多多This is an unfinished pagoda, so all you can see is a huge pagoda base. You can only imagine its finished version, it will be huge! There is nothing to do in this place, just walk around and take a good look at the past works. I bought a full-day tour of the ancient city and took a taxi to this place. The boat departs from "Mingun Pier" at 9 am, it is best to get there 20 minutes early, and the return ticket is 5000 kyats. Once you arrive at Mingun, there is an entrance fee of 5000 kyats. Mingun has many interesting temples/sites and even a bell tower. Don't miss the Simbi Mae Pagoda!
angelaThe mountainside of Sagaing Mountain is full of pagodas, and the mountain road is rugged. It takes a lot of time and energy to climb from the bottom of the mountain. However, the view from the top of the mountain is very good, with a view of the small mountains. The trees are shaded with pagodas, which has a unique flavor and is worth visiting
Seba_zhouThere is a famous attraction in the ancient city of Mingun in Myanmar, that is Mingun Big Bell. Not far from the Mingong Pagoda, there is also the largest clock in use in the world-Mingong Big Clock. It is 8 meters high, 5 meters in diameter, and weighs 90.55 tons. Give a little donation to the person who takes care of the big clock, or you can ring the big clock yourself with a wooden stick.
武汉老龙Sampoda Sea Tower (Fairy Tale Temple), no temple is so rich in color and full of happiness. Too shocking and beautiful, the visit is free, you have to pay to enter the hall, five-star recommendation
Pahtodawgyi in Myanmar is the place where Mingun Pagoda is located. It was supposed to be the biggest pagoda in the world but they stopped building the pagida because of a prophecy. This is now a ruin but this broken pagoda holds so much beauty in it. #wintergetaway
The number of temple towers in Myanmar can make the world's tourists feel shocked. For outsiders, it is difficult to remember their names one by one in the face of almost identical temple towers. But there is an "alternative" Mingong stupa, whose unique "castle" structure has made many people deeply remember it.
Myanmar is a country with a long history. The glory of the past has left many ancient buildings on its land, attracting people from all over the world to experience its cultural charm. However, you can know that at that time, as the most powerful Minggong dynasty, it was regrettable to leave a "unfinished building".
Mingon Pagoda is an unfinished palace built by King Mengyun of Myanmar for his queen and one of the largest brick buildings in the world. However, despite the fact that the Gongbang Dynasty was rich and powerful, this huge pagoda was terminated by the death of the king. However, this magnificent project, built with bricks and only 50 meters high, is still the largest ancient pagoda in Myanmar, and still exudes the domineering power of the royal pagoda.
Although Mingon is the farthest town in the four ancient cities of Mandalay, it is famous for its huge clock. Every day, visitors to this world's largest clock have become Mingon, and even Mandalay's biggest attraction. The Mingong Big Bell has undoubtedly become the brightest "one star" in the ancient city of Mingon.
Sometimes the incompleteness is also a different kind of beauty. As the most classic millennium endless project of Mingong-Minggong Stupa, it is the famous monument of Mingong Dazhong. And it is a world clock that is still in use so far.
Minggong big clock, 8 meters high, 5 meters in diameter and weighs 90 tons. Originally planned to be placed on the Minggong Pagoda after the repair, but because the stupa was not completed, it had to be hung in the pavilion next to it. Later, an earthquake, the wooden beam of the wall clock was damaged, the big clock was intact. It was preserved, but it was quietly on the ground for decades.
Mingong Dazhong, once the largest clock in the world still in use, has a history of more than two hundred years. Although the world's first laurel has been replaced by the good luck bell of China's Henan Pingdingshan weighing 116 tons. Even today, even if it is rusty, it still fulfills the mission of the bell, and the bell-talker of the thick bells rings the good wishes of the bell.
Located on the north side of Mandalay Central Market, Sagaing Hill is an important attraction of Mandalay. Different from other mountain ranges, this mountain has more than 600 temples, more than 6,000 monks and nuns, and half of the ring temples on the top. Therefore, it became a well-deserved Buddhist worship site in Myanmar. Surrounded by forests on the Sagaing Mountains, the golden and white stupas are scattered in the green trees of the mountains. Under the illumination of the sun, the golden sparkling golden light and the pure white light of the jade are embellished in the green sea on the Sagaing Mountains. In the serenity, there is a fantastic beauty of a dazzling "mirage". Sagaing Hill has both steep steps and steep mountain steps. There are also Lushan Roads where you can drive. We are in front of the temple on the top of the mountain. On the top of the mountain is a golden Song Wu Peng Ya Xin Temple, which is said to contain two Buddha tooth relics. The golden stupa of the whole body shines in the sun, exuding a king's domineering.
