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Mandalay Cultural Heritage Day Tour
"You will be picked up from your hotel at 8am Mandalay city sightseeing tour. You visit starts with Manamuni Pagoda where the Mahamuni Buddha image is venerated. The Mahamuni Buddha Temple (also called the Mahamuni Pagoda) is a Buddhist temple and major pilgrimage site. Ancient tradition refers to only five likenesses of the Buddha made during his lifetime; two were in India two in paradise and the fifth is the Mahamuni Buddha image in Myanmar. According to the legend the Buddha visited the Dhanyawadi city of Arakan in 554 B.C. After casting the Great Image the Buddha breathed upon it
From $42.00
 
Private Full Day Mandalay Heritage Tour
"Your tour guide will meet you at your hotel at 8am to drive to a promenade U Bein teak bridge the world's longest teak structure at 1.2 km / 3.4 miles long. Next you will visit to Mahar Gandar Yone monastery where you can see a thousand Buddhist monks and novices line up every morning at 10:30am to receive their meal of the day at Mahar Gandar Yone Monastery. Then go to a “must visit in Mandalay” Mahamuni Buddha Temple.  Learn more about the craft work for which Mandalay is famous by visiting workshops and cottage industries. You’ll see gold-leaf techniques
From AUD69.00
 
Mandalay Private Day Tour
"We will depart from your hotel at 8:30am after breakfast. First we will go to Mahamuni Buddha a spectacular and attractive statue of Lord Buddha completely made of Gold. As one of the most significant sites of Buddhist pilgrimage in Myanmar it is a place of devotion and meditation. Women are not allowed to enter the innermost chamber (and consequently to apply gold leaves on the statue).Next you will visit to a stone carving workshops and see a skilled craftsmen who attack pure white marble or stone with angle grinders and drills to create the most enigmatic Buddha images. From here
From $57.00

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Shan beer

Shan beer is something special and different than other Burmese beers: it's pink colored and has very little alcohol (I'd say around 3,5 %). It's cheap and popular among Shans (and other peoples for...
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