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Bagan King

Bagan King describes itself as ‘the hotel of choice for the discerning traveller.’

Unlike the outlets of some Mandalay hotels, when staying at Bagan King your hosts will ensure that you are continuously enveloped in the essence of Myanmar and are able to continue exploring the culture of the country even when off the broad streets of Mandalay.

None of this is to say that Bagan King falls short in offering guests anything but attentive and professional hospitality. While being immersed in the rich history of Myanmar’s royal city, one can enjoy all the comforts of modern amenities in an ornate and tastefully decorated environment.

The rooftop bar and restaurant offers sweeping views over the city - some of the best out of all the Mandalay hotels - and its principal attractions, most of which are in walking distance from the hotel.

FLASH POINT: Both deluxe and ‘superior king’ rooms have been designed in an elegant apposition of amber, auburn and ochre, and are peppered with Myanmar handicrafts such as the Mandalay-made bronze wall lamps in the style of the helmet of General Mahabandoola (a legendary figure from the First Anlgo-Burmese War) and traditional marionettes.