Mandalay is the second largest city after Yangon and the last captial of Myanmar’s monarchy. It is located at 668km north from Yangon. The city was founded in 1857 by King Mindon. Mandalay is well konwn as the centre of Myanmar cutlure and famous for the wonderful Mandalay Royal Palace surrounding by the findly built Palace Walls and wooden pavilions city gates and its assocaiation with royal moat.
There are many places of interest in Mandalay such as the glories Mahamuni Pagoda, Kuthodaw Pagoda known as the world’s Biggest Book for its stone slabs off Buddhist scriptures and Mandalay Hill, avantage point for panoramic view of city. Other Tour highlights are traditional silk weaving & gold leaves making; Shwenandaw Monastery noted for its exquisite wood carvings; Kyauktawgyi Pagoda a large Budda Image carved of a single block of marble.
Inle lake is the most famous scenic spot in Shan State. An immense lake of fantastic splendour which measures 22.4km long and 10.2 km wide is closely surronded by the hazy blue mountain ranges located about 900 metres above sea-level and 30 km south Taunggyi.Read More
Yangon is a city of golden spires, busy markets, colonial style buildings and charming & gracious people is well known as Rangoon before. It is the capital of Myanmar and the centre of the country’s administration and economy.Read More