Phyo Guest House

Address: Myin Ka Par Village, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Myin Ka Par Village, Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Bagan

Beautiful Bagan

A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Jun 22, 2015

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... spent all morning exploring and went to a beautiful vegetarian cafe for lunch.

Again we indulged in the great food but my favourite bit was the Myanmar juice. We asked for a beer and the waiter leant over us and quietly whispered that they don't sell it here as they don't have a licence but he could offer us "Myanmar juice" served in a black plastic bag. We were given cups and our black bags and enjoyed ...

Temples, Temples, and 'Spoons

A travel blog entry by griffalo on May 13, 2015

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... of temples within a five minute walk from our hotel (which we admittedly found by accident whilst looking for somewhere to eat), which we wandered around for a good hour before realising we'd walked ages away from our hotel and didn't really know where we were (don't worry, Nan, we were still only 15 minutes away, and we found our way back safely!)

We did hire E-bikes for a day from the hotel and headed over to Old Bagan (the city is split in to 2 ...


A travel blog entry by kit-tess on Apr 11, 2015

22 photos

... and the three ladies who welcomed
us also came on the stage and started dancing.

Bagan gets quite a build-up when planning any trip to Myanmar. It is THE go-to
place, the site that everyone must visit, the cover shot on the current Lonely
Planet edition, the place pictured on billboard posters at the capital city’s
airport, etc.

So going there after such a great Mrauk U experience, I felt the dread ...

Bagan, one of the finest sights in the world!

A travel blog entry by ulka on Feb 21, 2015

110 photos

... brothers for power and throne, wars, disputes, adultery.

However, if there was a peaceful time it was used for building homes for Buddha, especially during the period when kind Anawrahta (r.1044-1077) was a rule and tried to strengthen Theravada Buddhism. He actually was responsible for Bagan’s greatness and establishing the First Myanmar Empire. Theravada Buddhism was not a new belief by that time but there were also worshipers of ...

The mighty Ayeyarwady River!

A travel blog entry by ulka on Feb 20, 2015

31 photos

... something which is not to be missed.

Floating the peaceful river - passing by the bamboo huts villages; Buddhist temples and gold or white stupas; huge statues of Buddha; bamboo forests and rice fields; fishermen trying to get their dinner; beautiful women bathing in the river; children playing with animals in the water and waving to cameras; boatmen patiently sitting and waiting for a next customer to cross the river… The children look joyful and ...

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