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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    Travel Blogs from Mandalay

    The Strangest Place In The World

    A travel blog entry by griffalo on May 31, 2015

    ... t actually go in to the city. The closest shops were in a tiny little village about 3km from our hotel, along a completely deserted 8 lane motorway (4 lanes each side), which would be okay if it wasn't for the blistering heat. Our hotel was a weird place to be, so we decided to take a wonder down anyway, found some lovely homemade crisps at a tiny shop, and mooched around the little village for ...

    Emergency change of plans

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 09, 2015

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    ... and ceremonial Longhi. This vast stock couldn't have been made in the workshop we had just seen, and I'd be pretty sure that they had been made on machine looms. Much to their disgust, we left quickly.

    The traffic was an amazing spectacle, with hoards of scooters and mopeds with two, three or even four people on board. The young girls in their narrow dresses and tailored silk tops balancing with demure ease side-saddle on the back of the weaving motorbikes. Sometimes ...

    Dag 22 - van Nay Pyi Taw naar Inle Lake

    A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 22, 2015

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    ... of view and maybe the sate of your suspension, the roads out of Nay Pyi Taw this morning could be seen as sublime. They were wide - up to twelve lanes at one point, they were smooth and there was nothing else on them other than the Rally. But, for those very same reasons they could also be seen as ridiculous. Take your pick, we don’t mind but the sight of two women with rustic ...


    A travel blog entry by ourtrip2015 on Feb 21, 2015

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    ... were explained to us by our guide.

    After lunch in a tea house we saw the craft of gold beating. Again done by hand and very hard, time consuming work using a hammer and muscle power! The craft is kept alive because they use the gold leaf created to adorn the stupas and Buddha images. This was shown to us at the Mahamuni temple which is famous for the image of Buddha which is said to have been created in his life time. Men adorn the statue with ...

    A new capital city

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 17, 2015

    ... high on the hill is a huge new pagoda, Uppatasanti Pagoda. Some lovely marble relief sculptures inside and a lot of gold. We watched the sunset from here which was lovely. They also have white elephants - real ones - and we watched them eat their dinner. At the moment you need to have a permit to visit which was arranged by our government guide, Sint.

    We stopped ...