Par burmatravel le 20 Avril 2017 à 09:44
Myanmar has become one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Asia for recently years. More and more visitors make their Myanmar trip and are charmed by its amazing beauty of natural scenery as well as golden pagodas and temple. If you want to make your Myanmar trip, especially by yourself, it’ will be essential to find out about of a variety of information sources, in which Myanmar travel blog is certainly one of the most useful ones.
Reliable addresses of Myanmar travel blog
Only by searching the keyword “Myanmar travel blog” on Google, you can receive hundreds of thousands of results. This fact is not so surprising because the more visitors travel to Myanmar, the more they talk about.
You can easily access to some popular addresses of Myanmar travel blog, such as Myanmar (Burma) Travel Blog (http://myanmartravelblog.com/). The blog contains practical and useful information about Myanmar travel, divided into 8 main categories. The 7 first ones correspond to 7 most famous destinations in Myanmar, including Yangon, Kalaw, Inle Lake, Bagan, Mandalay, Mrauk U and Ngwe Saung. The last is of general information about Visa and money.
Besides, most famous travel blogs all in the world, such as Nomadic Matt (http://www.nomadicmatt.com/), Expert Vagabond (https://expertvagabond.com/) and Y Travel Blog (https://www.ytravelblog.com/), provide a lot of information about Myanmar travel. By clicking the category of destination, you will reach the part of Myanmar travel blog and search whatever you want.
How to use information on Myanmar travel blog effectively
The published date is very important
It’s realizable that information can change very quickly, especially in case Myanmar travel has developed rapidly. As a result, you should pay attention to the published date of articles on blogs to ensure that their information hasn’t gone out of fashion.
Search information you need, don’t read very thing
You cannot read to the end a huge amount of information on each blog, and you do not surely need to do that. Instead, determine what information you really need and use the search bar (available on most blogs) to get it. Notice that the search bars on blogs are not usually as smart as Google search tool. Therefore, try to not use the keywords which are too general, too long, too complicated or unfamiliar.
Bloggers’ evaluations are just personal ideas.
It’s undeniable that famous travel bloggers give readers sharp and sensible evaluations, which are very good information sources for you. However, they are not always true because, in terms of nature, they remain personal ideas, strongly influenced by personal feelings. Someone may like Bagan but another may not; that is completely an evident truth. In addition, do not depend on only a blog even though the blogger is your idol. On a particular concern, you should go through some different blogs so that the information you have got is most comprehensive and objective.
Myanmar travel blog is considered a reliable and practical source of information, which helps better understand about Myanmar and well prepare for your Myanmar trip.
Par burmatravel le 20 Avril 2017 à 06:46
Nicknamed “the beautiful sleeping girl”, Myanmar has become more and more attractive destination for traveler all over the world with its beautiful natural landscapes, magnificent ancient pagodas and temples, and the unique Burmese culture. If you are planning for a Burma trip, the following Myanmar travel advice will certainly help you a lot to have a successful travel experience in Myanmar.
Before your Myanmar travel, getting a tourist visa should be your first concern. It’s favorable that citizens of 100 countries can apply online for a tourist e-visa via Myanmar’s Ministry of Immigration and Population website (evisa.moip.gov.mm). However, visitors can only enter Myanmar on an e-visa at Mandalay, Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw international airports; and at three land border sites between Thailand and Myanmar, including Tachileik, Myawadi (Myawaddy) and Kawthoung (Kawthaung).
As the number of tourists to Myanmar has been increasing greater, major destinations such as Yangon and Bagan have faced a shortage of hotel rooms even though many new hotels are being built. Accommodation in Yangon is commonly all booked up as far as a month in advance, particularly if it is listed in a guidebook. As a result, we suggest that you should book your room in advance as soon as you can, especially ahead the high season (November to March). Most hotels can be booked online, so you can easily choose suitable rooms depending on your taste and budget before your Myanmar travel.
In some rural areas, it’s the very useful Myanmar travel advice that you can stay at monasteries for a small fee. You should find out carefully some Myanmar travel information about the monasteries where you make your accommodation via local guides or travel agencies.
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The Kyat is the official monetary unit of Myanmar (1USD = 1,366 Kyat). In general, you can use both Dollar and Kyat in most transactions during your Burma trip; however, some places only accept the Kyat. Therefore, you need to change your currency into the local one in the shops around the Market Sule Paya and Bogyoke Aung San in Yangon.
It’s good to know that at Yangon International Airport, you can only exchange an amount of money from $ 100. We advise you to bring US dollars in denominations of $ 100, which are new, not ragged or curly. If not, your banknotes will be refused.
