Pacific Hotel Mandalay

Corner of 30&78th St., Chan Aya Tha Zan T/S, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corner of 30&78th St., Chan Aya Tha Zan T/S, Mandalay.
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    Mandalay, last day

    A travel blog entry by jasonpearson on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... it. It was getting dark and we were half way home so we started to make our way home, we were all flogged. Got home in good time, came up to the room, sorted the kit and jumped in the shower, awesome shower for Myanmar. Enjoyed that, got out and ordered a couple of coffees, dished up the medication and jumped on the bed to mince, coffee came, washed the medication down and am now nearly done on the travel Pod. PL&H Celebrity Monk is ...

    Mandalay and surroundings

    A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... who then took us to the highlight of the day: the longest teak bridge in the world (1.2km) that overlooks Taungthaman lake. Many tourists come to see it; it is a pleasant walk and home to lots of vendors that are trying their best to sell us something (bracelets and necklaces seem to be popular). The conversation normally goes something like this:

    “Hello mrs, what is your name?” I tell her my name.

    “Oh beautiful name, where are you coming ...

    Monks, Buddhas, and a bridge

    A travel blog entry by erucci on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... monk about being a monk in Myanmar - not your everyday experience!
    Mandalay provided a fascinating introduction to Myanmar. While the city is not the most impressive we visited (or even close) the cultural experiences and a few of the sites (mostly Maha Muni and U Bein Bridge) were fascinating and unique. We didn't need any more than the half day we had to see the city, although we heard there are decent day trips if you have enough ...

    Hanging Downtown with the Monks

    A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... than to talk about it with you. They also love to talk to Westerners to learn about the outside world and practice their English. The standard is exceptional given the lack of visitors and external contact. I'd put it easily above Cambodia for this. The other noticeable thing in Myanmar is that the streets are all covered in red stains!! I had no idea why, until I stumbled upon my first street stand (they are EVERYWHERE!) If you look closely at the ...


    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... workshop things become even more impressive – the quantity, quality and variety of the carvings is huge and amazing to see, particularly the really large and complex carvings. The stuff is tempting, but ultimately too heavy for us, so we limit ourselves to buying a marionette for a few dollars (Mandalay is famous for its puppetry). Our final stop is a few kilometres away – Shwe In Bin Kyaung, a teak monastery. Wooden temples and stupas have ...

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