Thante Hotel Nyaung Oo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThante Hotel Nyaung Oo Bagan
A nice oasis for escaping the busy streets of Bagan,
Big rooms, lovely efficient and helpful staff. Great pool area and bakery.
Breakfast is ok but not impressive. Overall a great place to stay.
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Having spent enough time in Yangon, and seen enough temples to last a lifetime, it was time to make a move and explore a different part of Myanmar. Somewhere where I didn't have to see another temple or Pagoda for a while. Mandalay and Bagan seemed to be the main two options available. Being the backpacker that I am, and knowing that I would end up …
... layers that did not lay bricks with out perfection. The high curved ceilings are ideal for the many micro bats. So many pagodas. The next one was the Su-la-ma-ni Pahto. This was a beautiful pagoda, with many well-preserved murals, and very fine architecture. We went to the Pya-tha-da pagoda to see the sunset. This was another large Pagoda. We climbed up a narrow dark stairway, which lead to a wide courtyard like ...
... I was carrying a camera, and this seemed to be respected. By the time I'd reached the end of the gauntlet, I was a bit lost so grabbed a waiting taxi. Amazingly the inside of his cab had been modified by wall to wall water proofing plastic! Each seat, the dashboard, were all covered... just in case his next customers were saturated! Checked out of the Clover, and walked the short distance to the Yuzaka. This hotel was in a lovely old building, ...
From the village we drove to another pagoda (Pyatthatgyi Temple) which we climbed to watch another Myanmar sunset where the red ball gradually dims and disappears quite far above the horizon. It was pleasant with the late afternoon light and I ran into the young Austrian couple we met on the boat to Bagan.
From the pagoda, we returned to the hotel. Marion and Martin were dropped off to find a new restaurant. The remaining ...
Up this morning in Bagan and went to hire electronic bikes (like scooters, but run on batteries) with Jacques, a guy from New York staying in my room who had already been here for a couple of days so knew where to go. Had a great morning cruising around the temple sites, before heading back to town for lunch and to return Jacques' bike as he was heading to Inle Lake this afternoon. We decided to check the battery on my bike when returning his, and in the confusion ...