Credit cards are accepted mostly only in top-end hotels. Some travel agents in Mandalay and Yangon also take them, usually charging a small fee for purchasing flights.
Keep in touch
You can easily to buy SIM card in Mandalay and Yangon that will enable you to make calls and access the internet.
Free wifi is available in most hotels, guesthouses and coffee shops. However, tightly squeezed bandwidth and power outages can make using the internet in Myanmar become an unpleasant experience.
Buses and trains are two major means of transportation in Myanmar. Buses are almost always faster than the trains, but bus rides are bumpy, which is really terrible to visitors who suffer motion sickness. Traveling by boat is a good choice for some routes, such as Mandalay–Bagan. Notice that all travels in Myanmar take time (it’s a nine-hour bus trip from Yangon to Mandalay, for example) unless you fly.
Yangon International Airport is the main hub for domestic flights, and there are a number of flights to the main centers of the country. Local airlines include Air Bagan (airbagan.com) and Myanmar National Airlines (flymna.com). It will cost less for you if you book domestic flights via agencies once you are in Myanmar.
Above is some useful Myanmar travel information for you. In addition, we suggest that you should consult experienced visitors or famous bloggers so that you can be given precious and practical Myanmar travel advice for a successful trip.
Par burmatravel le 20 Avril 2017 à 05:31
The city of Sittwe is the capital of Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State, Myanmar. Although it is not a popular destination of Myanmar travel, it will be a memorable experience if you spend several days in your tours in Burma visiting the city to discover the unique mixture of Buddhist culture and Islamic one or contemplating sunset on the Bay of Bengal at The Point. The city offers a limited housing supply for visitors, among of which the Nobel Hotel is considered as one of the best choices.
No 45, Main Road, Mawleik Quarter, 11111 Sittwe, Myanmar
At the hotel
Restaurant, coffee shop. In-room amenities: air conditioning, satellite/cable channels, toiletries, seating area, TV [flat screen], desk, shower, wake-up service, mini bar, telephone
The Nobel Hotel is located at the center of the city, next to the Rakhine State Cultural Museum and 3 km far from the Sittwe Airport. Thanks to its ideal central position, you can easily take an early morning trip to the Fish Market, or to explore the streets once the midday sun has begun to cool. The best of the town’s eateries are just a few minutes’ walk, as are a range of local shops and street stalls.
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Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel, and there is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The Nobel Hotel has 20 Standard Double Rooms, which are quite small. They are clean and equipped with air-conditioning. The décor is very variable from one room to the next, however all are well maintained and at their best quite sweetly decorated with local textiles.
- Airport Shuttle (surcharge)
- Free wifi (in all area) and parking
- Bicycle and car rental services
Being one of a few hotels in Sittwe, the Nobel Hotel is a good choice for backpacker thanks to its reasonable price and quite good services. You can stay there for a short time to discover the colorful daily life of the locals or visiting attractions such as Rakhaing State Cultural Museum or Maka Kuthala Kyaungdawgyi. This is certainly an interesting experience in your Burma tours.
Par burmatravel le 20 Avril 2017 à 04:09
Mrauk U is a place of extraordinary significance for Burmese and Arakanese history, now told through the ancient architecture and artefacts found by initial archaeological endeavors. In your Myanmar travel, your visit to Mrauk U is unlike any other in Myanmar, away from the beaten track and the usual spots, a unique boutique experience in one of the world’s last hidden wonders. For your tranquil stay there, we suggest Mrauk Oo Princess Resort, a hotel of traditional style harmonizing with nature and the charm of yesteryear of Mrauk U.
Aung Tat Yat, Mrauk U, 11111 Mrauk-oo, Myanmar
At the hotel
Restaurant, bar, spa, swimming pool, library, souvenir shop, currency exchange. In-room amenities: king double or twin bed, writing desk, lounge area, fruit basket, mini bar, tea, coffee and water, freestanding bath, shower, IDD telephone, digital safe, hairdryer.
The hotel is located 45.0 miles from the city center and provides accessibility to important town facilities as well as famous tourist attractions.
During your Burma tour, you will hear a lot about and fascinated by traditional Burmese dishes as well as ethnic minorities’ cuisines, especial San cuisine. In Mark-U, you will know about an equally appetizing cuisine, name Rakhine, which is famous for fresh seafood used by the coastal dwelling chefs, the fiery and sour dishes with fresh ingredients and spicy pastes, using less oil than other Burmese areas.
The Mrauk Oo Princess Resort offers dishes cooked according to Rakhine traditional recipes with some influences of San cuisine and international fare. All of the food is meticulously chosen form the region and local market where possible, and the hotel grows a small herb and vegetable garden to supplement. Your meals in the hotel, which all are fresh and delicious, will be certainly a unique and new cuisine experience in yours tours in Burma.
