Mandalay Palace in Mandalay, Myanmar is one of the most famous icon and landmark in Mandalay. It is a massive compound surrounded by wall. This historical buidling offers so much from culture to the architecture design which I love it very much. It certainly a must place to go of you are in Mandalay. #wintergetaway
The Mandalay Palace, the last feudal dynasty of Myanmar's "Gongbang Dynasty", seems to have seen the time here;
Mandalay Palace, the palace has two places to be, one is high After the thirty-three-meter watchtower climbs a hundred and twenty-level stairs, it will take a bird's eye view of the entire palace and the city of Mandalay. Another must-see place is the museum, where the items used by the king of Myanmar, a small number of furniture, photographs, etc., are the only places where you can learn about the history of Myanmar.
The palace is small in size, but there are many buildings inside. There are a large palace, a living room, a large harem inhabited by the emperor, and a red wall in Jinwa, all of which are of Burmese style. There are no furnishings. Inside is the Museum of Ancient Burmese Culture, which displays the costumes, supplies and Buddhist art of the court. The entire palace is square and wooden structure. There are 104 temples in the palace. The buildings are mainly red and gold. The distance is dazzling and magnificent, and the gallery is beautiful.
The whole palace is square, wooden structure, the building is mainly red and gold, the view is dazzling and dazzling, and the gallery is beautiful.
The front hall is magnificent, and the harem is a red building. The red building white bar, there is a bit of fun under the blue sky. It is suitable for a white dress, leaving beautiful photos here.
When taking pictures in the apse, we also met tour groups from other parts of Myanmar. When we saw that we were taking pictures, maybe which star is it? A group of people took a cell phone around me and patted it, so hey. The
Imperial Palace tour must wait for the wooden watchtower next to it. The entire palace is unobstructed and is the best place to shoot. There are also several white Western buildings here. Restored the architectural features of the 19th century Imperial Palace. Very interesting.
Overview from the tower, the entire palace has a panoramic view, Zhuwa Jinbian, neatly and without change, in the green trees, there is always an exotic feature. Unfortunately, apart from this replica of the palace, nowhere else in the Imperial City can be visited. Very sorry.
The Mandalay Palace is square, with a length and width of 2,000 meters. The houses on the palace square are progressively divided into two parts. The east is a man, the west is a son-in-law, and the two are between the two temples. The lion's throne of the sacred king is placed high in the middle. The hall below the throne is the steps of the king's ceremonies and the local halls and thrones of the foreign ambassadors, symbolizing the high power of the king. The inner hall behind the throne enshrines the statue of "Nate" - "Mahajiri". "Nate" is a god of Myanmar. There are natural gods of heaven, earth, mountains, water, etc., as well as ancestors of families and tribes, and even slaves. "Mahajiri" blessed the imperial and royal generation for peace and prosperity.
The Mandalay Palace was originally the palace of the tributary dynasty in Myanmar and was completed in 1859. The entire palace is square in shape and is made of wood. There are 104 temples in the palace. The buildings are mainly red and gold. The museum in the Mandalay Palace shows the story of the Burmese dynasty, displaying many items, furniture and clothing used by the king. Inside the Mandalay Palace there is a watchtower overlooking the Royal Palace and Mandalay Street.