Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort

Tiripyitsaya Shrine Resort

See the Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort, Myanmar hotel review on Telegraph Travel. At Sakura Inn @ Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort we are proud to introduce you. Myanmar Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort The Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort, refurbished in 2012, ensures its visitors a comfortable holiday, whether commercial or private. Because of its favourable position, the guesthouse provides simple entrance to the sights of the town. Benefit from a wide range of unsurpassed hospitality and conveniences at this Bagan based resort.

To ensure the guest's well being and well-being, the guesthouse has 24-hour room accommodation, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour reception, disability accommodation and in-premises.

Enter one of 109 welcoming rooms and get away from the stress of the busy days with a variety of services such as LCD/Plasma TV, free Wi-Fi Wi-Fi connection, non-smoking rooms, A/C, wake-up services available in some rooms. Leisure activities at the resort, including outside swimming pools, spas, massages, children's pools and gardens, are geared towards escaping and relaxing.

The Bagan Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort is the ideal starting point for your visit to Bagan.

Shrine of Bagan Thiripyitsaya Resort

Spa Thiripyitsaya has 10 treatment rooms. - Cocktail bar by the pool. Please contact your accommodation at least 72 hours before arrival to arrange transfer. Please contact the hotel before your arrival at the telephone number given on the booking confirmation. An airport shuttle service is available at an extra charge of $15 per vehicle for a single ticket.

A shuttle to the ferry terminal is available for an additional charge. A shuttle service to the surrounding area is available at an extra charge. It has a great panoramic views, a very beautiful swimmingpool and its personnel is very kind. All in all a beautiful motel, but the rooms are a little outdated. It' a little isolated and nowhere near any restaurant for the evening.

Cabs are not always simple to get and the resort wants $15 every time you want to go out, if not more. For us, the motel organised a first-class tour and Han was first-rate. There is a beautiful swimming area, but the sun lounger pillows have to be replaced. The swimming area is very beautiful, as is the swimmingpool with its beautiful view over the rivier.

All of the hotels common areas are in good condition, but the "cabins (4 plexus)" were quite old-fashioned, which was particularly apparent in the baths. Situated within easy walk of many sanctuaries, you can also hire an e-bike for 5000 @ 4 hours.

Even though the guesthouse was suitable for the temple, there was nowhere else to go to have lunch. The first evening we had lunch at the motel and were very dissapointed about the qualitiy and amount in relation to the cost. We' ve never had supper there again, but we ordered from the pub, which is more sensible.

It is possible to take a cab or a horse-drawn carriage to the Imperial Palace at Tharabar Gate for about 4,000 people each way. Other problem is that the place is a little isolated and you need a cab to go anywhere. There are no cabs hanging around the hotels and the hotels do not call one for you, you have to use the 2+ factor of the regular price.

Beautiful place, but very little ambience in comparison to everything we've been here before. Each of the other hotels was very inviting & friendly - not so much this, some of the employees said hello etc., but not like most places. So we ran through the Tharabar Gate hotels for supper & what a difference - we wish we had been there.

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