"Mingong Big Bell" used to be the world's largest clock. The big clock is 8 meters high, the largest diameter is 5 meters, and it weighs 90.55 tons. It was originally intended to be placed in the Mingong Pagoda. The king saw that the pagoda could not be completed on time. The bell hangs in the pavilion. According to the locals, two large ships were activated when the big clock was transported. More than two hundred years of mottled years have added endless vicissitudes to Mingong Dazhong, which also carries the legendary story of the ancient city of Mingon.
The time here seems to have flowed back to the last century. The pace of life here is slow and makes people forget the passage of time.
Here, it's easy to get back the patience and long-lost simple happiness that has been lost in your heart. Among the simple villages, happy people live. On the beautiful tree-lined path, there is always a lot of laughter and laughter; this is Jessica, guarding a rare joy.
The boy in white fluttering, walks lightly on the way to school, curious eyes, revealing touching happiness. The houses of Jessah are mostly made up of wooden structures. Quietly sitting on the beautiful Igvardy River. Although there are no tall buildings, there are no modern facilities. But this simple house, leisurely life, constitutes another wonderful life.
For the youngsters who are about to become monks, this is the most sacred moment in their lives; for the family behind the teenagers, this is the largest team, the happiest day.
It is a very rare and beautiful experience to sit on the jungle train from Sembo to Bamo. The train also needs to be manually commanded manually. The train traversed the mountain peaks and galloped through the vast green farmland. Among the villages along the way, the quaint wooden cottages and golden stupas are unforgettable.
From Sagaing's provincial capital to the western mountainous region, it has experienced one of the most difficult roads. The dirt road on the way became very muddy and sticky because of the rain. Entering this road, almost all vehicles are unable to pass.
It took two days to finish the 100-kilometer road. This road is an unforgettable experience, and it also makes people feel the enthusiasm and friendliness of the Sangwon people in Myanmar. They will take the initiative to help the vehicles in difficulty. More villagers took the cattle out of the house and pulled the vehicles trapped in the quagmire.
This road is an unforgettable experience, and it also makes people feel the enthusiasm and friendliness of the Sangwon people in Myanmar. They will take the initiative to help the vehicles in difficulty. More villagers took the cattle out of the house and pulled the vehicles trapped in the quagmire. An off-road vehicle was also caught in a quagmire. The local villagers feet were placed in muddy roads and they were pushing the vehicles forward. After the most difficult part of the road, I turned over a small hill and finally saw the gathering of people.
Although the area of Ishizawa is not large. However, it is already alive and well compared to the desolateness along the way. The children in the next store greeted the outsiders with enthusiasm.
In the southwest of Mandalay, across the Irrawaddy River, there is a small town called Sagaing. The small town is built on the hills of the Real, next to the Irrawaddy River. In 1287, Kublais Mongolian army invaded Burma and ended the Bagan Dynasty. After that, several small Yi nationalities appeared in central Myanmar, and the Sagaing Kingdom was one of them. It was established from 1315, and was annexed by the Ava Dynasty in 1364. The Sagaing Dynasty only existed for forty-nine years, and in the forty-nine years of the Supreme dynasty, the Sagaing Dynasty was true. All cities are capitals. Moreover, after the annexation of the Sava dynasty, the Awa Dynasty also used Sagaing as its successor to the Taiwanese capital or the seal of the older prince, and during the reign of the second king of the tributary dynasty, Sagaing became the city. The residence of the royal family for three years. Of course, soon after, Sagaing Hill was submerged in the long river of history.
Transportation: Go to Sagaing Hill, you can take the motor to reach the foot of the mountain, then contract tricycle tour
ticket: Tickets are included in Mingon - Sagaing ticket, 3 US dollars / piece, valid within 5 days
open Time: 7
Walking into the sea of Pagoda, it is hard not to be shocked by its exquisite appearance, imaginative and varied colors.
Blue sky and white clouds and luxurious golden stupa make every visitor shocked. The elaborately carved palace is a religious belief in Buddhism. Time is always here at this moment, waiting quietly here. When I first saw such a delicate building, I couldnt help but respect it.