Unity Hotel Mandalay

Corner of 27th St. & 82nd St., Mandalay, Myanmar | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mandalay

Mandalay-stairway to heaven?! Or another pagoda??

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish


... I was in awe to see how these temples have stood the test of time and are beautiful in their decay. At one point I found a buddha statue between a bunch of broken pillars and thought of Indian Jones and Lara Croft. So cool...could have stared in my own film. After several hours and many sneezes and hives later I was happy to get off the cart and back on the boat. (Anika and Mom its official I too am allergic to horses.) The last stop on our tour was the famous U Bein ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... a little further. Our first site is the Mandalay palace and fort – or at least one of the walls and main gate. We pull up next to the heavily guarded gate, looking ominously at the soldiers stationed nearby (for a largely military dictatorship, actual soldiers have been very thin on the ground from our point of view). We look around and take a few photos, all the while feeling like we’re under the eyes of the watchful guards. We move on. ...


A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout


... to the Buddha himself. It felt very intrusive I must say. Just a quickie, there are lots of signs around telling locals to "be warm and helpful to Tourists" many locals seem curious but in awe and perhaps a little worried about offending and then perhaps getting in to "trouble" . But if you make the first move they are so friendly and very welcoming and of course then want photos of you . There was an area where very old bronze figures could be approached and rubbed for luck . There ...

Amarapura - old, Mandalay - city, Mingun - retreat

A travel blog entry by thefantastic

Day 3 - Mandalay

Napping on a boat on Lake Ayeyarwady - now that's a first. On the one hour boat ride back from Mingun now.

First start was the domestic flight to Mandalay. Finally had a chance to have a sit down breakfast though still started out at 630. First try of the shuttle airplane concept with no seat and could bring water up. Haha really weird why internal transit can but start from Yangon cannot.

Headed to the ...

Welcome to Mandalay

A travel blog entry by tobirgits


... and it is fascinating how many gold leaves can be produced from a little peace of gold. It is also very hard work and the men pound on the packages for hours so that they all have the same thickness!

We checked in to our hotel and got a nice room with view to Mandalay Hill. In the afternoon we continued our tour to Shwenandaw Monastery. It was built in 1880 by King Thibaw Min, who dismantled ...


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