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Day-Trip to Hsithe Village from Mandalay with Lunch
"Our professional English speaking guide will collect you from your hotel lobby in Mandalay around 8am by car then head to the village of Hsithe (approximately 37 miles or 60km north of Mandalay). Enjoy a scenic drive passing through agricultural land small villages and you can see the daily life of rural Myanmar.We continue to the east and see the famous Marble Mountains where the raw material for the marble carvers of Amarapura is mined. Around 10am we arrive at Singu an attractive small town on the left bank of the Ayeyarwady River. You will embark on a boat to Hsithe and take the opportunity to discover some wildlife here such as Ruddy shelduck
From $188.00
 
Private Tour: Sagaing and Inwa from Mandalay including Lunch
"Our driver will pick you up from your hotel at 8am in Mandalay and head to Sagaing Hill a religious center for Buddhist devotees. The views across the river and surrounding hills are spectacular. We will visit Umin Thonesae and Soon Oo Ponya Shin Pagoda overlooking Ayeyarwaddy River. There are many visitors who come here to pay respects and we continue the tour to Pahtodawgyi Pagoda which is an unfinished huge pagoda damaged and made unstable to continue building by an earthquake. Adjacent to the pagoda is the Mingun Bell the world’s second largest bell and the world’s biggest bell among the ringing ones. We will visit Myatheindan Pagoda before move on to Inwa.You will embark on a boat and depart to Inwa which lies at the confluence of the Ayeyarwaddy and Dohtawat you will take a horse-cart ride and sightseeing some main tourist attractions and landmarks such as Maha Aung Myae Bonsan
From $125.00
 
Private Tour: Brussels Sightseeing Tour
"Depart your Brussels hotel by private air-conditioned vehicle for your 3-hour tour. If there’s anything you want to see more of let your guide know: your tour is private so the itinerary can be tailored to your interests.Stop at the Grand Place Brussels' magnificent medieval main square. Stroll by the baroque and Gothic buildings as you hear about their history and walk to the Statue of the Peeing Boy (Manneken Pis) to learn why this quirky monument of a urinating boy was placed here in the mid-1600s.Drive to the Laeken district home to the main residence of Belgium’s royal family. Pass St Michael’s Cathedral
From EUR52.00

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Shokudo sushi Bar & Grill

Super eten voor een goede prijs en goede cava! Zeker een aanrader! Ate here several times. Do know what to get, get the 'boat'. Various sushi's and sashimi's served on a boat. Good choice. Don't...
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D'Harmonie

Comfortable cafe, ideal for a stop and drink, where great snacks are served. The dishes are Spanish/Argentine during the one week and Italian style during the other (as the managers have different...
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D'harmonie

While enjoying your coffee or pint you can watch the river and even see the occasional swan (or, more likely, duck) glide by. This café does coffee, wonderful real Trappist beer, as well as snacks and...
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St. Peter's Church

The location is opposite to Leuven Town Hall, inside is a restoration on process, the restoration involves electrical wiring, heating, chapels, plumbing such as refurbished. As one of the oldest...
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Grote Markt

Such as any main square in Belgium, the Grand Place (grote markt) is an elongated and rather narrow square, one of the busiest place in the city. Due to its location at the crossroads the whole area...
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The Pope's College

Not surprisingly, as a University City there are different Uni residence to see around, we're lucky to be able to see some of them during our visit. The school hasn't started yet and we could enter to...
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Saint Paul Church

Although it is not considered as “important” as the Cathedral, this church is surely worth a visit. Here, you will find many artpieces, includings some of Rubens and Jordaens. The church is proud to...
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Royal Museum of Central Africa - CLOSED

You should really visit the Belgium's Royal Museum for Central Africa. It contains one of the world best collections of ethnographic objects from Central Africa.The majority of these artefacts were...
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Autoworld Museum

Those with interest in these topics may consecrate another of the frequent rainy days in Brussels to visit these museums housed in the large glass and iron pavilions built for the Universal...
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