Three Seasons Hotel Yangon MyanmarYangon Myanmar Three Seasons Hotel
HOTEL SEASONS OF YANGON, YANGON, YANGON.
Seasons Of Yangon Hotel is a 3-star hotel 9km from Aung San Suu Kyi House. It is a 30 minute stroll from the Myanmar Convention Centre. There are 100 sound-proof rooms with mini-bar, high-speed landline, eating area, trousers iron and couch available for use.
Rooms are modernly furnished and fitted with microwaves, coffeemaker and toasters as well as private bathroom with showers, toilet articles and bath robes. There is a delicious dinner service in the hotel every day. The Seasons Of Yangon Hotel is only 10 minutes by car from Mingaladon International Park.
Visitors can hire a car to discover the surrounding area. There is an open-air bath, a tenis course and a gulf course at the guests' disposal. Children under 12 can sleep in an additional cot for $5 per adult per night.
Elderly children/adults can sleep in an additional cot for $35 per adult per night. 1. type in your start point (at least road and city) to get a description of how to get to the hotel. There are 100 sound-proof rooms with mini-bar, high-speed landline, eating area, trousers iron and couch available for use.
Rooms are modernly furnished and fitted with microwaves, coffeemaker and toasters as well as private bathroom with showers, toilet articles and bath robes.
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Kayah State's most popular attraction is the mountain sanctuary, and the Kayah State is said to have its name from the Shan (Island of Mountains). There are several similar cliff stamps to the west, among them Tat Tapin Mont,'One Tree Mountain'. The biggest Kyayan settlement in Kayah state, Rangkhu, seems relatively fashionable at first, but some of its wives still wearing collar bands and the settlement, in contrast to its predominantly Catholic and Baptist neighbors, is still animistic/Buddhist.
Rankhu is about 1 ½ hrs south-east of Loikaw. Here Loikaw Travel Infos can organize a vehicle and a travel guidebook for 90 US$ and asks the visitor for a contribution of 10.000 K to the people. Kayah State Christ the King Cathedral has long been the territory of the Church.
Constructed in 1939, Christ the King is the oldest preserved Kayah churches, offering a fascinating mix of historic Christian architectural heritage and vernacular Buddhism, as well as an appealing Italian belfry with a belltower. When the last person in the Saophean community died in 1987, his kids gave the dilapidated structures to a community based buddhistic organization.
If they had not done so, the then regime, intent on removing the Kayah identities, would probably have left the structure in ruins. The characteristic Pa-O headscarves carried by Pa-O wives are on Shan State's journey to Kayah State, but you'll see them all over this tranquil Pa-O town.
This is the most popular tourist attraction in the Loikaw area, but still sees few foreign visitors. The Dor Sor Bee Dor Sor Bee, just west of Loikaw, houses several Kayah animation chests. These lofty trunks, limed and decorated to symbolize the star and month, are meeting places during the Kayah New Year in April.
The Kayah Cultural Museum Like most of Myanmar Prefecture Municipal Museum, this huge museum houses a disproportionate sparse collection of powdery relicts and the common exhibition of dummies in ethnical outfits. keinari Keinara The Kayah company produces Kayah fabrics on conventional weaving machines. It is located just south of Loikaw and can be paired with a trip to Pataing Hnyin and Dor Sor Bee.
Pope-Hpayone Paya Kayah State's biggest convent, Pope-Hpayone Paya has about 500 friars in Residency. It' south of Taung Kwe Paya. In the afternoon there is a small and gentle river fair in the center of Loikaw, which specializes in foods and products. Myo-Nan Paya This is a large lying Buddha.