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I was biking past just stopped for a cold drink, and they wanted to show me the village! It was filled with lovely people, you get to see how they make scarfes and other clothes, they show you how they make cotton into thread, it’s...More
People really friendly we had a great guide called Nga nai and this was his home village making cotton processing sesame seeds beautiful little children and a great informative tour the a/c wasn't too good in a village with no power but really enjoyed it
We were biking past the village and some of the women called to us to stop at the restaurant. It was storming so we decided it was a nice spot for a break. After some tea, Twi Twi offered to take us around the village....More
People there are smiling ear to ear and you immediately feel the authentic mood from this place. There are people aproaching you with guiding. They wont do it for free most of the time so you will have to give them some. Sometimes people will...More
Visiting the Minnanthu village was a nice one hour break from sightseeing hundreds of temples around in Bagan. The village is right in Bagan, in the midst of the archaeological area.
The moment you arrive, a pretty good English speaking village woman approaches you and...More
Admit the setup was touristy. We were guided by a village lady to understand their way of living, cow transport and feeding, peanut oil making, cotton farm and making garment. Kitchen, tea, and hand rolled cigarette and 90+yo lady smoking but they may want to...More
We decided to go to this place as we read a number of reviews with different opinions. People are right with his/her own points of view. I think go there to get to know how local people in the village live is good. It reminds...More
If you are first time visiting South East Asia countries this may be interesting for you to see how the local live like, but for SEA people like me it is not much surprising for me because it looks almost the same like villages at...More