Phyo Guest House

Myin Ka Par Village, Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bagan

The horrendous train journey that would never end

A travel blog entry by rubychu


... sleep, wake up refreshed and we're practically there. 18 hours will be fine... it was not.

The train pulls into the station and you couldn't tell the difference between the first class car (us) and the ordinary cl************** train looked and sounded like it was falling apart.

(About 20 hours into our journey, in my delirious state, I saw flecks of pastel green on my arm and couldn't ...

Myanmar - Bagan

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... MMK 8,000/USD 9).

Before we went to bed we were captured by a young coachman who insisted on taking us to one of the famous sunrise points. We were tempted for a while, especially because Gonzalo started to say that it was his only chance to see the sunrise (he believed he wouldn´t be able to get up at 4.30 on the following day), nevertheless, I felt too tired and refused to go and the rest of our team finally capitulated and agreed to accompany me to the ...

Bagan - the land of many excesses

A travel blog entry by thefantastic


... Indians.
After that was a much needed lunch and rest break from the 40degrees hot sun. Lunch was at golden Myanmar restaurant where it's the usual whole slew of Myanmar food (which Sean hates!).

430pm we continued

  • Manuha - built by a POW king who purposely made every Buddha very large yet in very thin spaces to show his oppression
  • Shwe guyi - could climb up to see surroundings - nice to see the whole old began ...

777 steps to the summit of Mount Popa

A travel blog entry by tobirgits


... candy and really liked it so we bought a few souvenirs.

Once we reached Mt Popa we couldn't get to entrance as there was a big traffic jam. We then decided to walk to the entrance and start climbing the 777 steps to the top. Unfortunately Doris wasn't feeling well so she waited for us about half way up. Suzu and I continued climbing the steps to the top and had a great view from Mt. Popa.

Many legends are ...

Our next stop is Bagan

A travel blog entry by tobirgits


... Then we went to the local market where we bought our hats. We both love the hats they are very light, fold easily and protect well from the sun.

From there we went to the Gru byauk Gyi temple. It was built in A. D. 1113 by Prince Yaza Kumaya. Lines 30 to 32 of the Pali inscription of Mya Zedi stone pillar tell us that Yaza Kumaya was the Prince as well as Amat Kyi (High Official) and that he built a cave pagoda with a gold finial ...


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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