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Mawlamyaing

Mawlamyaing also known as Moulmein is one of the largest cities in Myanmar and the capital of the Mon State. Furthermore, it is a major centre for trade and communications, it boasts one of the country’s busiest ports, while a bridge — the longest in the nation at 7.8 kilometers — links it with neighboring Martaban city.
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Kyaik Than Lan Pagoda

Three famous pagodas adorn the Mawlamyaing Ridge. The Kyaik-thanlan pagoda was erected in 875 A.D. during the reign of King Mutpi Raja. A hair relic of the Buddha. Tripitaka manuscripts and gold images of the Buddha were enshrined in the pagoda.

Hotel Suggati

Mawlamyaing
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Hotel Suggati Mawlamyaing offers business travellers, weekenders from Yangon, and holiday makers a unique new choice. Designed by US architect Daniel West, the 72-key hotel set in the capital of Myanmar’s Mon State. Commanding a panoramic vista over the Thanlwin [Salween] River, the waterfront property brings a new vitality in business hotel options to the country’s fourth largest city. The five-story provides conference rooms, working spaces with hi-speed Wi-Fi, a fitness centre and a restaurant specializing in both Burmese and Western cuisines, as well as French pastries, which will be open to the local public.

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Honeymoon Packages

For all stays of 3 nights and above, a complimentary bottle of wine will be offered to the newly wed at the restaurant.

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