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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
 
Brussels Super Saver: Private Brussels Sightseeing Tour plus Antwerp Day Trip from Brussels
"Depart your Brussels hotel by private air-conditioned vehicle for your 9-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.The morning is spent in Brussels with your first stop being 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
From EUR142.00

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I was not really used to slavic food but this was a really nice experience...This is indeed a yougoslavian restaurant. Since there was some istrian aperitif, I asked the owner if they had pelinkovak...
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Insel

This is too informal to be called a restaurant, this is too good to be called "fast food", let say it is something in between...You could be welcomed in Greek, flemish, french, greek or german! Not...
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Restautants: too much choise!

Making a description of all the Zaventem restaurants is impossible. There are streets full of restaurants going from the local cuisine to Italian, Greek, Balkan, Thai, Chinese, Kebab food. If you...
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The "Fly-Tox"

This restaurant is not only known for its food, but also for its interior. The owner is a fervent collector of old “Fly Tox” devices. In fact they were used to kill insects in the so called...
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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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Maison St. Cyr

The skinny Saint-Cyr House has the most striking façade on Square Ambiorix and is one of Brussels most reknown Art Nouveau buildings. It was designed by Gustave Strauven, one of Victor Horta's...
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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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De Ultieme Hallucinatie

The interior of this 19th century civil house is just breath taking. The Art Nouveau style is astonishing. The house was erected in Neo classic style during the 2nd quarter of the 19th century. In...
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Laken

The Royal Castle in Laeken is the current home of the King and is off limits to visitors. The palace was built in 1784 and sits 5 km north of Brussels in the Laeken suburb and is the residence of the...
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Colonne du Congres

My review here on the Colonne du Congrès i.e. the Belgium's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier might sound somewhat political but being the national monument for Belgium and symbol of Belgian Independence...
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"Home of Brussels International Airport"
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