Carlos Melia Recommends eNews February 2016 issue in out and online featuring Myanmar | Myanmar | Carlos Melia Recommends eNews February 2016
( http://www.carlosmelia.com/#!cmr-enews-feb-2016/g4deh ) is out and online. This month featuring Yangon, Bagan, Mingun & Mandalay in MYANMAR. Hosted by Belmond Governor’s Residence and Belmond Road to Mandalay. Check it out @ CMR eNew FEB 2016. See you next month with a feature on Miami Beach.
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Early morning giving alms to Buddhist Monks in Mandalay | Mandalay, Myanmar | As we docked in Mandalay, marking the end of our 4-nights voyage along the Ayeyarwady River, I think this was my absolute favorite on/off-board experience during my luxury river cruise crossing from Bagan to Mandalay onboard Belmond Road to Mandalay. Early morning watching Mandalay come to life, on our way to Give Alms to the local Buddhist Monks. Continue reading Early morning giving alms to Buddhist Monks in Mandalay
Exploring Mingun, Mingun Pahtodawgyi and Mingun Bell | Mandalay, Myanmar | Early afternoon, just after lunch, and it was time to yet another raw unique experience off-board the comfort and luxury of Belmond Road to Mandalay. This time, as we approached along the Ayeyarwady River to the coasts of the Sagaing Region, we would explore the town of Mingun, located 10km from Mandalay. Follow my Myanmar INSTAGRAM Photo Gallery. Continue reading Exploring Mingun, Mingun Pahtodawgyi, Mingun Bell and more
Life aboard Belmond’s Road to Mandalay Luxury River Cruise | Myanmar | Last October 2015, I spent two weeks traveling across Myanmar. My journey began in Yangon, and took me to Bagan, to board the luxury river cruise Belmond Road to Mandalay. An unforgettable journey, curated to perfection by the local Belmond team, of four nights, sailing along the Ayeyarwady River, with daily stops and tours, which included among other, Mingun, home of the world’s largest uncracked bell, Mandalay and Sagaing Hills with its beautiful pagodas and thriving community of Buddhist monks and nuns, sunset visit of U Bein Bridge among many other off and onboard experiences and activities. See and follow my full Instagram Photo Gallery on Myanmar… Continue reading Life aboard Belmond’s Road to Mandalay Luxury River Cruise