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 …
... being whisked about, the fishermen going about their day, cargo boats filled with palm cane, tomatoes and other crops, cargo of other sorts and local transport abounded on this busy thoroughfare. The lake was central to all things in this area even the farming, which actually takes place right on the water (more on that later).
Speeding passed many of the 30 villages that are scattered on the shores, we head for Nam Pan. On the way we passed the ...
... a water supply to access for their personal use and for agriculture. Without the water, the locals can grow sesame seeds, beans and soy, but with their extra water, the village is able to maintain a rice paddy. Clearly the volume of domesticated animals, electricity, concrete foundations and the new home start we observed would indicate times of late have been good. As different as their lifestyle and standard of living is to ours, somethings are the same. All the villager ...
... group was astonished to see the incredibly labour intensiveness of this craft. We all fell in love with the pieces being produced and, thanks to Golden, were rewarded with the opportunity to purchase a few of these exquisite pieces. The sharp enterpreneurial family who run this operation made a great decision, as the entire group bought enough of the goods they produced that shipping to our hotel in Yangon was arranged to avoid having to cart the ...
... temple to discover her truly gracious beauty from days gone by. The colour of soft terracotta, the old masterpiece showed off her new elegance! As the people of Bagan worked to get this entire zone to be an Unesco Heritage site, I am sure more of these beauties will regain their youthful appearance (architectural equivalence of Hollywood starlet undergoing face lifts!)
Continuing on our first day in this magically section of Myanmar, we set off to Taungbi Monastery to ...