. It is the former capital of British Burma. It really was a beautiful town with loads of friendly locals saying hello as we passed. We also visited St Patricks Cathedral to check out some of the gravestones ...
... house, at the third attempt, that we could check in to straight away. We went right to sleep and woke up around midday. Most people had advised us to rent bikes and just cycle around the town and lake so that's exactly what we did. It was great fun, we headed out along the road to the far side of the lake and were just surrounded by countryside. The area was a lot different to anywhere we had been in Myanmar so far and it was so beautiful. As we rode along we got to really take ...
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Our first full day in Burma began with a golden sunrise reflected in the River Salween as we left Mawlamyine for the long trip north to the new capital Nay Pyi Taw.
Swifts and or swallows, shrieked, wheeled and darted low over the water as the engines ...
During my stay in Mawlamyine, I decided to visit the Ogre ( Bilugyun ) Island just a 30 minutes boats ride away.
As all tours were already full, I just got on to a local boat with 3 other, again French people.
The boat was mainly used for transportation of goods so we were the only tourists on the boat and were allowed to sit next to the captains cabin.
After a ca 30-45 minutes boats ride we arrived at the island. We were directly greeted by ...
... s a Burma girl a-settin' And I know she thinks o' me" and by George Orwell's 1936 memoir Shooting an Elephant. The essay opens with "In Moulmein, in lower Burma, I was hated by large numbers of people - the only time in my life that I have been important enough for this to happen to me". Moulmein is the British name for Mawlamyine. As well as overlooking the sea, the hotel also overlooks Thanlwin Bridge, the longest road and rail bridge ...