Story - Review of the Anglican Church of All Saints, Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo), Myanmar
West Australia. well preserved Angelic sanctuary, the coloured window had to be substituted according to vw2, a symbol in Pyin Oo Lwin. After a stop at the Governors House in Pyin Oo Lwin we went to this school. It is a very nice temple and a good equilibrium after many pagoda day.
There are many monuments in the temple to the armies that were fighting in Burma during the Second World War. The All Saints Anglican Chapel is a memento of those who have visited the historic British presence in Burma. Inside the ecclesiastical there is proof of the variety of this present (whether she likes it or not) and it is very interesting.
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Deluxe holidays in Maymyo (Pyin Oo Lwin), Burma, luxury holidays in Maymyo (Pyin Oo Lwin)
Maymyo ( May''s city after a colonel), was used by the British in cold British days to avoid the gloomy Burmese summers. Featuring plenty of green and a cold weather, it is not difficult to understand why the British made the annual migrations to this small mountain shelter.
Though many of the UK's vestiges have disappeared, the city still boasts delightful botanic gardens that are remarkably well-kept and feature an array of colours from the cathedrals and friars that pass through them. Hardly any changes have been made to the initial city map, and the Circular Road follows the foot of the mountain range, once known as The Rides, a popular recreation area.
The Pyin Oo Lwin is also home to a number of cold huts under various circumstances.
I' m Maymyo Maymyo in the joint.
Nice designed flat on the groundfloor; only a few minutes walking distance from the city and the shore. There is also an ideal place for a pleasant promenade along the channel towpath down to the working lake sluice, sand dunes, snack bars and Tapasbar. It has a twin room and adjoins the private en-suite room with bathtub, private toilet and toilet.