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Eye-catching Mandalay is the second-largest city in Myanmar (former Burma). This city is internationally famous as a large Buddhism center. Mandalay is home to more than seven hundred pagodas, each of which amazes visitors with its beauty and grandeur. Every year, thousands of pilgrims arrive in this city to perform sacred rituals and pray. This land full of secrets and mystery has always lured generations of tourists. Don’t forget that Mandalay is the old royal capital of the country, and this fact draws even more attention to this amazing area. Everyone, who has visited this Burmese city at least once, calls Mandalay the most interesting destination that outperforms even large cities in Myanmar (Burma). The city of Mandalay was officially founded in 1857 by King Mindon. Starting from 1860 and during the next twenty-five years, Mandalay was the capital of the Burmese Kingdom. Everything changed in 1885 when the British troops occupied the city. To resist the invaders and not let them capture the country completely, the ruling King Thibaw signed an agreement with France. This document mentioned the building of a railroad connecting Laos and Mandalay. Thibaw also intended to organize a navy in the country, but all his efforts were in vain. The United Kingdom added the whole territory of Burma to British India. During World War II, the Japanese army occupied Indochina and this way tried to block the supply chain to China. The route to Yangon, which passed Mandalay, … Read further

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Mandalay sightseeing

Myanmar is incredibly rich in attractive and original attractions, but some of them are truly spectacular and worth visiting. Atumashi Monastery is one of them. This is an old architectural landmark, the name of which literally means “incomparable”. Visit this attraction of Mandalay and you will understand why the monastery was called this way. In modern times, the Atumashi Monastery has become a cultural … Open

Nature and parks of Myanmar-Burma

Myanmar is a relatively big country – its territory is the 39th largest in the world. It is not possible to explore all parts of Myanmar on foot. Moreover, some areas are closed to visitors. Tourists can enter them only if they have a special permit and only together with a guide. Riding from one town to another can take much time. Intercity bus rides of 5-10 and more hours are typical in Myanmar, but many tourists cannot waste so much time, especially if their vacation in Myanmar is short. Also, the country is so rich in interesting landmarks that it is hard to see them all. The airplane is the optimal way of moving between cities. For moving within city borders, taxi is the best choice. In natural reserves, tourists can often only walk. Upon arriving in a certain town, it is a good idea to buy a map of that town as it will be easier to navigate with it. … Open

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