Published on February 24, 2014
Mandalay is the second-largest city and the last royal capital of Burma. When it was founded in 1857, the royal city was officially named Yadanabon, the Burmese version of "(city) full of gems". Mandalay is Burma's cultural and religious center of Buddhism, having numerous monasteries and more than 700 pagodas
Mandalay Clock Tower Zay Cho Market (Zegyo Market) Mandalay is full of shopping experience. The new Mandalay Zay Cho is one of the main market places in Mandalay. You can get almost anything from there such as acheik (Mandalay silk longyi), cotton clothing, hto moat (sticky cakes), laphet (pickled tea leaves), kadipar slippers (velvet slippers), silverware, lacquerware, jewellery, gems and so on
Cassava roots (tapioca, (manioc - Manihot esculenta Crantz) are utilized by making dry chips, pellets, native starch, modified starch, and some other industrial products. Modified starch has been used for the paper, textile, food and beverages, plywood, glue, and alcohol industries. These products are exported to many Asian
State Pariyatti Sasana University Mandalay
New Mandalay Gaw Wain, a jetty in Mandalay with a rich history as a vital hub on Burma’s Irrawaddy River, continues to this day to play an important role in sustaining local livelihoods and linking the region’s inland water transport network.
Atumashi Monastery has been rebuilt as a faithful replica of the original destroyed by a fire.
Living Mandalay, Irrawaddy River Bank
Mandalay Central Station
Yoke thé is the Burmese name for marionette puppetry. Although the term can be used for marionettery in general, its usage usually refers to the local form of string puppetry. Like most of Burmese refined art, Yoke thé performances originated from Royal patronage and were gradually adapted for the wider populace. Yoke thé are almost always performed in operas.
Marionette Workshop, Mandalay
Mandalay Hill The marble Buddha at Kyauktawgyi Paya carved out of a single block of marble
Museum of Great Life of Buddha
Amarapura Maha Ganayon Kyaung Monastery Monk & Old Man
Amarapura Maha Ganayon Kyaung Monastery This monastery is home to several thousands of monks, a centre of Buddhist learning.
Amarapura Maha Ganayon Kyaung Monastery This monastery is located at Amarapura, Myanmar and has been founded around 1914. It is renowned as a center for monastic study and strict religious discipline. It is home to several thousand young monks and it is possible to visit it.
Flower market outside Mandalay
Mandalay Queen Hotel
Ayeyarwarddy River View hotel
Two women harpists playing the Saung
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