Silver Moon Hotel

Address: Ngwe Thaw Dar (2) St., Bagan, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ngwe Thaw Dar (2) St., Bagan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Bagan

Ancient Bagan and the Irrawaddy Cruise

A travel blog entry by graemea on Nov 10, 2015

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We have learnt more about the history of this country in the led-up to their elections, which was on the 8th of November. Many on the boat took the opportunity in Mandalay to buy a red NLD (Aung San’s Party) tee shirt, which we wore onboard (it was illegal to wear them outside in the lead-up to the election). Our show of support to the staff was amazing for their moral. The ship’s Manager allowed crew ...

Bagan: Temples galore

A travel blog entry by dobsonsontour on Oct 22, 2015

... small sandy track or through some field. Some of these pagodas are very beautiful due to the level of detail and thought that has been placed in their design. One of our favourite temples we walked up the winding staircase that lay on its exterior which placed us to a large flat terrace providing us with some amazing panoramic views of the area and providing context as to the great number of temples that had been erected here ...


A travel blog entry by heather24 on Oct 15, 2015

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... in early (6:30AM) and so after a quick change I rented a bike a proceeded to explore the small city. Bagan is known for it’s thousand of old temples that were built in the 12th century, though man of the originals have been destroyed from earthquakes, looters and conflicts. Most of them are built out of red brick and sandstone and incorporate intricate carvings around the temple. There is ...

And so it Bagan!

A travel blog entry by lucyinthesky. on May 27, 2015

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Well, the night bus was quite possibly the best bus I have ever been on!! A sentence I never thought I would say whilst travelling in Myanmar. The seats were set out in a row of 2 and a row of 1 which meant they were huge, and really comfy. We also had TVs in the back of the seat in front and a hostess who brought us cake, biscuits, coke and coffee (not quite sure why all the caffeine on a night bus!) We woke up in Bagan bombarded by taxi ...

Mr Zho and the 4000 stupas

A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 12, 2015

... mad dogs and Englishmen, but the dogs were in the shade, asleep). We left for Ananda temple (dedicated to Buddha's scribe and brother) with two giant wooden Buddhas with the early Indian influence (ear lobes not touching the shoulders, open robes with visible knees and with a Nepalese facial shape. We were amazed that the two original 10 metre high Buddhas were at least androgynous if not plain feminine in their appearance. We were met outside the pagoda by a local villager ...

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