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#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Mingun
Mingun is one of my favourite places to visit with its tranquility, its oxen "taxi", the always courteous and friendly sellers and its main sites including the Mingun bell, the huge and impressive Pahtogawdi brick...
Very nice Pagoda with an wonderful view around the area.If you are in Mingun, take the time and climb up to the Pagoda and have a walk around.
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Mingun Pahtodawgyi Mandalay 0.3 km away
#9 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Mandalay
A further walk along the river will take you to Hsinbyume Pagoda, which is all painted white, climb to the top of the stupa for magnificent views of the area.
Many local tour guides are available to take you about the site for hire, and directly after the walk up from the beach all the monuments and items you wish to see are just a short walk from that point.
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#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Mingun
We really enjoyed seeing the site but also the stroll around the village with good natured negotiations for souvenirs was a great experience.
Suggest you to climb up to the top of stupa for panoramic view of Ayeyarwaddy River , Mingun Village & Minwun Mountain Range!
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#3 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Mingun
As it is only one minutes walk from the other historic sites it is a must see and find.
I had the chance to go under the bell and view its interior.
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#4 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Mingun
#2 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Mandalay
The World’s Largest Book is a must see site during any visit to Myanmar; the Kuthodaw Pagoda is a bonus place to stop by briefly after you take your time exploring the amazing “Book.”
The world's largest book - 729 double sided marble slabs each housed in their own kyauksa gu (stone inscription cave !) - an amazing site and well worth a visit.
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#1 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Mandalay
However, to do it justice it is important to view the detail carvings in all of the teak wood panels the make up the structure both inside and outside.
The monastery was full of exquisite woodcarvings and artefacts, very different to other sites we visited in Mandalay.
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Mandalay Hill Mandalay 10.1 km away
#7 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Mandalay
You can climb up the many steps or in our case our vehicle drove us to the escalator which takes you to the same place!!! Amazing views of the surrounding countryside, hills, river and city.
It is really must visit location and it gives the full 360 degree view of the city and give the complete feel of the city, of the weather is good than sunset is really outstanding from Mountain top.
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Sanda Muni Paya Mandalay 10.9 km away
#5 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Mandalay
Lovely views of serried rows of mini stupas in white with umbrella tops gently tinkling in the breeze.
I visited here whilst in Mandalay and was blown away, this site is breathtakingly beautiful with each of the white monuments housing an engraved slab of marble telling tales of Buddha
Mahamuni Pagoda Mandalay 12.7 km away
#3 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Mandalay
Great history of Buddhism with a gallery of photos of sacred sites of Buddhism, some spoils of war with the Thai and large bronze sculptures taken from Ankor Wat, etc.
The Mahamuni Pagoda is a large temple complex that is the city's holiest Buddhist temple and a site of pilgrimage for thousands of Buddhists from all across Asia.
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#4 of 29 Sights & Landmarks in Mandalay
Mahamuni Buddha Temple, the Great Buddhist Temple, is a major pilgrimage site.
One of the most amazing sights we saw and sites we visited in Myanmar.
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