You can also relax in the evenings in the outdoor seating around the central lodge or beneath the stone carvings at the long bar of the hotel. The bar staff will be happy to sort one of the signature cocktails and classic drinks.
Mrauk U day tour: visiting the outstanding sites in Mrauk U such as Koe-thaung Pagoda, Shit-thaung pagoda Ratanabon Pagoda, and Htu-kan-thein ordination hall. Bring: Knee-length clothing, shoes that can be taken on and off quickly, sunscreen, hat. Duration: all day
Arrive by boat: Begin travel by boarding on the Kaladan River from Sittwe to Mrauk U. The experience includes transfer from the airport. Bring: camera, sun hat and sunscreen. Duration: 6 hours upstream, 4 hours downstream
Chin village: Journey up the Lay Myo River as the valleys narrow towards the mountains of Chin state. Here you will be welcomed as a guest into several remote Chin ethnic villages, where several inhabitants remain as living examples of the former chin practice of full-facial tattoos. Bring: hats, sunscreen, camera and donations for schools. Duration: all day
Other experiences: Unique Dinning, Breathtaking Breakfast, Vesali & Dhanyawadi
Overview: Children under 5 years stay free. Children aged 5 and older must use extra beds, which cost 140USD per person, including breakfast. Maximum 1 adult or two children extra are allowed per room.
Babysitting/children’s activities: available on request
Each "Village House" has a terrace overlooking different sights such as: garden, the traditional style restaurant building, rice paddy fields, the river or small fresh water ponds which are home to many varieties of fishes, crabs, prawns and wild birds. The Village Houses have nice natural light and also provides you with fantastic views of the surrounding scenery.
- Cancellation made 35 to 15 days prior to arrival incurs 50% charge of full stay
- Cancellation made 14 to 8 days prior to arrival incurs 75% charge of full stay
- No show or cancellation made 7 days prior to incurs 100% charge of full stay
- Free wifi (in all areas) and parking
- Bicycle and car rental services
- Airport Shuttle (surcharge)
Mrauk U retains the ancient and solemn beauty of its glorious past. A visit to Mrauk U in your tours in Burma will be a great opportunity to discover splendid monuments there. The Mrauk Oo Princess Resort will make your visit more perfect as its Village Houses are like refection of the luxuriant life in this lost Kingdom centuries ago, which totally charms you.
Par burmatravel le 19 Avril 2017 à 11:54
Considered as the sister of Bagan, Mrauk – U is the second important archaeological site in Burma, which is the homeland of a myriad of monuments. Mrauk – U deserves to be a must-visit place in your Myanmar travel to discover the rich culture and history of Myanmar. For you stay in Mrauk – U, we suggest Shwe Thazin Hotel Mrauk U, a very affordable hotel with quite good services.
Sunshaseik Quarter, Mrauk - U, Rakhine State
At the hotel
Restaurant, coffee shop, garden, business center. In-room amenities: one nice bed room, one living room, chairs & desks, one cabinet, hair dryer, one dressing table, 24 hours air-conditioner, bathrooms with hot & cold shower, 24 hours electricity, IDD phone, fax, TV / Satellite.
Shwe Thazin Hotel Mrauk U is just 0.1 km far from the city center and 0.7km from Myoma Market. From the hotel, you can walk to the remains of the main palace in the city center and Mrauk U Archaeological Museum (600-m journey). For longer journey to other attractions of the city, you can rent a bike or a car (the hotel provides bicycle and car rental services on-site).
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Breakfast is served in the form of buffet. The restaurant, which can hold up to 150 dinners, offers Myanmar and Chinese cuisine.
Children under 6 years are entitled free of charge if using exiting beds. Children aged 7 and older are considered adult and must use an extra bed. However, any additional children or adults are also allowed to stay free for extra beds. The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1. Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Recommended rooms: family room
Children’s facilities: high chair
She Thazin Hotel Mrauk U offers traditional wooden-styled bungalows. In each room, you will find 24 hours room service to help make your stay comfortable. The location of each room can give relaxed atmosphere feeling the views and the beauty of Mandalay city. Rooms facilities are in each room are comfortable, perfect and pleasure.
There are there types of accommodation, including Bungalow Standard, Superior Bungalow and Bungalow Deluxe.
- Free wifi (in all areas) and parking
- Shuttle Service (surcharge)
- Special rates for longs stay tours
Shwe Thazin Hotel Mrauk U will appeal to those travelling to Mrauk U on a budget. The hotel's garden, water sports (motorized) are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. During your tours in Burma, when you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Mrauk U, remember the Shwe Thazin Hotel Mrauk U as a reliable address.
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