Visiting upstairs and shopping downstairs will be rewarding. Not many people. For foreigners, a five-dollar ticket is required to visit the second floor. Many showcases are not turned on and photos are not allowed. The exhibits inside are really dazzling, cool, very hopeful and should be very valuable. What's more valuable is that many huge rough stones are accompanied by photos to introduce the mining process, which is very shocking. There are a lot of small businesses on the first floor, you can buy some jade jewelry, but to be honest, it is not very reassuring, and I feel weird.
Each person on the 2nd floor requires a $5 ticket to visit. They are not for sale. They are all valuable gems. Many merchants on the first floor sell jade. It is said that it is a more cost-effective place to buy jade. Remember
This is a local museum in Nay Pyi Taw. This museum feels okay after coming. There are not many people and it seems relatively quiet. The entrance ticket to the museum is very cheap. There are not many things to see inside, but it is still good.
The second time I went, it was really good. It’s a magnificent building. Although it’s not a particularly prosperous city, you can see the culture here.
The museum is not big, but there are still many exhibits.