Moat of Mandalay Palace
U Bein Bridge
Mandalay, the last capital of Myanmar Kingdom, is famous for its cultural and religious significance. One can say Mandalay is the place of Buddhist faith. Visiting Mandalay feels real Myanmar tradition with the observation of Gold-Leaf Making, Stone & Wood Curving and Embroidery Works.
Amarapura was also a capital and its meaning is the city of Immortality but its period as capital was brief. It was the site for the first British Embassy in Myanmar. The main live hood of inhabitants is weaving cotton and silk into Myanmarâ€™s loveliest festive clothing. The tour is interesting of observing weaving workshops and the major attractions of Amarapura are Mahagandayon Monastery, the presence of up to 1200 monks, contributes to the religious atmosphere of city and a world longest wooden footbridge (1 km) named U Bein Bridge. Walking over U Bein gives you refreshment and memorable moments of Myanmar in your life.