Treasure Hotel Mandalay

East Ye Zit Kan, Mandalay, Myanmar | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mandalay

Hard to stay, harder to leave

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... the right of way at any given time. It's a crazy free for all basically. I was struck down by a motorcycle in one such intersection. Crimes against tourist are heavily punished and even though I'm positive it must have been my fault the guy took complete ownership and was extremely nervous that I was going to go to the police. Traffic stopped and everyone ran over to help. I was completely fine as was my bike. the people are still terrified of ...

Motor bike market

A travel blog entry by ecour0404


... they are delicious ! Everyone has 2 days off. There was a huge parade through the town, woman, men and children were singing, dancing and playing instruments. They were carrying wooden shrine type things that they lit on fire at sunset.

We all got along so well, were all solo travelers and single so we spent Valentines night together. Our mission was to find some chocolate and beer. Along the way we passed an old fire station with trucks from 1920. The locals saw us gawking ...

Flight to Mandalay

A travel blog entry by cleotup


... fresh fruit. Stone carving @ Tampawady Quarter. Lovely marble statues-some enormous but everything & everyone working covered in a fine white layer of dust. Mahamuni Pagoda entering from the southern entrance. Buddha pictures in various poses. Watched a noviciation procession around the pagoda. Ladies not allowed to approach the image-only men. Craft area making puppets,tapestry etc. Making gold leaf @ King Galon gold leaf workshop. Arrived at hotel Ayarwaddy ...

Innwa and Amarapura

A travel blog entry by amlwortley


... and more beautiful pagodas. Next we drove to amarapura to see the U Bein Bridge; a kilometre Long bridge with a river and rice paddies underneath. We were there in time to watch the sunset and see the monks walking over it back to the little village. Emma and I also discovered the time delay on our cameras so we tried to get some fun photos of us with the bridge in the background.... After about 20 shots we still didn't get any sensible photos. More practice ...

Minglah Bah (Hello)!

A travel blog entry by ocohen


... sunset barge that was docked next door -- a wonderful set of instruments that sounded almost like a cross between Javanese Gamelan and west African Kora music. On the terrace overlooking the river. Less than $8, including a liter of water.
Waking back from the restaurant we saw people whose lives revolved around the river. They live there and work there and fish there. The word 'hovel' comes to mind. But people smile, they say hello. They meet your eyes and expect you ...


This 3 star hotel, located on East Ye Zit Kan, Mandalay, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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