Thante Hotel Nyaung Oo
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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... also chopped off the arms or hands of the builders who put too much space between the bricks of the temple. Our next stop was the nearby North Guni, a temple we had all to ourselves and with a viewing platform 3 stories up that we could climb to. A favorite! Now we are in New Bagan on our way to a riverside temple south of the city. But first, breakfast! It's 2pm now and we are done (for now). We were able to book a car for tomorrow, get some money, ...
Drove from Naypitaw to Bagan, arriving late in the afternoon. We're staying 2 nights at the Police compound at Nyaung, which is in the old part of Bagan.
On the way we visited Mt Popa. It's a temple perched on top of a mountain and with 777 steps to the top I didn't think I would make it. But it was late afternoon, it wasn't too hot, we took our time and we made it. For a small donation we even have certificates ...
... to Yandabo where the treaty with the British was signed in 1825. It is only accessible by boat and is now famous for its terracotta pottery made from the yellow riverbank clay. The houses in the village were relatively good but the air smelled of the fires made to dry the pottery and the houses were blackened by the smoke. Many households had a pig, a couple of cows and some ...
Early plane to Bagan - the place of 2200 temples. Building started in 1044 when King Anawrahta introduced Buddhism. It continued until the 13th century when the Mongols took control of power. In 1975 earthquakes further destroyed some of the monuments but the government have raised funds for their restoration. On the plane I am in 1st class row1 seat c but Stephen gets seat 18 right at the back. Boarding is by sticker which seems the common ...
... filled with as many people that could fit inside, out the back and on the roof along with all the goods they could stuff in as well.
There was one road from Mandalay to Mt. Popa which in some parts was being upgraded. We had to ford several river crossings where bridges were soon to be built. We passed many 1/2 finished petrol stations. We did see some vary basic farms with single ...