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Can't-Miss Landmarks in Mandalay

TOP 1

U Bein Bridge

4.6/5
494 Reviews
Mandalay
9.6km from downtown
Bridge
金媛 Amy Jin
"🌟State Pariyatti Sasana University Myanmar National Religious University 🧸🧸🧸💥💥💥⛰ [Attraction Raiders] 📍 Details: On the line with Gudu Taofo Tower 🧸🧸🧸🚗 Traffic Raiders: Recommended to hit Tutu Car 🚘🚘🚘🕙 Open Time: All Day ⌚️⌚️⌚️💰 Ticket Price: Free 🌸🌸🌸🌟 Bright Point Features: It seems like a palace 🧚🧚🧚📌 Little Tips: Religious University in the general palace 🥰🥰🥰"
TOP 2

Mandalay Palace

4.4/5
268 Reviews
Mandalay
2.4km from downtown
Palace
关裕年guanyunian
"Seeing many ancient buildings, there are indeed very moving buildings, such as the pyramids of Egypt, the Taj Mahal in India, and Angkor Wat in Cambodia, but no imagination has been prepared for the Burmese Great Golden Pagoda. I really did not expect that the Great Golden Pagoda is so great."
TOP 3

Kuthodaw Pagoda

4.5/5
152 Reviews
Mandalay
4.5km from downtown
Historical Site
Ancient Pagoda
M30***77
"Located at the foot of Mandalay Mountain, it was built by King Mindong of Myanmar in 1857. It is the greatest merit pagoda in the world. Its full name is Mahalokamarusheng Stupa. These steles are hailed as "the greatest books in the world", and their scale is unique in the Buddhist world. very beautiful!"
TOP 4

Nanmyin Watch Tower

4.0/5
37 Reviews
Inn Wa
178m from downtown
Historical Architecture
Smad
"A must have when visiting the ancient city of Invar. This place used to be an ancient watchtower. Later, it slowly and slowly tilted. It is said that it is more inclined than the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Now it can only be visited outside."
TOP 5

Yedanasini Hpaya

4.2/5
33 Reviews
Mandalay
17.9km from downtown
Ancient Pagoda
Historical Site
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"This temple is one of the scenic spots in the ancient city of Inwa. Although it is inconspicuous on the roadside, you don't have to worry about missing it. It is usually a round trip with a horse-drawn carriage. This is one of the points where the coachman will stop. In fact, I quite like the ruins of the broken arm, especially the magnificent pillars and Buddha statues, the feeling of weeds growing next to them, it seems like a world away."