MON PETIT AVATAR

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Yangon-Aung Pan-Pindaya



Beautiful scenery, delicious food, hospitability was the highlight of our trips during Thingyan holidays in Myanmar. Many of the travel agencies in Yangon have arranged special trips to beautiful cities like Bagan, Mandalay, Taung Gyi and the amazing beaches like Ngapali, Ngwe Saung during long holidays. At first glace, staying in Yangon seems great but after considering the noise, and limited teashops during the public holidays, we decided to go on a trip. Perhaps it was the lure of new environment, or a chance to encounter the beautiful hills and Inle Lake again, or perhaps the chance to enjoy Shan food, which I could never successfully cook. We  headed to the travel agency, New Motion Travels and Tours, around 7:30 p.m. As stated in their plan, our coach departed from their office at 8:00 p.m and arrived to 115 miles stop around 1 a.m.


I had noodle and tea there, and kind of wish they could keep the dining areas and powder rooms clean, although I know it might be quite challenging. 


We arrived to Aung Pan around 8 a.m, had breakfast at Cherry Café and later headed to Pindaya town. Shan noodle and the fried rice from the Café are not bad but I was more intrigued by my compatriots' beautiful faces.







Road trip from Aung Pan to Pindaya was quite joyous thanks to beautiful scenery and kind of wish I'd my dream house there.






Checking in at Conqueror hotel was convenient and personally, I loved the scenic view of Shwe Oo Min cave, which I will post some pictures in later posts. Bye for now and thank you so much for your visit!



4 comments:

Iora said...

I loved road trip from Aung Pan to Pindaya, as there were many green plains with patches of wild flowers coloring purple, yellow,pink and the white right at the each side of the road when I was there. I really love that trip!
Because your trip was in the summer it seemed a bit browner and drier. Anyway, I love all the pics and thanks for sharing. :)
Iora

မိုးေငြ႔........ said...

မြန္ရိုက္ခဲ႔တဲ႔ပံုေလးေတြကလွလိုက္တာ ေခါက္ဆြဲပန္းကန္ကအစၾကည့္ေကာင္းတယ္...။ ပင္းတယကိုျပန္လြမ္းသြားျပီ..။

Mon Petit Avatar said...

Thank you sis Iora and Moe Ngwe Lay! I love Shan State and really wish to have a home there.

san htun said...

ေတာင္ၾကီးဖက္ကို သြားလည္ခ်င္လိုက္တာ..

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