Majestic and Idyllic views
Nestled on four acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, Sedona Hotel Mandalay is strategically located in the heart of the city and faces the majestic Royal Palace and Mandalay Hill - sights that are a pleasure to behold. As one of the best hotels in Myanmar, we offer guests spacious suites and rooms and also a range of meeting, dining and recreational facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay. At Sedona Hotel in Mandalay, we enrich your tour of Myanmar.
Long regarded as the cultural and spiritual heart of Myanmar, Mandalay is the second largest city in Myanmar. Positioned on the banks of the mighty Ayeryarwaddy River, Mandalay lies within easy strolling distance of former colonial hill stations, ancient cities and other cultural attractions.
|Destination||Distance||Travelling Time (by car)|
|International Airport||45 km||60 mins|
|Palace City||1 km||2 mins|
|Mandalay Hill||2 km||10 mins|
|Mahamuni Pagoda||4 km||10 mins|
|Main Business District||2 km||15 mins|
|Railway Station||3 km||15 mins|
|Main Shopping District||2 km||15 mins|
|Gaw Wein Jetty||6 km||15 mins|
|Port / Jetty||6 km||20 mins|
|Amarapura||11 km||30 mins|
|Innwa||14 km||35 mins|
|Sagaing||22 km||45 mins|
|Pyin Oo Lwin (May Myo)||67 km||2 hours|
|Traveling times serve only as an estimate and may vary according to traffic conditions.|
Visitors to this Golden Palace City can look forward to discovering its rich and colourful heritage in the many historical monuments.
Hike up the sacred Mandalay Hill which offers a panoramic view of the city. Rising over 230 metres, the hill's slopes are blanketed by covered stairways filed with small temples at regular intervals.
The 1,729-step climb up to the top promises a sight to behold. Be awed by the impressive and magnificent Mandalay Palace, a legacy of its own which you should never miss!
Visit Zegyo Market and indulge in purchases of all things local. The Maha Myat Muni Pagoda, the Kyauk-taw-gyi, the Shwe-Kyaung-aw are other inspiring sights to visit while in Mandalay.
|Acceptable Credit Cards||* Please be advised that credit card settlements are limited in Myanmar. USD cash is the preferred mode of payment at the hotel.|
|Climate||March to October - Warm; November to February - Cool|
|Recommended Attire||Casual and light clothing is advised. All footwear must be removed when entering religious buildings. Mini skirts, shorts and revealing clothes are prohibited when visiting temples and pagodas.|
|Language||Burmese is the common language, however English is widely used|
|Travel Visa||A travel visa is required to enter Myanmar. E-visa for tourists can now be applied at http://www.myanmarvisa.com/visaprocedure.htm|
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