Sunrise Hotel

195, 35Th Str, Bet:77&78Th Str, Maha Aung Myay, Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mandalay

Hard to stay, harder to leave

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... so fast. There are now atms in every village and even pagodas! I was using the latest edition of the lonely planet (2011) and everything is already ridiculously outdated (prices, guesthouses, tickets etc...) The people (locals and foreigners) I met, traveled with and explored with made my adventure. I wish I could have spent more time there but visa requirements are very strict still. Myanmar was a place that was hard to stay in but ever harder to ...

Hatred is the curse of man

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... to splurge and,buy an upperclass ticket since we had already been on a 7 hour bus ride and were still so sick (there are several levels - upperclass, first class and ordinary. The difference in price is 4 dollars and the different in comfort is astronomical) however it was not in the cards. For some reason we were only allowed to pay in US dollars (which we didn't have), they simply refused to accept the kaytes from me which is their currency. After much ...

Boats, bell, unfinished pagoda and U Bein Bridge

A travel blog entry by nangarner


... and went down to the Irawaddy and literally walked planks to get on our boat for a few miles upriver from Mandalay to the village of Mingun, home to a massive unfinished pagoda and the largest, un-cracked, fully-functioning bell in the entire world. Cast in bronze in 1808, the gigantic Mingun Bell is 13 feet high and weighs in at about 200 tons. The bell was meant to be a part of the Mingun Paya, which would certainly have been the world’s largest pagoda had ...

Northern Thailand and Myanmar

A travel blog entry by abbyinthailand


... and George Bush are inside its eyes. Apparently this was to depict the evil of weapons and the ruin of the environment. There is a theme of rebirth and the cycle of life from birth to death throughout the inside of the temple. The artist is Ajarn Chalermachi Kositpipat and his mission in making this temple is to make it the most beautiful temple and be free from outside influence in his designs. Another interesting fact is that ...

Mandalay, Back in Time

A travel blog entry by dreamchasers


... sing them a song. So moments later, I am singing my favorite tune "When You're Smiling" to a smiling Burmese street audience. It began as an accapello tune, but they quickly added a drum beat and melody which I happily adjusted to, then had the delightful pleasure of dancing and singing with one of the entourage during the song. Beautiful.

That was our first insight into what a joyful, lovely, people the Burmese are, and with every encounter, the evidence ...


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