Power Bagan Hotel

New Bagan, 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

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... of ?garbage ?body odour came out and we quickly had to shut it again.



Eventually the train started moving and I realised that the breeze only reached the other side of the compartment. Peach, Clara and I piled onto the bunk with the breeze and sat there experiencing the bumpy ride and the stickiness together. There were times when my bum would come off the seat from the bumpiness or when the ...

Myanmar - Bagan

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... to have lunch. There were a lot of restaurants on the main street leading from our hotel so we took our time before we decided where we wanted to satisfy our stomachs. We ended up in a place where other tourists were already sitting and enjoying their dishes, but we resolved to have dinner in a typical local restaurant.

After lunch we tried to walk a bit around the village. We entered a really nice wood carving showroom that indescribably amazed us with most of ...

Bagan - the land of many excesses

A travel blog entry by thefantastic

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... are in a square formation. With a sitting Buddha at each side. Could also be travelling or standing.

After the great earthquake is 1975 of 6.1, a lot of them had quite abit of damage. So massive restoration had to be done. Although Bagan site is impressive, they

To end the day we took a stroll around the new Bagan were our hotel was located. It felt really peaceful with nothing very much and roads were dark. Dinner was at a restaurant nearby.
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777 steps to the summit of Mount Popa

A travel blog entry by tobirgits

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... worship rituals.

Mount Popa is considered the abode of Burma's most powerful Nats and as such is the most important nat worship center. It has therefore been called Burma's Mount Olympus.

One legend tells about brother and sister Mahagiri (Great Mountain) nats, from the kingdom of Tagaung at the upper reaches of the Irrawaddy, who sought refuge from King Thinligyaung of Bagan (344-387). Their wish was granted ...

Our next stop is Bagan

A travel blog entry by tobirgits

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... but little light into it. So it is gloomy inside. Mural paintings on its walls are little affected by light. The base is in the shape of Kalatha pot. The roof is curvilinear and the dormer window lets in the light to fall directly upon the big images. Such are the peculiar architectural features of early period of Bagan.

Then we continued to the Bulei Thi from where we had a wonderful view over Bagan and decided to buy some paintings from ...

Location

This hotel, located on New Bagan, Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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