Myanmar Panda Hotel

Address: No. 205, Corner Of Wadan Street & Min Ye Kyaw Swa Road, Lanmadaw Township, Yangon (Rangoon), 11131, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No. 205, Corner Of Wadan Street & Min Ye Kyaw Swa Road, Lanmadaw Township, Yangon (Rangoon), is near Shwedagon Pagoda and Bogyoke Market.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMyanmar Panda Hotel Yangon (Rangoon)

    Reviewed by dmarek

    Out-of-the-Way but Satisfactory

    Reviewed Apr 6, 2014
    by (39 reviews) Schenectady New York , United States Flag of United States

    My impressions have dimmed over the last few months home, but I remember the Panda Hotel as being adequate. The location was out of the way but at least it was close to the National Museum and some good restaurants and a supermarket. The room was fine and the breakfast buffet had lots of choices - it was better to order your eggs if you wanted any, otherwise you end up with cold eggs. Staff were courteous and helped me when I needed to extend my stay.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Myanmar Panda Hotel Yangon (Rangoon)

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)

    Trying to Cram Everything In - Yangon

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 06, 2014

    121 photos

    Last night I had a bit of trouble sleeping - what could it have been? But I finally did get to sleep and was up around 7 am and ready to go a bit past 8 am.

    I waffled about what I would do first - the park or the train ride - thinking that the train ride might be better in the heat of the day, but ended up taking a taxi for 3000 khat …

    The Jewel of Myanmar - Shwedagon Pagoda

    A travel blog entry by indianajill on Mar 23, 2015

    2 comments, 44 photos

    ... diamonds, rubies and sapphires and the topmost point, crowning the tip of the spire is a 76 carat diamond. The Shwedagon Pagoda is the most sacred Buddhist site in Myanmar, as it is believed to contain relics of the four previous Buddhas. The base of the stupa is made of bricks covered with gold plates. Above the base are terraces that only monks can access. Next is the bell-shaped part of the stupa. Above that is the turban, then the inverted alms bowl, inverted ...

    Inle Wrap-up

    A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Mar 13, 2015

    113 photos

    ... of bricks with a few pieces of plaster here and there. The guide showed us the one for his family that he had just recently renovated for USD$2000 (much if it collected from donations). The guide took us through his village, stopping along the way to talk to people. He said there are about 5000 inhabitants and he essentially knows all of them. A town council makes decisions, like the one to lay a sidewalk throughout much of the village to alleviate problems during ...

    The golden Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon - Wow!

    A travel blog entry by carolmartin on Mar 09, 2015

    24 photos

    ... skillful. You can view the quick video below to get an idea.

    So we are on the plane back to Yangon. Once back in Yangon, we have a bit of morning site-seeing to do before heading back to the ship. Our morning stop is the awe-inspiring golden Shwedagon Pagoda, with its 99-meter high stupa that is covered in genuine gold plates, donated by ordinary Myanmar people from all over the country. According to some, it is 2,600 years ...

    Inle Lake

    A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Feb 16, 2015

    1 comment, 56 photos

    ... of silk with some lotus thread entwined and these were more reasonable. The rest of the clothing was very inexpensive and quite nice.

    From there we went to a Silver factory. Here the owner brings in ore from a mountain 200 miles away, processes it, and then designs and make silver jewelry. Again this was a family business, and the head of the family proudly guided us through all the steps of manufacturing, where again we saw the very young and very old ...