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Visiting Myanmar on a tailor-made trip
Abstract: I was lucky enough to visit Myanmar twice. Myanmar, or Myanmar, is a state in Southeast Asia at the intersection of Bangladesh, Thailand, China, Laos and India. Tip 1: Visit Myanmar between December and March. Abstract: Myanmar really is one of my favourite places. I had the feeling that three days to visit Myanmar was the perfect way to visit the main city Yangon and the Shwedagon Paya, to visit the Mandalay area in the northern part, to experience the tranquility of Inle Lake and the grandeur of Bagan and to unwind at Chaung Tha Beach on the Bay of Bengal.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of downtown Yangon, Myanmar with a visit to the Sule Pagoda.
Sule Pagode is a mock-up in the centre of Yangon, near the harbour. Located at a bustling crossroads in Yangon, at the crossroads of Sule and Mahabandoola Road, it is part of the city's economy and population. It is over 2 thousand years old and the building of the mock-up is estimated at 230 BC.
Burma is said to have constructed the Sule pit was before Shewdagon and the place where the pit today is was once home to a mighty Sule. Some of Buddha's fur should also be anchored in the cloakroom. It has undergone a number of renovations, but the only changes in its appearance occurred in the mid-15th centuary when it was extended to its present dimensions by Queen Shin Shawbu.
Sule Pagode is an outstanding symbol due to its position in the centre of the town. They used the mock-up as the precise centre when they rebuilt Yangon in the 1880s and built up its vectorian streetmap. She is 48 metres high and octagonal, which is regarded as uncommon for a Myanmar marble marquet.
Around the cloister are ten different sized bronce bell with epigraphs of the donators of the temple and the data of their inscription. There are also small stores and several soothsayers' booths in the vicinity. On the way around the podium is a circle and it is a trip through the orb.
The Yangon is the ideal introduction to your Burma trip. The Myanmar Special Tours starts with the possibility to explore the culture capitol of the land, with many sights, churches and cloisters. So if you are looking for a thorough Yangon immersion, why not try our Highlights of Yangon & Surroundings tours?