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  • Tilawkaguru Cave Monastery - Sagaing
    produced richer more vivid mural paintings still can be seen in the Tilawkaguru Meditation Caves Tilawkaguru Cave Monastery Other Post Silver Smith Workshop Sagaing Shwe Mohtaw Pagoda Sagaing Yadanar Zedi Sinmyar Shin Pagoda Sagaing Umin Thonse Pagoda or 30 Caves Pagoda Sagaing Kaungmudaw Pagoda Sagaing Sagaing Hill Soon Oo Ponya Shin Pagoda Add to Favorites Make Home Page Back Top Recommendations for Myanmar tours Myanmar tour packages and travel services Tour themes All Myanmar Biking Tours Myanmar Trekking Tours Myanmar Adventure Tours Myanmar Classic Tours Grand Myanmar Tours Myanmar Family Tours Myanmar Photo Tours Myanmar Day Tours Best Myanmar Tours Duration All 1 Days 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days 5 Days 6 Days 7 Days 8 Days 9 Days 10 Days 11 Days 12 Days 13 Days 14 Days 15 Days 16 Days 17 Days 18 Days 19 Days 20 Days 21 Days 22 Days 23 Days 24 Days 25 Days 26 Days 27 Days 28 Days 29 Days 30 Days Price from All 100 USD 200 USD 300 USD 400 USD 500 USD 600 USD 700 USD 800 USD 900 USD 1000 USD 1100 USD 1200 USD 1300 USD 1400 USD 1500 USD 1600 USD 1700 USD 1800 USD 1900 USD 2000 USD 2100 USD 2200 USD 2300 USD 2400 USD 2500 USD 2600 USD 2700 USD 2800 USD 2900 USD 3000 USD Keyword Feature destinations Yangon Travel Sagaing Travel Bagan Travel Lake Inle Travel Mandalay Travel Monywa Travel View More WHY MYANMAR TOUR WITH US We are internationally registered well recognized We respond you within 12 hours Local experts true knowledge Our service is personalized customized at its best Easy to pay online Best customer care policy Committment to Satisfaction Professional Consultancy Unrivalled values MYANMAR TOURS CIAO ASIA TRAVEl CO LTD Add No 28 Vu Pham Ham

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  • Sagaing Myanmar, Sagaing Travel, Sagaing Travel Guide
    an egg or you may call onion and golden stupa This stupa was built by King Thalun in 1636 1648 to commemorate the re establishment of Inwa as the Shan capital The temple is particularly prominent as there are a number of Buddhist relics including reputedly part of Buddha s tooth and an emerald bowl The ritual hit holy umbrella on top of the stupa is also well known There are 802 stone pillars around the Pagoda plus 120 nat and deva spirit images placed around the circumference of the stupa The stupa is 46m high and has a 271 meter circumference and 10 126 552 bricks are meant to have been used in the construction of the vast stupa There is also a large white marble seated Buddha in a hollowed out base to the Pagoda The third place in Sagaing that you must visit is the Inwa Bridge This 1 kilometer long bridge also known as the Old Ava Bridge was built in 1934 by the British to connect Inwa to Sagaing It was used to be the longest bridge in Burma until the Thanlyin Bridge accomplished in 1993 Walking on the bridge and enjoy the beauty of Irrawaddy River and its dolphins as well as feeling the cool wind and seeing the blue of the sky are also great way to discover Sagaing About the eating places in Sagaing there are some famous names The first is Win Guest House a nice and clean place with acceptable prices Following is the Irrawaddy Guest House a place that similar to Win Guest If you want a better hotel with perfect services and sightseeing let move outside to Mandalay where you can live in luxurious hotels such as Hotel in the Red Canal a cute place in Mandalay with incredible sightseeing 50 pounds per night Mandalay City Hotel rooms are goods and the staffs are very excellent and friendly more than 23 pounds per night and Sedona Hotel Mandalay perfect services staff foods and sightseeing but the prices is quite expensive but still worth paying Sagaing Attractions Silver Smith Workshop Sagaing Shwe Mohtaw Pagoda Sagaing Yadanar Zedi Sinmyar Shin Pagoda Sagaing Umin Thonse Pagoda or 30 Caves Pagoda Sagaing Kaungmudaw Pagoda Sagaing Sagaing Hill Soon Oo Ponya Shin Pagoda Tilawkaguru Cave Monastery Sagaing More Attractions Ask a Question if you are interesed in booking tour hotels services other importion with us please enter your name email and message We will reply as soon as possible Your Message Your Name Your Email Security Code Tour themes All Myanmar Biking Tours Myanmar Trekking Tours Myanmar Adventure Tours Myanmar Classic Tours Grand Myanmar Tours Myanmar Family Tours Myanmar Photo Tours Myanmar Day Tours Best Myanmar Tours Duration All 1 Days 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days 5 Days 6 Days 7 Days 8 Days 9 Days 10 Days 11 Days 12 Days 13 Days 14 Days 15 Days 16 Days 17 Days 18 Days 19 Days 20 Days 21 Days 22 Days

