AnnalyssaThe area around Sule is amazing. theres maha bandula park, which is a great place to chill and relax. Maha bandula street is full of amazing street food. theres also some beautuful colonial buildings in the neighborhood, and the beautiful white government building as well. Sule pogada is beautiful, with white and gold everywhere.
M30***76On the Royal Lake, you can see the most distinctive royal mandarin duck boat in Myanmar, also known as the Karaweik Palace. It looks magnificent during the day, and the lights are bright and reflected at night. It is an important place for Burmese state banquets and major theatrical performances. Royal Lake is like a fairyland on earth. I like it very much!
This is one of the places where to hang out with friends. Especially, you can see many couples out there and can get fresh air as well. #inyalake #inyakanbaung
Seeing such a locomotive, I can't help but think of the scene of "Busan", but Myanmar is not like India, it is still very orderly by train.
Speaking of order, the door is open on both sides, you can also go out of the platform and go to the other side where there are few people to get on the bus. Remember to keep the ticket that is as thin as a flap, although it costs only 1.5 yuan, but someone will check the ticket when you get on the bus. On the ring train, I thought it could open counterclockwise as I thought, and then arrived at the hotel. I never thought that the train would be back after the station arrived. I was helpless, because even if I got off the bus, you didnt know where the next one was going, and whether it was at the main station and went back.
Not long ago, the Myanmar Times reported that Japans Mitsubishi and Hitachi invested 20 million to improve Myanmars domestic railway system, including this and Mandalay-Range, and Wens tail did not forget to compare the Chinese high-speed rail projects run-down in Myanmar. . Such an improvement is estimated to be to move the old trains that have been eliminated to Myanmar. No wonder it seems so familiar.
The train station is always separate or reunion, will you choose to sit back to the origin?
Yangon Yang-on, the city seems to be calling itself. In the market full of pyrotechnics, watching the sunset in the bustling port, my heart slowly calms down. The smile of the little girl in the Chinese Temple is too cured, and there is a courage of 1 second to shave.
Walking into Yangon, the old capital of Myanmar, you will enter the most authentic and dynamic Myanmar. It is like a complex melting pot, ancient buildings, and modern life, intertwined to show all aspects of life in Myanmar.
The morning light of Yangon Street is exceptionally quiet. A woman is feeding the pigeons on the side of the road, and the bells in the temple are in the distance. The old colonial buildings made the city colorful.
Street wall paint
The buddhist Buddhist culture experience
KHAKHATWAIN is Myanmar's most authoritative Buddhist college and one of the three Buddhist monasteries in Myanmar. Because there are 1,200 monk students who believe in the Hindu Buddhism in this Buddhist college, they are also known as the Thousand Buddhas College.
For many tourists, the biggest highlight here is the vegetarian lunch scene at 11am every day, thousands of monks practicing, they are neatly led by the master. The team, hanging on the edge of the shackles, followed by one, went to the atrium of the college for collectiveization, aiming to thank the local people for the meals.
The crowd of mermaid enters. There is a dragonfly hanging on the chest of the monk. Some of them are silver and some are black bakelite. Many monks still hold the pen and the pen.
When the bells of the monastery ring in the morning, the vegetarian lunch begins. The Hinayana Buddhism stipulates that only two meals a day, no lunch, but the sorghum of the Hinayana Buddhism can eat three clean meats, that is, non-self-killing, non-my killing, not killing me. Before entering the dining room, the monks began to accept the gift of the donor, and the tourists could also serve the monk. In the restaurant, the youngest monk, their table is at the end.
The dining room has five rows of dining tables, six rows on the right and five rows on the left. Each table has five people, five dishes and one soup, and one pot of tea. The eggs are six.
Myanmar Buddhism Culture Brief:
Myanmar is a country with a strong religious consciousness. Monks wearing crepe can be seen anywhere in Myanmar. There are more than 10 million monks in Myanmar, and one in 300 is a monk or a nun. Every man in Myanmar must be a monk at a certain age, and only then can the society recognize his adult. In Myanmar, the freedom of being a monk is also free. The age of Burmese is usually around 10 years old, and the time of being a monk is as short as 7 days. The time to choose to be a monk can also be months, years, or even lifelong. For the monks, the deaf can teach them to get the necessities of food, clothes, shelter, medicines, etc. in the simplest way, and let them know how to be content and to cultivate their hearts.
11 am to eat time
5 pm chanting time
The Yangon Ring Road Railway has been in operation for more than a hundred years. Due to lack of maintenance, the railway has been deserted. The little train just entered the station and the crowd was surrounded. Because of the high compartment, one Burmese carried the cage and the other hand grabbed the doorknob to climb the carriage. It takes 3 hours for a small train to travel around the city. You only need about 1 yuan to buy a ticket to get a trip around the city. There are a lot of people on the train, tourists who take pictures with their cameras, students who carry school bags to go to school, and Buddhist monks. The most interesting people are the traders who shuttle between the various compartments. They carry a variety of goods in the basket, and they eat, wear and use everything. The little train swayed all the way, and the people in the car chatted with the rhythm and stayed. Perhaps this is the right way to take a small train.
On the corner of Yangon's roadside, there will be a few large clay pots: this is the water that the Burmese people who believe in good deeds prepare for passers-by, and thirsty people can drink as much as they like. Walk into the night market and get close to the life of the Burmese.
Night is coming, the barbecue stalls in the night market are full of fireworks, and the Burmese people love to eat barbecue. Pushing the car to sell betel nuts and small food vendors; in the night market, the shaved shop, the barber carefully takes the mirror to show the guests the satisfaction of the cut; the roadside food stalls, the idle boring man, pick up the phone and I am shooting A family of four, sitting on a low stool at the mouth of the food stall, this is their dinner today; the old monk wearing the pipa, and the little girl selling rice in the rice shop asked about the current price of rice.
The female stall owner of the food stall stood on a stool and hung a lamp; the little brother selling betel nut, patiently subcontracted, chewing betel nut is the favorite of Burmese, although it caused most people to have black teeth. But I am not tired of it; the carts selling lottery tickets along the street are the hopes of the hard-working people.