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Mandalay – Myanmar’s Cultural Capital with Many Interesting Tourist Trails

Mandalay – Myanmar’s Cultural Capital with Many Interesting Tourist Trails

Established as the royal capital of the last independent Burmese kingdom, Mandalay changed profiles from the commercial capital of British era to the multi-ethnic and contemporary city of the present day Myanmar. Hundreds of Hindu temples, Buddhist pagodas, monasteries and mosques dot the region which is also admired for offering cultural and adventure expeditions and some very pristine natural vistas, thereby catering to the diverse holiday moods.

Must-visit Heritage and Religious Sites

Maha Muni Pagoda: Popular for the 4 m. high gold Buddha statue adorned with precious gems.
The gorgeously gilded pagoda is known as the world’s largest book for accommodating 729 stunning white stupas with the sacred text from Tripitaka inscribed in stones.

Shwenandaw Monastery: The majestic teak wood structure with eye-pleasing carvings and authentic Burmese Architecture.

Mandalay Royal Palace: Known for the fabulous attractions like Lion Throne Room, Glass Palace, Royal Mint, Clock Tower, Relic Tower, Watch Tower, Royal Supreme Court and an array of Royal Mausoleums.
Buddha’s Tooth Relic Pagoda, Kyauktawgyi Pagoda, Maha Muni Pagoda, Sandamuni Paya and Atumashi Monastery are other equally charming structures.

Nature’s Delightful Facets

Mandalay Hill that lends its name to the city is a sacred mound offering spellbinding views of the rich countryside. Deed Doat Waterfall near the city is the perfect venue to admire serene nature. Mandalay’s scenic beauty is escalated by River Irrawaddy flowing by.

Nature’s Delightful Facets

Climb Mandalay Hill, Waterfall Hill or Sagaing Hill, known for its golden pagodas amidst lush greenery.
Rock climbing, mountain biking and caving are possible at these hills.
Puppet shows and cultural classical dance performances at the city’s theatres are absolutely entertaining.
Don’t miss the cuisines like Muslim Chinese noodles, fermented meats and vegetables and Htou Moun (the delectable dessert).
Look around for precious stones, gems, gold and silver jewellery, Chinese carpets and a variety of handicrafts.
Mandalay is indeed the bridge between ethnic and modern Myanmar. Don’t miss a visit to the city at any cost to explore the country’s royal, colonial and contemporary traits at one place.

  • Mandalay – Myanmar’s Cultural Capital with Many Interesting Tourist Trails
  • Must-visit Heritage and Religious Sites
  • Nature’s Delightful Facets
  • Nature’s Delightful Facets

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