mandalay

Looking for the best sights at Mandalay? Well, this is a list of beautiful and exceptional sceneries that can be observed at this point. Truly, the loveliness of Mandalay is one of a kind and it is really giving millions of people inspiration by its attractiveness.
Firstly recommended is the Mandalay Hill, Mingun, Amarapura, Sagain Hill. From the base to the top, you go by a lot of platforms where Buddha images are kept. The rise takes 30 minutes, on the top there is a temple covered with small mirror shards. On the edge of the cliff, there are many chairs where you can sit and enjoy the sun set. One of the best sun set spots indeed is located exactly here. The entire hill is sacred so everyone should take their shoes off at the bottom. After sunset, everyone should come down quickly as it gets dark there rapidly. A torch is recommended if you have one.
There is also this Mandalay Fort. It is a large fort occupying north east part of town.
All buildings were destroyed during the World War II and some have been reconstructed with solid materials. In the middle of the fort, there is Palace museum and fair ground.
Atumashi Kyaung is also at the list, located at North East from the Fort, at the bottom of the hill. This was built in 1857 by King Mindon and scorched down in 1980 that is why only a small part is remaining.
Shwe Nandaw Kyaung which is a wooden structure that was originally built in the palace compound in 1880 and was later relocated to its current location is also in at the list. At present it serves as a museum housing wooden carvings. The list also includes Kuthodaw Pagoda, which is built in 1857 by King Mindon and it houses more than 700 stone plates of Buddhism.
Khaunghmudaw Pagoda which was built in 1636 by King Thalun and was Famous for 46m dorm is also included at the list of sights in Mandalay. According to the legend, it was built with the image of the Queen’s breast. Together also with Sagaing Hill which is called Little Bagan is a hill filled with pagodas.
Sandamuni Pagoda, Kyauktawgyi Pagoda, Mandalay Museum, Mahamuni Pagoda, Shwekyimyin Pagoda, Kywezun(Buffalo Point), Kyathiha Pagoda, Ava(Inwa), Sagaing Hill, Mingun, Monywa, Thanboddhay Temple are also on the list.
These are only teasers to the greatness and beauty that the Sight of Mandalay can offer. What more if you can visit it personally? Come on!

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