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  • Lake Inle Attractions, Lake Inle Tourist Attractions
    Pagoda The main pagoda in the Inle lake is called as Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda There are five small Buddha images all covered with gold and difficult to make out the figures There is an annual festival around View More Ask a Question if you are interesed in booking tour hotels services other importion with us please enter your name email and message We will reply as soon as possible Your Message Your Name Your Email Security Code Add to Favorites Make Home Page Back Top Recommendations for Myanmar tours Myanmar tour packages and travel services Tour themes All Myanmar Biking Tours Myanmar Trekking Tours Myanmar Adventure Tours Myanmar Classic Tours Grand Myanmar Tours Myanmar Family Tours Myanmar Photo Tours Myanmar Day Tours Best Myanmar Tours Duration All 1 Days 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days 5 Days 6 Days 7 Days 8 Days 9 Days 10 Days 11 Days 12 Days 13 Days 14 Days 15 Days 16 Days 17 Days 18 Days 19 Days 20 Days 21 Days 22 Days 23 Days 24 Days 25 Days 26 Days 27 Days 28 Days 29 Days 30 Days Price from All 100 USD 200 USD 300 USD 400 USD 500 USD 600 USD 700 USD 800 USD 900 USD 1000 USD 1100 USD 1200 USD 1300 USD 1400 USD 1500 USD 1600 USD 1700 USD 1800 USD 1900 USD 2000 USD 2100 USD 2200 USD 2300 USD 2400 USD 2500 USD 2600 USD 2700 USD 2800 USD 2900 USD 3000 USD Keyword Feature destinations Yangon Travel Sagaing Travel Bagan Travel Lake Inle Travel Mandalay Travel Monywa Travel View More WHY MYANMAR TOUR WITH US We are internationally registered well recognized We respond you within 12 hours Local experts true knowledge Our service is personalized customized at its best Easy to

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  • Kakku Pagoda Myanmar
    direction of his finger He used to build pagodas among the banks atop hills and the plains as inspired by his royal vision During one of his royal tours along what was the Shan State he was deeply enchanted by the unraveling scenic beauty of this location His majesty thereupon commanded his retinue to build a pagoda atop the hill over looking this magnificent valley This pagoda was named Phaungdaw Sit meaning pagoda built where the royal barge berthed It was also one of the largest structures among the group of the pagodas Architecture The assemblage of Kakku pagodas consists of two distinct architectural presentations One presentation was designed as the Yun assemblage of pagodas The foremost pagodas donors were one of the dominant Shan ethnic nationalities known as the Yun The structures have distinctive tapering spires The largest pagoda of Yun design stands at the eastern sector and is known by several names such as Ashoka pagoda Shwewet Ku pagoda Kakku relic pagoda etc The seconds presentation followed the Myanmar design initiated by King Anawratha during the golden age of pagoda building King Alaung Sithu was also famous for building pagodas at places where his royal barge anchored during his extensive travels along his kingdom One of the imposing pagodas situated in the western sector is reputed to have been built by king Alaung Sithu bearing the august named Phaung Daw Site pagoda meaning the pagoda in memory of the place where his barge anchored The pagodas in the western sector generally followed the Bagan Design Devout Buddhists of the later generations donated many smaller pagodas around the two large stupas Thus the numbers grew through the passage of time heightening the aura and also enriching the architectural kaleidoscope Numbers In the olden days Myanmar literature was recited to memory and handed down by word of mouth Rhymes were the order of those days as they were easy to recite and memorize One remarkable feature was to encode the numbers through the letters of the Myanmar alphabet It consisting of 5 letters each Again each unit is linked to the days of the week and a number was assigned to each unit Again the number of the alphabet unit the day of the week and the planet are also linked for astrological computations There is a saying in Myanmar such as Taung Thu Kun Hnyat meaning Taung 7 Thu 6 Kun 2 Hnyat 3 Totaling 7 623 pagodas The Later census conducted in the years 1928 recorded the number as 2548 pagodas Most of the pagodas are ruins from the past Build by King Alaung Sithu and other devotees Decorations showing the different architectures of ancient times Source myanmars net Other Post Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Add to Favorites Make Home Page Back Top Recommendations for Myanmar tours Myanmar tour packages and travel services Tour themes All Myanmar Biking Tours Myanmar Trekking Tours Myanmar Adventure Tours Myanmar Classic Tours Grand Myanmar Tours Myanmar Family Tours Myanmar Photo Tours Myanmar

