There are buses stopping over this restaurant in Aungban, a small market in front where you can get some Burmese snacks, fruits and nuts. We are already hungry for not having breakfast as our flight from Bagan to Heho was delayed for 2 hours.
Quite a nice restaurant, nothing fancy, clean and friendly waitress, just like ordinary coffeeshop in Malaysia. We ordered fried rice, fried rice vermicelli and a shan soupy noodles for 5 hungry stomachs, My god, it was not enough for me, very stingy when come to order food. I lose 3kg during this trip to Burma but gained 4 kg when I back home, hehe.. The food was very tasty and a cup of hot nescafe should keep me awake till we reach Pindaya caves.
Oh yes, at this stopover, you must visit the toilet to release whatever need to be released or else you be regret to pee behind the bushes, another 1.5hour drive to visit Pindaya caves. Don't forget to take our own tissue paper.
Favorite Dish: Fried rice and fried rice vermicelli, with free soup and salted vegetables (kimchi??)
typical stop over restaurant for tourist who hired a car + driver and take the road up north or heading south to Yangon.
Probably you are beaten from the long drive on bad roads to appreciate the local life and traffic passing by.
Favorite Dish: Food is medium , we had a damn spicy soup , even our driver had to give it back.
Riding a bicycle is actually a great way to explore the beautiful countryside of Burma. I would like to do, stopping at every village, watching the farmer and cows and buffalos ploughing the land. Farmers harvesting crops, bullock carts on the road, simply wonderful.
The Cyclist stopped at one point where new road being built on the way to Pindaya.