Thiri Marlar Hotel Bagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsThiri Marlar Hotel Bagan
The staff were very friendly and the rooms were clean. Breakfast was served on the roof with great views of the temples. Highly recommended.
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Travel Blogs from Bagan
... floor covered with 3000+ stupas. They of course vary from the small family constructions to the huge, mine's taller than your's, type built by the various Kings of the dynasty. A lot of the smaller ones are in disrepair or have even fallen apart. They were all constructed between the 11 century, when the city was started to the 13th century when the Mongols invaded. In the early morning sun it was a spectacular sight and instantly gave the visitor a sense of the scale of ...
... it through town to the next pagoda on our list. A few stops later and we ended up in a monastery (no women allowed) to see the only silver pagoda. We got nervous (cuz there are no women allowed) and booked it. And then I ran into a fence. A few scrapes and bruises from the collision, but I'm ok! We randomly ran into Kathryn from our Cardiostart group on the road and then Lori and Jennifer drove by - a reunion! We have plans to meet for dinner ...
... that we did it. Lovely views from the top and a lovely sunset.
There are a lot of monkeys here and they were all around when we got out of the vans. Phyo bought some bananas and we fed them. I wasn't too sure about them getting too close - we were warned that they would snatch anything loose that we had. But they only had eyes for the bananas with some snatching one in each hand. This is the only place we saw ...
... around. In the evening we slept under the stars on the deck each with our own mosquito net. The boat continued for some time navigated using the poles and searchlights. At one stage it came to a sudden stop and there was a lot of shouting and tooting of the horn. I think we nearly ran into a sandbank but the captain seems pretty skilled and luckily we weren't marooned for several ...
... a number of things in Myanmar. On arrival we grab the bicycles and go to the market. I bought a luggage strap which I thought could double up as a washing line and give those pegs I bought a use. Also some sesame seed brittle and 2 cushion covers. Bargaining hard Stephen decided to negotiate backwards from what I'd agreed and after walking away we could hear their cries to stop and we completed our purchase. Then a lacquerware workshop ...