Thiri Myaing Hotel

Address: Anarahta Rd., Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Anarahta Rd., Mandalay.
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      Burmese style

      A travel blog entry by kathabe on Jan 05, 2015

      After yangon, the old capital of myanmar i decided to go a bit more remote to pyay. Here is what I experienced on the way: Queing: on the bus ride to pyay we had a stop, for food and pipi, as everything was in burmese I followed the women and queued up with them for the toilet. At least I thought so: more women came and just passed me and went into the next free toilet, before everyone else. What the f...! At ...

      Mandalay Highlights

      A travel blog entry by johnandsalina on Dec 20, 2014

      2 comments, 45 photos

      ... li>Shwe Kyaung Monastery - one of the oldest wooden monasteries in Mandalay.

    • Kuthodaw Pagoda - home to 379 stupas that each contain a stone story tablet.
    • Mandalay Hill - home to a temple and a great place to view Mandalay city.

    • Arrive in Mandalay

      A travel blog entry by alandbeth on Nov 18, 2014

      ... Unfortunately it was full so we go to the ET Hotel as the taxi driver recommend it ( he probably gets commission from the hotel, oh well) the guy at the front desk was pretty abrupt and assure us all the cheap $20 rooms are full and we can only stay in the $25 ensuite room, so we took it for a night.
      As it was getting to later in the afternoon, we wandered towards something non cultural ...

      Surreal Nay Pyi Taw, the new capital city

      A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Nov 17, 2014

      15 photos

      ... Myanmar. The monastery was wooden and beautifully carved and the temple equally lovely. We doubled back on ourselves a fair bit today to reach the new capital city of Nay Pyi Taw. In 2005, following the tradition of Burma's kings and previous rulers, the military government relocated Myanmar's capital. The new capital reportedly cost more than $4 billion and was, literally, built from scratch. It seems like a shameful waste ...

      The Ghost Capital

      A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Nov 12, 2014

      ... my bus.

      The drive to the bus station was a motorbike taxi but the guy seemed confident enough so I felt relatively at ease, as I say I prefer driving to riding as a passenger. The bus station appeared to be located on a rubbish tip, with huge amounts of rubbish between the buses. Luckily my drive was well timed, I could pretty much get straight on the bus where I grabbed the seats at the back with the leg room; always a key manoeuvre for any ...