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Attractions Around Mandalay

Mingun Bell
Mingun Pagoda
Mae Nu Oke Kyaung
Amarapura
Sagaing
Pyin Oo Lwin (May Myo)
Monywa
Judson Memorial stone

Mingun

mingunThe 11 km (around 45 minutes) boat ride up the Ayeyarwaddy River from Mandalay to Mingun.






Mingun Bell

mingun-bellThe world’s Biggest Ringing Bell.






Mingun Pagoda

mingun-pagodaAn Unfinished Pagoda, which would have supported the largest pagoda in the world if it is had been completed.






Ava (Inwa)

innwa-01About 30 minutes drive from Mandalay. The largest capital in Myanmar history.






Mae Nu Oke Kyaung

innwaA brick and stucco monastery built by Nanmadaw Mae Nu (the chief queen of Bagyidaw).






Amarapura

amarapuraIt is 12 km south of Mandalay. Amarapura is famous for its silk & cotton weaving industries.






U Pein’s Bridge

u-beinA mile long world famous teakwood bridge in Myanmar. The bridge every visitor should not be missed to have a walk over it.






Sagaing

sagaingIt is 21 km from Mandalay. Some consider a place for those who are tired of daily life retread to Sagaing Hill to take shelter under Buddhist faith and meditation. Kaunghmudaw Pagoda, Uminn Thonze Pagoda and Soon U Ponnya Shin Pagoda are the attractions of Sagain




Pyin Oo Lwin (May Myo)

pwinoolwinA popular hill station, 69 km uphill from Mandalay. Well known for colonial style houses with large compound & pine trees. National Kandawgyi Garden (the city of flower), Pwe Kauk Waterfalls & Peik Chin Myaung Cave are places of interest.





Monywa

monywaIt lies 136 km north-west of Mandalay, situated on the eastern bank of the Chindwin River. The big attraction in Monywa are Thanbokde Pagoda with over 500000 Buddha Images, Boddhi-ta-htaung (a thousand of Bo trees), Po Win Taung & Shwe Ba Taung complex with many Buddha Images are inscribed on 806 stone slabs and Kyaukka Village is famous for its own style of lacquerware.



Judson Memorial stone

The let-ma-yoon (no-hold-barred) prison in which the first American Baptist Missionary (who introduced Christianity to Myanmar) Dr. Adoniram Judson had been incarcerated.

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