Royal Beach Motel

Address: No. 146-148, 1st FL(R), 35th Street, Middle Block, Kyauktada Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar, Ngapali, Myanmar | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on No. 146-148, 1st FL(R), 35th Street, Middle Block, Kyauktada Tsp, Yangon, Myanmar, Ngapali, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Ngapali

        Ngapali Beach.

        A travel blog entry by ourtrip2015 on Mar 01, 2015

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        It took an hour to fly from Heho to Thande which is near the seaside resort of Ngapali. The small airports are quite primitive with the way they process passengers. Luggage is individually handled by porters and miraculously reappears in the right place. Everyone is given a coloured sticker which denotes their flight and once in departures you wait to be ushered on to the flight by gesticulating staff. Somehow everyone gets on the right flight but there ...

        Monday is School Day even here

        A travel blog entry by sonia.robinson on Feb 09, 2015

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        ... showed the money to his staff or it may have landed up in his pocket!!! Return bicycle trip in a more confident fashion but when we got back the hotel physician cleaned Chris shin and applied the yellow cream that was always applied when you fell over in the playground that he had sustained on the peddle before even getting on the bike on the journey to the school!! Think he thought it would be by ...

        The Ocean's Essence and a Visit to School

        A travel blog entry by amy-hitchcock on Jan 20, 2015

        ... I will miss so very, very much. It's awful how quickly time goes by when you're having fun, because honestly my last 3 nights in Ngapali have flashed by in the blink of an eye. So totally unfair, ugh. Before breakfast, my aunt and I take a stroll along the beach front and see fishermen returning from their fishing trips. A small smile plays over my lips as I marvel at how soothing the feeling of damp sand between my toes is. Cool air washes over me, bathing me ...

        Ocean Obsessive Disorder and Blue Waters

        A travel blog entry by amy-hitchcock on Jan 19, 2015

        ... My aunt and I start the day in an absolutely wonderful way (woah, Dr Seuss in the making) by hiring two bicycles and riding to a nearby fishing village. We embrace the tourist role, pointing fingers with our mouths open wide as we take in the size and amount of seafood the fisherman have caught last night. Many of the fish sit in buckets of ice, while others are laid out on blue tarps in the shade, waiting to be butchered and filleted. While ...

        A Little Sandy Slice of Heaven and Kind Locals

        A travel blog entry by amy-hitchcock on Jan 18, 2015

        ... which they've been learning at the school behind out hotel. They ask what our names are, favourite colours, ages and other simple questions - sweet innocence radiates off of them. One of the young girls, who I've learnt is five, pulls out a pack of cards a tourist in the past has given to her. The girls start to put them into two piles: red and black cards. It's obvious they don't know any card games, so I take on the duty to teach them one. ...