In Myanmar, this is a mysterious country in most people's minds. "Military dictatorship", "material shortage", "people are not living" are long ago not the label of Myanmar. Although you can still see old shops, railways and classic cars, the popularity of the Internet and the arrival of more and more foreign tourists have already This makes it no longer the most closed area in Southeast Asia .
But the thousand-year-old Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the longest Ubuntu Bridge in Mandalay, the fascinating Buddhist temple in Bagan, the small folk fishing village in Inle Lake, and the thousands of customs in Myanmar. Wait for you to discover it!
There is such a place, packed with more than 2,000 pagodas on 25 square kilometers of land, a beam of bright sunshine scattered through the ruins of the historical ruins, the red-brown Gutagaga blue sky in the distance This is like a dreamy view in Bagan.
Bagan is an ancient city of Myanmar, a Buddhist cultural site, and a famous tourist destination. It is located on the left bank of the middle of the Irrawaddy River. The stupas and Buddhist temples of various historical periods have been preserved, forming the capital of historical and cultural heritage.
Bagan has experienced more than 900 years of vicissitudes of life. Historical changes and earthquake disasters have made its former glory no longer, but the 2,000-story pagodas and Buddhist ruins still preserved today are witnessing history and attracting tourists. Strolling around the ancient city of Bagan, about 25 square kilometers, you can see the stupas of different sizes standing in the streets and lanes. It is really "going out to see the stupa and step by step with the Buddha."
Bagan's stupa and Angkor Wat are the same, and Angkor is famous for its exquisite carvings under the magnificent appearance. Bagan is full of hearts and minds with thousands of stupas. You can watch the sunset in the stupa, take a horse-drawn carriage to visit the famous stupa, sit on a hot air balloon overlooking the thousand stupas, or step on a bicycle and wander around the stupa.
It is worth noting that there is a custom in Myanmar. All stupas must be barefoot when entering, and some must even take off their shoes when they enter the yard and the socks must be taken off.
Yangon is the largest city in Myanmar and the capital of Yangon Province. It was once the capital of Myanmar. It is known as the “Peace City” and is a beautiful coastal city with tropical scenery.
From the south of the Yangon River, it extends northward between the east and west rivers. It is a bustling commercial district. On a straight and spacious street, flowers bloom in the flower gardens and green trees on the sidewalks. Yangon not only has a myriad of gilded or white stone stupas, but also retains colonial character as a splendid port city.
Here, you can go to the Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred Buddhist building in Myanmar, and listen to the sacred sacred sounds in front of the golden stupa; you can take a small train around Yangon City and enjoy the rural scenery on the outskirts. Have a chat about social changes; if you are interested in that colonial history, you can also walk through the colonial building walking routes in the city center and feel the prosperity of the place once; or come to the Callaway Palace when night falls, while enjoying the traditional Myanmar Perform a show and enjoy a feast of Burmese.
Mandalay is a historic ancient capital of Myanmar, which is also listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. And Mandalay's most famous business card is Wuben Bridge. After more than 100 years of ups and downs, it is unique and vicissitudes. For more than 100 years, it has been a local crossing tool, and it is also a place where locals fall in love, relax, and watch the sunset. Here you can see the magic of teak soaked in water for so many years.
Ubuntu Bridge is one of the oldest and longest teak bridges in the world and is also known as the "Lover Bridge" in the area. Take the hand of the lover and walk on the bridge to blow the small wind, watch the most beautiful sunset, watch the boat sway through the bottom of the bridge, the sun sets, the golden light in the river, it is really an intoxicating landscape, the picture is like Movie scene.
There is also the most beautiful sunset in the world. At dusk, the sun dyes East Taman Lake in gold. The outline of the Ubuntu Bridge is integrated with the monks, passers-by and bicycles on the bridge. The outline is surrounded by halo and painted into a fairy-tale picture.
The blue lake, the fisherman on a one-legged boat, the water temple on the waters of the Sanskrit, the water garden on the rising tide, the historic Tallinn on the shore, the busy five-day market, the idyllic wineries and the water on the water. Thatched wooden house... It is no exaggeration to say that Inle Lake is the “Maldives” of Myanmar, which always gives you an extraordinary travel experience~
The water villages on Inle Lake are wooden houses. There are even two or three-storey wooden buildings supported by bamboo poles on the water. A row stands in the middle of the lake. From afar, the hanging houses are standing on the water like a mirage. It’s a real water family.
The residents living here can look up at the beautiful lakes and mountains every day. The ducks are the green lakes. The fishnets are the ones that live and dance. This self-sufficient life is leisurely and happy.
The golden stupa, the sunrise in early morning Bagan, the delicious and delicious meals, the simple and enthusiastic Burmese village, and the Irrawaddy River that always shines with mottled waves... A gorgeous trip through Myanmar’s history is waiting Your arrival~