Pacific Hotel Mandalay

Corner of 30&78th St., Chan Aya Tha Zan T/S, Mandalay, Myanmar
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Accommodation

by janetlee

Hi,

I together with 3 friends will go to Mandalay, Heho and Bagan in late January. We want to book budget but nice accomodation. However, I can't find their web sites. Can anyone help? The alternative is that we will look for the accomodation after we arrive. Will there be difficulty in having the accomodation without advance booking during such tourist peak season?

RE: Accommodation

by sarahreynold

Go to Asiaoz, www.asiaoz.com and click on Asia Hotels and then put in Myanmar and your destinations as they have quite a lot.
In Madalay try the Emeraln Inn, should be about USD 25-30, Bagan try Thazin garden, should be under USD 40.

Travel Tips for Mandalay

True Mandalay

by vodolaz

Rudyard Kipling started his ` Mandalay ` poem with the words ` By the old Moulmein Pagoda , lookin` lazy at the sea...`
This is Kyaikthanlan Pagoda in Mawlamyine city ... Mon state...
Sea and Thanlwin river kiss there.
But it is not main thing.
The point is that there is the Ward in Mawlamyine city , called " Mandalay "...
Kipling was referring to Mandalay Ward located at the base of Kyaikthanlan pagoda, but not the Mandalay city in central Burma , as most people think...

See Mandalay Palace, Mandalay...

by gabriellefox

See Mandalay Palace, Mandalay Hill and the surrounding moat.

The best way to get to Mandalay from Yangon is by coach. I used Leo Express Coaches on the recommendation of my guide in Yangon, and boy was I glad I did. The majority of my party travelled to Mandalay by Train. It was far more expensive, crowded and uncomfortable and the journey took about 3 hours longer.

The coach journey is long, about 12 hours. We travelled overnight and watched the sun rise over Mandalay. Mandalay is very beautiful, in a different way to Yangon. You really have to see it to fully appreciate it.

Monk enjoying the view from Mandalay Hill

by herzog63

Many people were enjoying their time on the hill. There are several entrances to get to the top. The easiest is the one with 3 storey escalator and an elevator. But there are several covered walk ways that start on different sides of the hill. The one that we climbed started on the South side of the hill and took about 30 minutes to walk up. NO SHOES! My feet were killing me the next day as they were still getting broke into all of the barefoot walking that I was doing.

Carreteras Roads

by elpariente

Las carreteras son seres vivos que estan en constante movimiento y cambiando continuamente.La gente vive y pasa su tiempo en la carretera , parece que no caben en los pueblos y a algunos les ha tocado desplazarse constantemente
Tienen arboles ,gente paseando y ninos jugando son como las que conocimos cuando eramos pequeños

Roads are living beeings that are in constant movement and changing continuously.
People lives and spend their time on the road , it seems that they don´t have room in the villages and some of them must be moving constantly
They have trees , people walking and children playing like those that we new when we were youngs

Muslim areas = beautiful sounds

by herzog63

The areas around Mosques seemed to be generally catering to the Muslims of the area. The shops had writing in Arabic as well as Burmese. I loved to be in the area of a Mosque during the times when prayers would be going on. I just liked listening to it. It sounded exotic to my English ears!

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