Mandalay - Mingun Ferry

Mandalay - Mingun Ferry

one hour private river cruise across the Irrawaddy river on a private boat

Location: 

Myo Patt Rd, Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma)

Duration: 

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Mandalay Mingun Ferry: daily at 8.30 am for USD 8 only
  2. Private Boat: same route for a much higher price at any time
  3. Scooter: getting help from two people to push it on board
  4. Irrawaddy River: the 1 hour to Mingun is a nice river cruise
  5. My trip: I missed the ferry and had to take a private boat

Image sources

  1. Ferry on the river
  2. Captain on board
  3. My scooter on board
  4. Small fishermen boat
  5. Ferry at the harbor

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