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Overnight in Paradise Resort and Dinner with cultural Show
Apart from a final night back in Yangon before heading back to Bangkok, Inle Lake is the last of what is known as the tourists "Big Four" (Yangon - Mandalay - Bagan - Inle Lake) . I have come here for 2 days to relax and unwind by the lake. Most tourists to Myanmar rave about their time spent at Inle Lake, I however would rate it behind the rest, …
... one pagoda. It’s a busy little place, though the Buddha images themselves are unimpressive, looking more like podgy gold blobs due to all the gold leaf that has been pressed onto them over the years! (Ladies are not allowed up to this one either!) We wander round the area, spying a couple of ‘duck head’ longboats docked nearby, but they’re inaccessible for better viewing. There’s also a busy little market here which we wander round ...
... we only arranged when we got there around 6am! We had heard of other hotels that will charge you to do this but not the Remember Inn. It probably would not be possible during high season either but this is low season here now. Yes, Myanmar does have fairly defined tourist seasons already.
We spent a great day out on the lake seeing the floating gardens and stilt villages along with visiting some local markets (not tourist markets), ...
... It was fine to check it out but if I compare it to Mandalay´s Railway Market I would definitely prefer Mandalay’s because it was much more local market and they were selling a few different things that we hadn’t seen anywhere else.
We stayed at the market for roughly 2 hours just walking around and checking out different products. When we were tired of it we moved on from the Nampan Market to a clothes manufactory, but this factory had a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParadise Hotel Nyaungshwe
We stayed in Paradise 1 night. We happy with welcome music ,dinner with cultural show
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