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Lakes in Taunggyi
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The top 590 attractions in Myanmar

Lakes in Taunggyi
Inle Lake
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Inle Lake's fishermen have developed the ability to paddle using one leg, while handling fishing nets with their hands hand. All
Temples in Bagan
Temples in Bagan
(13)
At sunset, all tourists seek a place to watch the wonderful spectacle of the temples of Bagan. Who knows better than the drivers o
Temples in Yangon
Shwedagon Pagoda
(11)
The Shwedagon Pagoda is certainly one of the more beautiful temples that exists. There, you can see the customs of Buddhists praye
Of Cultural Interest in Amarapura
U Bein Bridge
(6)
U Bein Bridge is 1.2 km in length. 100% of the pedestrian area is made of teak. The same applies to much of the structure where th
Sports Competitions in Bagan
Cane Ball Games in Bagan
The 17 o'clock. It's the official time for "caneball" in Myanmar. At this time the sun's heat is less strong and young people gath
Temples in Yangon
Chaukhtatgyi Buddha Temple
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This pagoda is very near the Shwedagon Pagoda. Inside, there is a huge reclining Buddha measuring about 70 meters long and taller
Historical Monuments in Bagan
Old Bagan
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Bagan has an older area where almost all of the city's temples are located, most of which date from the 11th and 12th centuries. A
Cities in Mandalay
Mandalay
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Mandaly was the last capital of Myanmar that fell into the hands of the British and is still of importance as the cultural capita
Temples in Myingyan
Mount Popa Monastery
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Mount Popa is close to the village of Kyauk Padaung, in the national park that has its name and 50 km from Bagan. Mount Popa has a
Temples in Bagan
Dhammayangyi Temple
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Dhammayangyi Temple is the largest temple in Old Bagan. It was built by the King Narathu in the 12th century. Its structure is sim
Historical Monuments in Bagan
Shwezigon Pagoda
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This pagoda is the prototype of Burmese pagoda, with a bell-shaped stupa that is painted gold. It reminds me of the Shwedagon Pago
Temples in Bagan
Of Cultural Interest in Kyaikhto
Kyaiktiyo
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Kyaiktiyo (pronounced shiatkiyo), is a huge sacred golden rock, in Kyaikto, Myanmar. Today with events and protests I do not know
Historical Monuments in Yangon
Botatoung Pagoda
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This is one of the most sacred pagodas for Buddhists, as it houses relics of Buddha's body and hair. If you are a tourist with a c
Temples in Yangon
Sule Pagoda
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When travelling the Mahabandoola Road to Sule Pagoda Road you pay $ 2 to enter and $ 1 more for pictures. This sleek and small pag
Temples in Mandalay
Mahamuni Paya - Pagoda - Mandalay
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The Buddha of this pagod is almost 4 meters high. The amazing thing about this Buddha, made with 6 tons of bronze, is that it is c
Of Cultural Interest in Amarapura
Mahagandayon Monastery
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Mahagandayon Monastery is 11 kilometers from Mandalay, in the former Burmese capital of Amarapura. Around 10 in the morning over 1
Historical Monuments in Mandalay
Mandalay Hill
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Mandalay Hill is 240 meters above the city, and lays on a hill northeast of it, near the royal palace. Buddhists have been going o