It's a bit old and the lighting is not enough, but when it comes to collections, it is very rich. There are a large number of exhibits on display from prehistoric fossils to various dynasties to modern times. The exhibits can see the development of Myanmar culture, but cannot be photographed.More
It's a bit old and the lighting is not enough, but when it comes to collections, it is very rich. There are a large number of exhibits on display from prehistoric fossils to various dynasties to modern times. The exhibits can see the development of Myanmar culture, but cannot be photographed.
National Museum, the first floor introduces the language and traditional national cultural relics of Myanmar. Before I left, I tried to learn some basic Burmese, but then I could only learn hello and thank you. The syllable of a single word in Burmese is very long and it is super difficult to remember. Moreover, the writing of Burmese is called moon script, because there are circles everywhere, it is also super difficult to remember. I tried to memorize the consonant writing once, the next day Forget the light, let alone how to assemble the vowel and the medial sound... Burmese, Thai, Khmer, and Lao scripts are based on the same writing system. Therefore, the result of not being converted into Latin Roman alphabet is the relatively high learning threshold. This exhibition only made me feel that I wanted to give up the motivation to learn languages from the beginning. Others include decorations, costumes, performing arts, paintings and living utensils. I think the five-story exhibition is quite rich, but do you like the content and themes of the exhibition too much. The curation of cultural relics should be more meticulous, instead of throwing them in and placing them in full. After all, a national museum should be more advanced. If all the collections are spread out without the concept of curation, this seems to be no different from some unlearned guys.