Mandalay, the second biggest city in Myanmar, situated in 650 km north of Yangon. It was built in 1857 on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River. It is the last royal capital of Myanmar Empire before British annexation. Now it is a commercial city with many beautiful ancient buildings and modern buildings with Chinese taste. The elegant palace wall and moat is situated on the shade of Mandalay hill. The beautiful buildings in the palace compound were completely damaged in the fire during the World War II.The palace has been reconstructed. There are many interesting cultural and religious buildings and beautiful wooden and brick monasteries with great Myanmar architecture of 19 th century.

It’s also known as the centre of Myanmar arts & crafts, we can still visit  silk and cotton hand weaving centre, gold leaves making place with it’s incredible process of beating to get extra thin gold leaves, wood and marble carving and bronze casting palaces etc…

There are many interesting ancient capitals and beautiful places around Mandalay such as Amarapura, Sagaing, Ava, Mingun and Pyin Oo Lwin(May Myo).We can easily reach by air, road, rail and by waterway.



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