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  • Lake Inle Travel, Lake Inle Myanmar, Lake Inle Travel Guide
    can be found too The floating water hyacinth are the major products of this region Many hand made products such as bags baskets are made from water hyacinth Other vegetations are tomatoes beans cauliflower cabbage eggplant garlic onion betel melon papaya and banana Some villagers also grow rice The Inthars also make their living by fishing The silk dresses and clothes of Inle are popular among local and foreign visitors Inle also produces silverware Inle Lake Lake Inle Attractions Kakku Pagoda Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda More Attractions Ask a Question if you are interesed in booking tour hotels services other importion with us please enter your name email and message We will reply as soon as possible Your Message Your Name Your Email Security Code Tour themes All Myanmar Biking Tours Myanmar Trekking Tours Myanmar Adventure Tours Myanmar Classic Tours Grand Myanmar Tours Myanmar Family Tours Myanmar Photo Tours Myanmar Day Tours Best Myanmar Tours Duration All 1 Days 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days 5 Days 6 Days 7 Days 8 Days 9 Days 10 Days 11 Days 12 Days 13 Days 14 Days 15 Days 16 Days 17 Days 18 Days 19 Days 20 Days 21 Days 22 Days 23 Days 24 Days 25 Days 26 Days 27 Days 28 Days 29 Days 30 Days Price from All 100 USD 200 USD 300 USD 400 USD 500 USD 600 USD 700 USD 800 USD 900 USD 1000 USD 1100 USD 1200 USD 1300 USD 1400 USD 1500 USD 1600 USD 1700 USD 1800 USD 1900 USD 2000 USD 2100 USD 2200 USD 2300 USD 2400 USD 2500 USD 2600 USD 2700 USD 2800 USD 2900 USD 3000 USD Keyword Feature destinations Yangon Travel Sagaing Travel Bagan Travel Lake Inle Travel Mandalay Travel Monywa Travel View More WHY MYANMAR

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  • Mandalay Attractions, Mandalay Tourist Attractions
    Mandalay Hill The pagoda was built by King Mindon in M E 1221 Its height is 57 27m It was completed along with the construction of three great walls in M E 1224 Within these three walls in the 5 26hectres wide precinct the Buddhist scriptures of the Three Baskets were inscribed on stone slabs and housed in shrines the total number of the inscriptions being View More Mandalay Royal Palace The Mandalay Hill is situated to the north east corner of the Mandalay Royal Palace It lies from north to south its altitude being 236 5m above sea level and its height going up to 167 64m King Mindon who founded the Royal City of Yatanabon built the Mya Nan San Kyaw the Royal Palace on 6th waning day of Kason M E 1221 A D 1857 It is surrounded by the rectangular shaped walls each of which stretches 8 25 kilometres long and View More Shwenandaw Monastery Close to the Atumashi Monastery stands the Shwenandaw Monastery meaning Golden Palace Monastery This monastery is of great interest not only as a fine example of a traditional Myanmar wooden monastery but as a fragile reminder of the old Mandalay Fort At one time this building was part of the palace complex and was used as an apartment by King Mindon and his chief queen and it was in this building that he died After Mindon s death King Thibaw Min View More Mandalay Palace Moat and Wall The whole palace complex was destroyed by fire during the Second World War The palace walls the four gates and the moat still stand today as evidence of the majestic palace city Source View More Mandalay Hill The Mandalay Hill is situated to the north east corner of the Mandalay Royal Palace It lies from north to south its altitude being 236 5m above sea level and its height going up to 167 64m The Mandalay Hill is surrounded by the nine satellite hills called the Shwe Taung The Golden Hill the Ngwe Taung the Silver Hill the Paddamya Taung the Ruby Hill the Hse dan Taung the Hill of Arsenious trisulphide the Myin Thila View More Zay Cho Market Mandalay is full of shopping experience The new Mandalay Zay Cho is one of the main market places in Mandalay You can get almost anything from there such as acheik Mandalay silk longyi cotton clothing hto moat sticky cakes laphet pickled tea leaves kadipar slippers velvet slippers silverware lacquerware jewellery gems and so on Source View More Yandabo Pot Making Village Yandabo is a village on the bank of Ayeyarwaddy River in Mandalay Region It is famous for an Anglo Myanmar peace treaty that was signed in 1826 It is also a well known place for making pots such as the ones seen in this picture One person can make 30 to 50 such pots per day which are used for water or food View More Wood Carving Workshop In Mandalay area wood

