Watching the sunset on the top of Mandalay, Myanmar

With the primitive beauty of natural sceneries, Myanmar has become a tourism attraction of the world. Coming to the ancient capital Mandalay, after a long journey to visit places like Shwenandaw temple, Mandalay castles or stone carving village, one of not – miss things to do in myanmar  is to admire the sunset on a hilltop of Mandalay. It is a truly interesting and amazing experience to embrace the great moments of nature. Your Myamar tour cannot be completed without watching the sunset on the top of Mandalay. Travel Indochina

Watching the sunset on the top of Mandalay

Watching the sunset on the top of Mandalay

Located in the northeast of the city, Mandalay is a scared hill, at the foot of which the king of Myamar chose to build Mandalay city in 1857. Around the hill lie a series of famous pagodas such as Sandamuni and Kuthodaw.

Afternoon is the time when people gather toward the hill and find themselves the best places to stand admiring the last moments of the day. Watching sunset on the top of Mandalay is the most romantic moment as no tall buildings can hide the view and also, watchers are able to admire the whole natural scenery from the top. Many young couples also date here to look sunset, to chat and relax after a long day. Myanmar tours packages

The whole natural scenery of the city from the top of Mandalay

The whole natural scenery of the city from the top of Mandalay

If one has chance to watch the sunset at Mandalay, you will not be able to forget Mandalay country with amazing natural picture at the moment when the sun slowly go down. The color of the city turning from yellow to purple, then red in steps of twilight is unforgettable impression in your Myanmar journey.

Colorful Mandalay city in the sunset moment

Colorful Mandalay city in the sunset moment

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