Thứ Bảy, 12 tháng 5, 2018

To Do List burma – 5 Most good Way to to discover Mandalay Charm City

Mandalay is one of the best charm city tours in burma you should adventure when you come this country. Like many things, you should do include: eating road foods, get to attractive sites, find out featured traditions, etc. To build a “to do list Burma” is a ought to not miss any interesting things on your journey. Let’s realize some great “candidates” for your list.

1. Enjoy the road food of Mandalay

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Top delicious Mandalay street foods you should try – Photo: Miss Tam Chiak

The best way to explore Mandalay street foods is going on two wheels that you could stop wherever you such as. I love to wandering around and stop whenever I find some things catch my eyes. One of the best things about Burma’s cuisine is that after enjoying the food, you will relax a free tea, Mandalay’s mouth-watering dishes that will make you unforgettable during your trip. It be able to be a large waste if you don’t put this activity on your “to do list Burma”

2. Explore Amarapura and U Bein Bridge

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U Bein bridge in sunset – Photo: John Einar Sandvand

Amarapura used to be the capital of burma in the past in burma adventure map. Today, the old capital is best popular its silk products, Maha Gandhayon Kyaung Monastery and U Bein – the longest teakwood bridge in the world.

Wishing to realize the sunset on the U Bein bridge, I came to this bridge in the afternoon. But unluckily, it rained heavily; the sky is too gray to see the sunset and no one came to this bridge in that bad weather. However, this is probably the moment you are not easy to find, so I decided to go over the bridge, and it was a really nice experience.

Back in Amarapura, my stop was Maha Gandhayon Kyaung Monastery. At about 10 am every day, tremendous young monks from Maha Gandhayon Kyaung monastery stand in line to beg for alms. This activity was seen in Luang Prabang, Laos. However, each destination gives me different emotions. If you are silent wondering “what to do in Myanmar”, you should give this destination a try.

3. Relax the landscape from Sagaing Hill

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Sagaing Hill – Photo: Jianchang

Sagaing is the outer part of Mandalay; you have to cross the Ayeyarwady River to come there. Sagaing is especially renowned for its hill called Sagaing Hill – one of the main Buddhist centers in myanmar, which houses over 600 monasteries and towers, and 6,000 monks and nuns. It is one of the most well known sites that put on “to do list Burma” of many tourists.

On the way to the top of the hill, you have to overcome many small stupas and also bring quite long time as the myanmar visit guide. However, when you get to the top, you will take a good scenery down below.

4. Take a boat trip to visit Inwa

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Inwa – the secret Burmese capital – Photo: visit turtle

Inwa, along with Amarapura and Sagaing are the three oldest cities in burma AKA the best places to visit in myanmar. You have to sail from the banks of the Ayeyarwady River to get there. The road through the river is quite rough, so most tourists visit by carriage. Just such as most other ancient cities of myanmar, you will be attracted by the majestic temples, with featured architecture and attractive sight here.

5. Visiting Mingun antique village

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Mingun ancient village – Photo: Shingun

The final but not least fancy destination in “to do list Burma” is Mingun antique village. It is about 11km from Mandalay, you be able to get there by street but most of you get to by river. Ferries to Mingun each day only one trip, departing 8h30 and return at 13h for a fare of 4,500 kyat/person (about 2 USD). If you want more flexible time, you be able to rent a personal ferry for about $ 30.

It is the best places to find in burma, as it houses many of Burma’s most important historical monuments, most notably the Mingun Pahtodawgyi ruins built of red brick which if completed will be the largest brick Buddhist architecture in the world with a planned height of 150m. It was started building between 1790 and 1797 under King Bodawpaya, but due to economic weakness, this splendid work was halted and was left unfinished after the king’s death in 1813.