Pyin Oo Lwin
Mandalay
Myanmar:Travel prohibited
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4.4/5
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Mountain
Moe WaiNice place for all.Both early morning sunrise and Night life at Mandalay hill are enjoyable.
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4.4/5
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Palace
Dominickwhen you buy a ticket, do not take a taxi. can walk 5 minutes. old building, nothing special
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Bridge
_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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4.5/5
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Historical Site
Ancient Pagoda
乐天1108✨Myanmar travel must punch card 01|Kuthodaw Paya📍 detailed address: 62nd St, 10/11, Mandalay Mandalay🚗 Transportation strategy: It is most convenient to pack a tutu car and visit the surrounding attractions. 🕙Opening hours: 7:30-19:00 ⌚️ Time reference: 0.5-1 hour 💰Ticket price: Mandalay travel pass, 10 dollars per ticket, valid for 5 days I was shocked as soon as I entered, and I looked closely at the Burmese text, giving people a mysterious feeling. The scriptures enshrined here are more sacred, and the scene is so big that I am really impressed. There is a stone tablet scripture carved in the 729 pagodas. It is said that if a person reads 8 hours a day, it will take 450 days to finish reading these "books". The scale is unique in the Buddhist world. From a distance, a large swath of white brushing is even more breathtaking. 📌Small Tips: Myanmar is really not suitable for measuring by footsteps. It is necessary to charter a car to travel. You can prepare pictures of scenic spots in advance to facilitate communication with the driver.
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4.5/5
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Historical Architecture
Palace
Kavitha SubramaniamA visit to Mandalay is incomplete without a stop (and wander) through this stunning teak monastery. Built in the 19th-century, the teak carvings depicting Buddhist life are stunning.
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Temple
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.