Interesting places in MyanmarPlaces of interest in Myanmar
Interesting place to see - Review of Innwa, Amarapura, Myanmar
A beautiful afternoons and our rider of the horse-drawn carriage was beautiful and really took care of his horses, which was good to see. The Innwa was one of the old capitals of Myanmar. It' situated near Amarapura, Mandalay. You can reach it by road from Mandalay and you can also drive it by horse-drawn carriage to visit Innwa.
Some of the most popular places to go in the city are the Bagayar Abbey, the Mae Nu Abbey with its different architectural styles, the old fortification of the river Innwa and the Si Mi Khone Pagoda with its old Buddha picture. The expectation of my stay in Inwa was really high and I had been told that the best way to see old remains was by using the carriage and horses.
When we got out of the ship, we had to take the first rider who reluctantly took us with him. Have you been to Innwa?
Touristic attractions in Pyin Oo Lwin (Maymyo)
Formerly known as Maymyo, Pyin Oo Lwin is a highlands metropolis in the Mandalay Division. It was founded by the English army in 1896 and called Maymyo. This became the summers capitol of B.B.Burma to get away from the Yangon warm. Later the Burmese army regime was changed to Pyin Oo Lwin.
Knitting, floral and market-gardening, strawberries and pineapples, coffe ehouses and cows are the major shops of the area. You will find many attractions to see in this cityscape. Lovely blossoms in Pyin Oo Lwin all year round. KandawGyi National Park was opened in 1915 by the leadership of the UK Forces.
This is a collection of colorful plants such as orchids, roses and wild flora, as well as ponds and birds. Usually the floral festivities take place in December and attract tens of thousand of visitors. Pyin Oo Lwin's major attractions are also the Pagoda. Maha Ant Htoo Kan Thar and Aung Chantha are renowned maha ant htoo kan thar and aung chantha with the interesting history of the city.
Established in 1912, this is a historically interesting place of Pyin Oo Lwin. At Pyin Oo Lwin most of the historic places today are hostels, among them the governor's home. The old chapel is still a beautiful stop for travelers who remember the days of Burma's colonies in Britain. There' re a dozen falls in Pyin Oo Lwin.
The Pwe Gauk Falls, The Doke Falls and Nat Kyaung Falls are some of the most popular falls in the city. You have to go to all these falls. Not to be missed if you are a Strawberries aficionado. It' a nice farmyard with cascade, strawberries and flowerboxes.
It is a farmstead offering clean dairy and strawberries to the visitors, so make sure you enjoy the strawberries juices.