An incredible destination, Myanmar, you can’t miss this place from your “to go” list. Here are several top attractions in Myanmar. Golden Rock, or Kyaiktiyo Zedi as it is known locally, is a totally awesome sight: a pagoda (zedi) sitting atop a huge boulder that appears as if it’s about to fall off the edge of a cliff. Both are covered in golf leaf. The locals believe the boulder, which sits 1,100 meters (3,600 feet) above sea level, is held in place through a miracle of Buddha; the pagoda is said to contain a strand of his hair. Visiting here is a pilgrimage for Myanmar Buddhists. Golden Rock is about a five-hour drive from Yangon, and also involves a long walk. A staircase leads to the pagoda complex that houses several viewing platforms and Buddha shrines.
Located not far from Bagan (about 30-minute flight from Bagan), Mandalay is another beautiful place to visit in Myanmar. Previously, it used to be the capital of ancient Myanmar and now is a city of chaos, smoke, and dust. Whenever you plan for a Myanmar vacation, Mandalay may not the first priority. Nevertheless, just travel here one time, it will never fail to captivate your soul with the majestic beauty of the sacred temples, then you would be definitely amazed by the true beauty of this land when you leave the bustling downtown to visit the architectural wonders. Mahamuni Buddha image, Shwenandaw, Kuthodaw and the complex architecture of Mandalay Hill are the main tourist attractions of Mandalay. Especially, the most prominent site in this city U Bein Bridge which is located in a historic village in Amarapura and considered the longest teak wooden bridge. From here, the most brilliant photography works of sunsets have been being established widely to the world.
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Everyone around the world has probably heard the name Mandalay Palace. It’s quite common in popular culture and is even the name of a resort and casino in Las Vegas. But you may not know that this was once the palace of the last Burmese Kingdom before British colonialism. For this reason, the Mandalay Royal Palace is one of the top tourist attractions in Burma. When you arrive in Mandalay, the palace is in the centre of the city surrounded by a giant moat that stretches for 2 kilometres on each of its four sides. If you want to go inside, be aware that it can take several hours to walk around the perimeter. So, you want to make sure you know where the entrance is! Watching the sunrise or sunset over the walls of Mandalay Palace is an unforgettable experience.