Reasons to Recommend: The ancient city of Mingon is located on the right bank of the Irrawaddy River. It is a very interesting place upstream. The once prosperous is no longer, and now it looks more like an inconspicuous small village. When the dust is flying, it reminds people of the former glory and prosperity. Mingon has a majestic stupa, the Mingon Stupa, an unfinished palace built by King Mengyun of Myanmar for his queen, and one of the largest brick buildings in the world. Due to the huge project, it took 11 years when King Meng Yun died, but only 1/3 of the entire building was completed. In 1838, the giant tower collapsed in an earthquake, and now people are left with a huge tower base. Not far to the north of the foundation of the stupa, there is the world's largest bell still in use, the Mingong Bell. It is 8 meters high, 5 meters in diameter, and weighs 90.55 tons. This is the largest uncracked clock in the world. Going 200 meters further north, you will see the white Hinbi Mai Pagoda with wavy steps, which looks like a big cream cake.