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Beguiling Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a must-see destination when traveling through Southeast Asia. Discover magnificent temples, breathtaking mountain trails, hilltop hideaways, remnants of a colonial past, time-honored teahouses and a wild coastline. First inhabited by the Rahkine and Pyu people and later ruled by the British and Japanese, today Myanmar presents a wonderful snapshot of the ancient Orient.
Visit lively Yangon, the former capital city famous for its colonial architecture, markets, lakes and parks. Marvel at the city’s Shwedagon Pagoda, the nation’s most sacred Buddhist shrine, dating back to between the 6th and 10th centuries. Step back in time to British rule with a walk along regal Strand Road. Browse the stalls of bustling Bogyoke Aung San Market and stroll around the serene Kandawgyi Lake. Feast on barbecued meats and spicy curries at the food stands of Chinatown’s 19th Street.
Venture into the lesser-traveled southeast region to Mawlamyine. Admire the city’s huge reclining Buddha and watch gorgeous sunsets from the Thanlwin River. Stumble upon pagodas, including the gleaming Golden Rock, while hiking to the summit of Mount Kyaiktiyo. Pass through caves on a kayaking adventure in Hpa-an and sail around the Myeik Archipelago.
Go beach hopping along the southwest coastline. Ngapali boasts an idyllic stretch of white sand, superb seafood restaurants and upscale resorts. Mingle with vacationing Burmese, snorkel at offshore islands and purchase skewered crab from the food vendors at Chaung Tha. Enjoy the laid-back ambiance of Ngwe Saung.
Travel north to the one-time royal capital Mandalay, home to Kuthodaw Pagoda, Mandalay Palace and Mandalay Hill. Spot some of the more than 2,000 pagodas on a hot-air balloon flight over the lush plains of Bagan. Hike from Kalaw or Pindaya to Inle Lake and witness the Intha people’s way of life. Meet local fishermen and spot dolphins on an Irrawaddy River cruise. Experience tribal customs at villages dotted around Hsipaw.
Reach Myanmar by flying to the international airport of Mandalay, Yangon or Nay Pyi Taw, the country’s capital. Get around via bikes, boats, buses and taxis and embark on memorable train rides amid jaw-dropping landscapes. Prepare for warm year-round temperatures and monsoon rain from May to October. Arrive in April for the flamboyant nationwide Thingyan Water Festival.
Great service and detail was given to requests. We had a family type suite that had an adjoining room for our grandchildren! We thought the beds were very comfortable, the bathrooms were well equipped. The children especially enjoy the pool and the meals in the Square Restaurant.
It is wonderful to see Melia hotel staff waiting for us at the airport entrance as we arrive Yangon airport 01:00 a.m. The hotel staff are friendly and helpful. We try all 3 restaurant in the hotel and the Olea is the best. The lady staff Haymar is very friendly and provided a high quality of service ...
Excellent service everywhere, staff were great from Reception to the dining venues. Room was clean and spacious.
1. Facilities looks old 2. Light rusted water from water pipe 3. Floor is not mopped properly having dust feel when walking around the room. 4. Same fried noodle for breakfast everyday no choices. 5. Credit card is not accepted at this hotel.
New and clean premises. Staff members are amazing!
The property is very quiet and can get good sleep. There is a nice pool and gym to enjoy. The staff is wonderful with great English expertise. They can arrange taxi for you to see different attractions in town. Overall, a very good hotel with a very good staff
New and very nice hotel in the heart of Yangon