Pyay is located 286 km North of Yangon and half way betwen Yangon and Bagan. The first railway line in Myanmar was built between Rangoon (Yangon) and Prome (Pyay) in 1877.
In the present day, visitors from Yangon can travel to Bagan or Naypyidaw by rail or road through Pyay.
The ancient city known as Thayay-Khittra (Srikhitra) was the capital city of "Pyu" people. It is an important archeological site located 8 km to the east of present day Pyay.
Other Pyay attractions include Buddha statue with eye-glasses (Shwe Myat Hman), the gigantic sitting Budddha Image, Shwesandaw Pagoda, Ahkauktaung, Be Be Lay Pagoda, and Payama Pagoda.
If you plan on visiting upper Myanmar by a car or a train, it is a good idea to drop by Pyay for overnight and stay at one of our recommended hotels in Pyay.
Pyay is an important trade center between upper Myanmar, Rakhine State in the West, and Ayeyarwaddy Delta regions in the south.
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Located at the corner of Strand Road running parallel with the Ayeyarwaddy River and Bogyoke Road (the main downtown road in Pyay), this hotel offers an excellent view of the Ayeyarwaddy river, as well as convenient access to the Railway station.
6 Double Rooms, 20 Twin Rooms, 4 Triple Rooms, Swimming Pool with jacuzzi, Car rental with guide, Business Center(email, fax, computer, printer, photo-copier), sightseeing tour arrangement, 24 hour electricity supply, Laundry Service, Doctor on call.
Air conditioning, Internet access in each room, hot & cold shower, IDD telephone, Coffer & tea making, international TV channels, Mini bar, hair dryer.