Myawaddy to MandalayMandalay from Myawaddy
The majority of businesses fly to the most favourite locations every day. The Yangon for $124-$142, Heho $73-$92, Nyaung Oo/Bagan $89, Tachileik $143, Myitkyina $110-$129, Putao from $137. From 2016 the following classes of Bangkok will also be offered: Bangkok: Air Asia and Myanmar Airways Internation. While Bangkok Airways operates Chiang Mai-Mandalay services, there is no Mandalay to Chiang Mai.
Myanmar Airways and Myanmar Airways International. The Mandalay Airfield (MYL) is located about 35 kilometers southwards of the town and its metropolitan area codes. Taxi's should be about 12,000k yat to the inner-centre, while Shwe Nan San operates an outside door shuttle from the airports for $4 or 5,000k yat per each.
Mandalay Giant Train is located at the intersection of Sandalay Square and Sandalay Square at the intersection with Sandalay Square on Sandalay Square on Sandalay Square on 79thstrasse. His mornings of dirty, rotting concretes are no place to stay, so here are the most precise information and rates we could find for travel locations that might be of interest to overseas travelers.
There are five rows from Mandalay as follows: First grade/2th grade: Ssipaw: 2.950/1.700; arrival 15:00 hrs. A Monyva: 2. grade only, 700 yat; arrival 11:35. Busses run from Mandalay to most parts of the world. Sights are Sagaing and Chin in the western part, Bhamo and Myitkyina in Kachin State in the northeast and all stations on the way to Taunggyi and Lashio in Shan State in the south and northeast, respectively, including Pyin Oo Lwin, Kyaukme, Hipaw, Kalaw and Inle Lake, all of which are favourite holiday resorts.
Those who like to go on coach trips can let off steam with a ticket to Hpa-an, Mawlamyine or Myawaddy. There are four Mandalay train terminals. HwyBusstation ( "Highway Railway Station") (on the extension of 60th Street, just to the South of the Center) operates to Yangon and the South-East via Kalaw and Inle to Taunggyi in Shan State.
Situated at the intersection of 59th Street and 40th Street, Pyi Gyi Myat Shin is for destination in North Shan State, Pyin Oo Lwin, Hsipaw, Lashio and finally Muse on the China front. The smaller trainhof Thiri Mandala in the 23th street is serving Monywa, Shwebo and Pakokku. There are countless different coach operators, including collective cabs, mini busses, old fans' busses and V.I.P. climate thresholds.
Group taxis and most minibuses are more costly than normal busses, but they also involve collection and return from your hotels. Monywa, 7,000 or 8,000 for the front seats; Pyin Oo Lwin, 6,000 to 7,000 yat; Kyaukme, Hsipaw and Lashio 18,000-20,000 yat. Below you will find examples of buses: Qangon: 10,700-12,000 kilowatt ventilator, 18,500-20,500 kilowatt A/C, VIP 35,000 kilowat, 9-11 hrs, a few early hrs, mostly overnight-busses.
A few coaches are fans and a few conditioners, but be wary as some of the firms we have examined have been selling fits at either more or less the same cost. Busses run the whole days, e.g. to Monywa, but for longer distances the busses run either early in the morning or in the early evening.
There were Hsipaw busses, both ventilator and AC, also leaving at 14:00. Theoretically, one can drive up the Ayeyarwady in both directions from Mandalay, whereby the Bagan trip is most often undertaken by international people. There were no vessels on the Chindwin from here at the moment of the letter, as the Monywa Strait is in good state.
If you want to go to northern Chindwin you have to go to Monywa first. The shipping of points located to the south of Katha, Bhamo and Myitkyina depends on both the level of waters and the current policy state. In the wet seasons, low speed governments sail most day of the weeks, taking about two nights to get to Bhamo.
Occasionally there are also quicker but much more costly vessels. Although not carved in stones, the transportation to the south is much more dependable, although in this case the level of the waters and the touristic level are decisive. The vessels will run as long as the level is good and there is enough interest. However, an unhappy inconsistency is that the best waters are reached during the wet seasons when the number of travellers is lowest.
Early part of the high seasons from November to December is fine, but at the end of January and February the level can be very low. Sailing through countless sand banks with heavy loaded freighters trying to do the same in the other way can be quite a pain and often ships can get messed up.
Mandalay's low seasons saw low speed boat departures on Wednesday and Sunday, with overseas charging $18-20 for a 14-15 hours voyage. There is a departure from Strand Road at 07:00, but you can't just show up; you have to buy a boat pass and verify the time before.
Please see our Bagan transportation section for boat there. There is a boat service to Mingun from the beach across from 26th Street at 5,000 per passenger. Most of Mandalay's town centre is accessible, and the city's extensive teashops and cafés offer refreshments. In all other cases, the default daily charge is 1,500kya.
It was stated at 8,000/14,000 kyats per days for manual/automatic. Cross-check the bicycle rental with the cost of sharing a cab and rider with a few other persons and note Mandalay's limitations on health care. These are also usual and relatively inexpensive with a trip to the main area to come to 1,000 to 2,000k or so.