Mandalay Transportation

  • River Travel
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  • River Travel
    by Avieira67
  • River Travel
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  • 1. Taxis

    We paid about US$25 per day for the services of 2 guys and this old Corolla. Neither had any training, but were excellent guides in and around Mandalay. They tried really hard to provide us with all...

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  • 2. River Travel

    At my hotel I was informed about a public and a private company linking Mandaly to Mingun. When I arrived at the port, I have found only the private company. Timetable Mandalay- Mingun 09:00 -...

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  • 3. Rickshaws / Trishaws

    You need to try this at least once. Trishaw travel in Mandalay is great. More than affordable, but with one drawback. Many (or most) of the trishaw drivers are limited in their education and cannot...

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  • 4. Air Travel

    I took a couple of different airlines flying to and from Mandalay during the past two trips and they were all decent. The service was good but one airplane seemed a bit on the older side. What I...

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  • 5. Bus Travel

    The cheapest way to get around Mandalay is by Taxi bus, basically you just flag down the driver and climb aboard. You should check with the driver first to make sure he is headed in your direction....

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  • 6. Motorbike / Scooter / Moped

    Renting a motorbie with or without driver is a good option to visit tourist places around Mandalay. Usually, three places are worth a visit in one day: Sagaing, Inwa and Amarapura. For a whole day, a...

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  • 7. Horse-drawn transport

    This is a very blurry picture I know but I thought it was pretty evocative and gave an impression of Maymyo/Pyin O Lwin being stuck in the 50s. It is called a garry. My mother remembers using these...

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  • 8. Train to Gokteik Viaduct

    It is possible to visit the Gokteik viaduct and return back to Mandalay on the same day.To pass the viaduct, you have to go to Nawngpeng Station, the first...

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  • 9. Shared taxi to/from Mandalay Airport

    Sein Myanmar run a shared taxi service to and from Mandalay AirportCost is 4000 Kyat.They have a desk at the airport and your hotel can ring and book they for...

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  • 10. Getting to Inwa and Amarapura

    If you want to make it to Amarapura, Inwa and further on to Sagaing, then private transoprtation is your best bet. In fact we hired the wagon car we used the...

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  • 11. Orientation

    It's easy to find your way around in Mandalay. All the main streets are numbered. 1st street up to 45th street run east-west and streets 46 to 90 run...

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  • 12. Watch Your Head!

    One of the best things about riding in open vehicle like this is seeing the countryside. It didn't work so well here. A lot of the taxis and taxi buses in...

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  • 13. Foreign independent travel...

    Foreign independent travel (FIT) has been legitimate in Myanmar for some years now. I visited there in May-June this year. It's no trouble to visit the main...

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  • 14. Train to Bagan

    At 9 pm departs a train to Bagan arriving in the early morning, upperclass US $ 10, comfortable seats, ordinary class wooden seats, but very bumpy tracks.

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  • 15. The easiest way to get about...

    The easiest way to get about is to take the local bus, aka pickup. Twenty people fit into the vehicle.

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