Pyin Oo Lwin Flower Festival 2016Flower festival Pyin Oo Lwin 2016
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On 25 and 26 December there will be a show. Of the 140,000 cathedrals, 17 are from China and Thailand. "We had more than 90,000 attendees last December, and we are expecting the same number this year," he said. Over 360 employees in 11 divisions work in the yard.
Oo Lwin Pyin full of people to the flower festival
Known as the Flower Town and in the municipality of Pyin Oo Lwin in the Mandalay region, Pyin Oo Lwin is often flooded by people from all over Myanmar. The majority of our guests first visit the National Kandawgyi Garden, where the yearly flower festival takes place, before continuing to other important places like the Maha Kanhtookantha Pagoda, the Paikchinmyaung Maha Nandamu Grotto, the Maha Sutaungpyae Pagoda made of stripes of marble, the Chinese Temple and the Pwekaukfall.
"We came in a group from the Bago region," said one of the visitors. First we went to the flower festival and now we will be visiting all the important places of the city. Going home we go to the Maha Muni Buddha picture in the Mandalay region," said one of the visitors. Mandalay to Pyin Oo Lwin Road is 42 mile.
You can reach PyinOoLwin by car or rail. Snorkelling Pyin Oo Lwin lies 3,506 ft (1,069 metres) above the north-east of the Mandalay region.
Phyyin Oo Lwin is preparing for the flower festival
On December 15th, the tenth flower festival will take place in the Kandawgyi National Park, Pyin Oo Lwin, with 37 different plant varieties and about 150,000 blooming trees and shrubs, followed by the eleventh Flower Festival. The festival organizers say it will show more genuine cathedrals by decreasing the use of fake cathedrals.
Approximately 200,000 visitors attend the festival and the admission prices are around 1,000 Ks per each. "Approximately 30 percent of the flower was destroyed by strong rains. The festival has been postponed because of the problems with the cultivation," says the spokeswoman. Types from Thailand and China have reached the festival grounds with around 85,000 specimens and 60,000 in other parts of the reserve.
The flower show forms a tart for the 10-year centenary. On December 25 and 26, the festival will feature performers Sai Sai Sai Kham Leng, J-Me, Snare, Bunny Phyo, Nine One, Sandy Myint Lwin, Ni Ni Khin Zaw, R Zarni, Big Bag, Wanted, Idiots and Rockers Zaw Win Htut and the Emperor Band.