Mandalay
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_We***95This was a top place to see a sunrise orsunset. You can take a boat ride or just take in the sights of the Myanmar people around you.
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Moe WaiNice place for all.Both early morning sunrise and Night life at Mandalay hill are enjoyable.
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Dominickwhen you buy a ticket, do not take a taxi. can walk 5 minutes. old building, nothing special
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RichardFriends who don’t like history, humanities and religions will find Myanmar very boring. It’s barefoot and kowtow everywhere, but if you can first do some strategies to understand the past and present of this great Buddha, you will feel that millions of people have treated him through the ages. Fighting or worshipping, the mood when you come here will definitely be very different... The thick gold on the Buddha is the hard work of the Burmese believers and the power of faith.
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渭南松赞干布The Mahajanayan Monastery is located in the ancient city of Amarapura in Mandalay, near U Bein Bridge. It is an important Buddhist college in Myanmar with a history of more than 60 years. There are nearly a thousand monks who have been practicing for a long time here, and there are many short-term monks. Wealthy people send their children here to practice for a few years before going to school, which is regarded as paying money here. The most famous feature of the monastery is the monk meal for thousands of people at 10:30 every morning. The monks lined up neatly in two rows in the courtyard, begging for alms to the place where the food was distributed, and the lunch was simple vegetarian food. Then they walked to the restaurant to eat, showing their right arm during the meal. All food for the monks is provided by local believers.
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想想冬至If Mandalay is a modern city (in fact, Mandalay, where construction sites and scaffolding are everywhere, is indeed in a thriving development), the charm of the historical sites around the city far exceeds Mandalay itself. Among them is the ancient city of Invar, which is full of rustic charm. The ancient city of Inwa in history has become the capital of Myanmar four times (and the Upper Burma area is often referred to as the "Invar Kingdom"). From this simple figure, we can see the complex emotional attitudes of the rulers of the past dynasties. , Love and hate, hard to leave. Rich history aside, here is still an isolated village sparsely dotted with ruins, temples and pagodas. Compared with the prosperity of Mandalay, it looks so quiet, primitive and mysterious. To reach the ancient city of Invar, a ferry is essential. Although only a few minutes' voyage, this mode of transportation puts Invar on a veil of mystery. The man at the helm of our ferry is a little brother with a neat row of teeth, but the betel nut has painted them yellow and black. However, this does not hinder the infectiousness of his smile-clean, direct, and sincere. When traveling in the ancient city, horse-drawn carriages are the first choice for most tourists. Of course, people with more energy and energy will choose bicycles because they can visit more secluded villages and discover surprises and beauty beyond the regular routes of horse-drawn carriages. The main attractions of Inwa include Baogaya Temple, Nammin, Maha Angmei Temple, etc. However, there will be many ancient temples and old city walls hidden among street trees along the way, although they have been abandoned for many years Although it is ruined, it is more interesting and charming. Rice fields can be seen everywhere in the ancient city of Invar, lush and vibrant, just like this country, although it was once devastated, there is still a future for Nirvana.

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About Mandalay

Mandalay is the is the second-largest city, the last royal capital of Burma, and the economic hub of Upper Burma. It is located 716km (445 mile) north of Yangon on the east bank of the Irrawaddy River and is considered the center of Burmese culture. Mandalay is primarily used by travelers as a transport and day-trip hub, but the hot, bustling city has a few sights of its own including Amarapura, Mandalay palace, and U Bein Bridge.

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29 Sep, 2021
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Thunder with Rain
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30 Sep, 2021
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29 Sep, 2021 Mandalay Weather: Thunder with Rain, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 86%, Sunrise/Sunset: 05:56/17:56
Mandalay Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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