How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Parkroyal Yangon
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Parkroyal Yangon Yangon (Rangoon)
Travel Blogs from Yangon (Rangoon)
... as we had done. Luckily we had woken up at 5 am which was really 5.30am.
Up to breakfast where we met up with Joyce and Jeff and Larry and then back to our respective cabins to pick up our goods and chattels for the day.
We got to the Cabaret Lounge a little after 6.30am and got our tour number – “2”. A little while later Joyce and Jeff came along and they got number “2” too …. So ...
... We ended up doing some training in the ICU and revamped a handoff and assessment tool for the nurses to use. We are constantly told by the directors, and today the head surgeon here in Myanmar, that we are doing a good job. In fact, today we got a "thank you." It's nice to feel appreciated. Our surgery patient came out of the OR at 4pm, and now we are going to hang out for awhile to see how things go. Plans for tonight are undecided - I kind of want to do ...
... even a wide sidewalk for most of my walk. Closer to the grid-streets I came across a bridge over the local transit station and got a good video of an arriving train.
Past the station was the main downtown. I spent about an hour walking up and down the streets westward from 29th to 18th street, the approximate area of Chinatown. The outward signs of Chinese culture were actually quite few, I almost wondered ...
... Myanmar's greatest meditation teacher. The center is for local and foreign meditators, nuns, monks and lay people (don’t have to be a Buddhist and/or have any previous meditation experience).
Prior registration is not necessary but I did and booked my place a week before. When you first get there you may have to have an interview with a teacher – in this case a student of Chanmyay Sayadaw. Chanmyay Sayadaw gives regular interviews ...
... arguing, discussing as well as praying and laughing - the CoE could do with making a visit i would suggest if they want to get back in touch with their congregation! The other amazing thing is the fantastic building we brits left behind a lot of which are now neglected but not beyond being saved and a lot of them are now being just that. Some are still in use like the post office which we went into - its the size of a football pitch and ...