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Kandawgyi Hill Resort, a popular colonial hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin about 69km away from Mandalay, is a delightful respite from the summer heat with an altitude of 1070m and relatively cool climate.
Well-known for its colonial-style houses, English cottages and pine trees, eucalyptus and silver-oak abound in this historic town. A colonial style house, with a rich historic past which is situated at the entrance gate to the National Kandawgyi Botanic Gardens stretching over 175 hectares reclaimed from marshland many years ago. Well appointed bungalows surround the Kandawgyi Hill Resort, overlooking the gardens and enjoying panoramic views of the Kandawgyi Lake and its lush surroundings. Pyin Oo Lwin’s colonial legacy still holds the key to the town’s charm and offers plenty to explore.
Pathein is Myanmar’s fifth largest city and lies at the heart of an area that produces the finest rice in Myanmar. It is a thriving busy city and is Myanmar’s most important delta port outside of Yangon. Travellers on their way to nearby Ngwe Saung beach often make a brief stop, Pathein Hotel is focused on offering travellers convenient and comfortable accommodations, standard amenities, limited services with a reasonable price. Planning to explore the villages and towns of the delta, Pathein Hotel is the ideal place to stay. The hand-painted parasols also known as the Pathein umbrellas are worth a look.
Situated on a peninsula jutting out into the Andaman Sea, the town of Myeik has retained a number of colonial-era buildings on it meandering back streets.
Pale Mon Lodging is focused on offering travellers convenient and comfortable accommodations, standard amenities, limited services with a reasonable price. Intending to explore Myeik, Pale Mon Lodging is the ideal place to stay. You will find it easy to explore Myeik on foot, take in a few tea and juice shops, soak in the architectural highlights and the picturesque Mingalar Lake filled with water hyacinths and lotuses, bordered by a few pagodas.