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Activities in Mandalay, Burma Myanmar
A number of places of interest in Mandalay and its surroundings, some of which can be reached by bike, some by ferry and some by motorized traffic, make it difficult at first sight to summarize the period here in a consistent program. With our two days trip, you will optimize your Mandalay experience and your travel expenses without haste.
Learn more about the two-day Mandalay route. Constructed by King Mindon between 1857 and 1859 and bequeathed to King Thibaw before the Spanish Empire, Mandalay Palace was the last Myanmar King Cadadel to..... More about Mandalay Palace. and more. Mandalay King's Palace's only preserved historic edifice is Shwenandaw Monastery, also known as the Golden Palace Cloister.
For the first time as part of the King's Palast in Amarapura..... Learn more about Shwenandaw Kyaung or the Golden Castle Monastery. The 240-metre high mound with towers and palaces rises to the north east of Mandalay Palace and offers a comprehensive 360-degree view of the entire area. All over the hometown friars join the photographs, worshipers, lovers and sunsets on Mandalay Mountain....
More about Mandalay Hill. Actually, the biggest "book" in the whole wide globe is in Mandalay in the Kuthodaw Pagoda. More about Kuthodaw and Sandamuni Pagoden. More about Mahamuni Paya. One of Burma's most famous landmarks is its historic building, the Tag U Bein Bridge, which stretches across the picturesque Taungthaman Lake. andalay and its nearby antique towns have a wealth of rides and sunsets, but if you only have enough in Mandalay, it should.....
More about U Bein Bridge. More about Artisan Workshop and Showroom. Mandalay's central square, Zay Cho, is located in an ugly five-storey brickwork and cement house with a shabby tungsten-lit inner space. However, the square, also known as Ze Cho or Zegyo, is still imposing due to its dimensions and deserves a look inside if you are in this part of the city.
More about Zay Cho Music. Mandalay's Java Fair is probably the most interesting for the traveler who visits the cityscape. Learn more about the Jerade or Mahar Aung Myay-Mart. Once a busy metropolis, Amarapura is the youngest of the old capitals around Mandalay and is home to some of the most spectacular monuments such as the graves of King Bodawpaya, the Shwezaga Pagoda and the longest tea tree viaduct in the world:
More about Amarapura. Directly south-west of Mandalay and across the Ayeyarwaddy River, the slopes of the old capitol city Sagaing, sometimes also called Mini-Bagan, are decorated with golden and silver coloured raglanine. Learn more about Legaing. From the demise of Bagan in the fourteenth and mid-nineteenth centuries, the town of Inwa, known as Ava, was the Burmese center of politics.
Nowadays, the atmospheric site is made up of old shrines and stupas in various stages of deterioration, spread over a rural environment of arable land and towns. More about Inwa (Ava). Forth of Mandalay's nearby old capital cities, Mingun has some great sanctuaries, plus a splendid Ayeyarwaddy cruise to them.
It' usually not on the organized trip through the old main cities, which includes Amarapura, Inwa and Sagaing, but it is the simplest and least expensive one you can do alone. More about Mingun. Two to three get-togethers in Burma's capitol of culture offer not only an important historical hour, but also some of the country's most famous photographic sites.
More about Great photography spot. Mandalay and its surroundings are often charming under the ground. This shallow, comfortable area is a good opportunity for those who love the breeze in their coat and like to sweat a little, to discover and live it.....
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