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  • The Sanda Muni Cast Buddha Image, Sandamuni Pagoda - Mandalay Myanmar
    Moon is entitled as the Sanda Muni In M E 1229 the temporary palace apartments were destroyed and the bodies of the Grown Prince and his sons Prince Malum Prince Saku and Prince Pyinsi who were killed during the Myin Kun Uprising were buried and entombed At the distance 91m from the tombs the Sandarmuni Buddha Image was enshrined in a tier roof brick building The pagoda was called the Sandarmuni pagoda after the Image Stupas and Mandalay Hill in background In M E 1275 the Hermit U Khanti built with the donations of the people the Dhamma Ceti 508 shrines housing the inscriptions 1524 inscriptions recording the Pitakas of the Three Baskets five Nikayas and commentaries on Buddhist Pali texts in total 758 Dhamma Ceti shrines and 1774 inscription slabs Sanda Muni Buddha Image Source myanmars net Other Post Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda Kandawgyi Lake of Mandalay Pyi Gyi Mon Royal Barge Eindawya Paya Pagoda The Maha Lawka Marazein Kuthodaw Pagoda Mandalay Royal Palace Shwenandaw Monastery Mandalay Palace Moat and Wall Mandalay Hill Zay Cho Market Yandabo Pot Making Village Wood Carving Workshop Tapestry Workshop Add to Favorites Make Home Page Back Top Recommendations for Myanmar tours Myanmar tour packages and travel services Tour themes All Myanmar Biking Tours Myanmar Trekking Tours Myanmar Adventure Tours Myanmar Classic Tours Grand Myanmar Tours Myanmar Family Tours Myanmar Photo Tours Myanmar Day Tours Best Myanmar Tours Duration All 1 Days 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days 5 Days 6 Days 7 Days 8 Days 9 Days 10 Days 11 Days 12 Days 13 Days 14 Days 15 Days 16 Days 17 Days 18 Days 19 Days 20 Days 21 Days 22 Days 23 Days 24 Days 25 Days 26 Days 27 Days 28 Days 29 Days 30 Days Price from All 100

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  • Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda - Mandalay Myanmar
    gilded pillars teak pillars and a gold painted lacquer canopy the very work of superb craftsmanship What is of great significance about the pagoda is that with the enshrining of the Buddha tooth relic it can be entitled as the Dhatu Ceti while with the housing of the Buddha Images it can also be entitled as the Ganda Kudi Taik Kyanung Taw The Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda was built at the cost of 40 35 lakhs of kyats with the subsidiary fund of the government and the people s donations The tooth relic casket s value is over 320 lakhs of kyats having a thirty one step gold Mt Meru stair embedded with jade a silver altar nine jade Buddha images and eight jade columns The entrance gateway of the Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda Mandalay was donated by Mandalay City Development Committee and was opened on 9 12 96 Not only local pilgrims but also tourists visit and pay obeisance at the pagoda offering donations Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda Mandalay Myanmar Source myanmars net Other Post The Sanda Muni Cast Buddha Image Kandawgyi Lake of Mandalay Pyi Gyi Mon Royal Barge Eindawya Paya Pagoda The Maha Lawka Marazein Kuthodaw Pagoda Mandalay Royal Palace Shwenandaw Monastery Mandalay Palace Moat and Wall Mandalay Hill Zay Cho Market Yandabo Pot Making Village Wood Carving Workshop Tapestry Workshop Add to Favorites Make Home Page Back Top Recommendations for Myanmar tours Myanmar tour packages and travel services Tour themes All Myanmar Biking Tours Myanmar Trekking Tours Myanmar Adventure Tours Myanmar Classic Tours Grand Myanmar Tours Myanmar Family Tours Myanmar Photo Tours Myanmar Day Tours Best Myanmar Tours Duration All 1 Days 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days 5 Days 6 Days 7 Days 8 Days 9 Days 10 Days 11 Days 12 Days 13 Days

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