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Myanmar 2020

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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Kanbawzathadi Palace

Kanbawzathadi Palace is a palace in Bago, Myanmar. The original palace, built for King Bayinnaung in 1556, consisted of 76 apartments and halls. It was burned down in 1599. It was reconstructed in 1990 and finished in 1992. Kanbawzathadi Golden Pala...

Abeyadana temple

The temple was built around 1090 CE, during the reign of king Kyanzittha. A later ink inscription on the temple walls attributes its construction to Kyanzittha's queen Abeyadana. A local legend states that the temple was built at the place where Kya...

Sittaung Bridge

The Sittaung Bridge at Moppalin is a steel bridge spanning the Sittaung river between Waw, Bago Region and Moppalin, Mon State of Myanmar. The bridge is 729.295 metres (2,392.70 ft) long, and has a capacity of 50 tonnes. It is the second bridge across ...

Bahtoo Stadium

Named after revolutionary Colonel Bahtoo, the 17,000 seat stadium was the largest stadium in Upper Myanmar before the construction of the Mandalarthiri Stadium and the home stadium of Yadanabon FC of the Myanmar National League (MNL). Bahtoo Stadium...

Diamond Plaza

Diamond Plaza, the biggest shopping centre in Mandalay, was officially opened in August 15,2012. It is located in downtown of Mandalay near the Mandalay Railway Station. The site has two towers A and B, Diamond Plaza and Yadanarbon Super centre. Tow...

Man Thida Park

Originally built in 1959, it was demolished in 1993before being subsequently rebuilt and re-opened it as a public park in 2018. A proposal to rebuild the park was initially introduced in the '100 days projects of Mandalay' by new cabinet, but stalled ...

National Theatre of Mandalay

The National Theatre of Mandalay, located in Aungmyethazan Township, Mandalay, is the national theatre of Myanmar. The theatre is used for cultural exchange programs with foreign countries, for departmental workshops, religious ceremonies, prize giving...

Sacred Heart Cathedral

The Sacred Heart Cathedral is the name given to a cathedral belonging to the Catholic Church and is located on 81st Street between 25th and 26th streets in the town of Mandalay, the second largest city in Burma. The cathedral was built in 1890 by Mons....

Amarapura Palace

Amarapura Palace was a royal palace in the old capital of Amarapura in Burma. The palace was constructed in the late 18th/early 19th century and later abandoned for Mandalay Palace. Only ruins remain of it today. The British visitor Colesworthy Gran...

Ananda Temple

The name Ananda of the temple is derived from the Venerable Ananda, Buddha's first cousin, personal secretary, one of his many principal disciples and a devout attendant. It was once known as Ananta Temple, coming from the phrase 'ananta pinya' in Sans...

Atumashi Monastery

It was built in 1857 by King Mindon, two years after the capital was moved to Mandalay. The monastery was built at a cost of 500,000 rupees. The original monastery structure was built using teak, covered with stucco on the outside, with its peculiar fe...

Ava Bridge

The Ava Bridge is a 16 span cantilever bridge between Ava and Sagaing, Mandalay Division, Burma. It was built by the British in 1934. The bridge was destroyed by the retreating British Army during World War II and was rebuilt in 1954 after Burmese inde...

Gubyaukgyi Temple

The Gubyaukgyi (alt. Kubyauk-gyi) temple, located just south of Bagan, Myanmar, in Myinkaba Village, is a Buddhist temple built in 1113 AD by Prince Yazakumar, shortly after the death of his father, King Kyansittha of the Pagan Dynasty. The temple is n...

Irrawaddy Bridge

The Yadanabon Bridge spans the Irrawaddy River (Ayeyarwady River) in the Mandalay suburb connects with Sagaing City. It is 2,000 feet (610 m) upstream of the Ava Bridge. which is at the confluence of the Irrawaddy with the Myitnge River, close to the K...

Kyauktawgyi Pagoda

Kyauktawgyi Pagoda is a Buddhist pagoda located in Amarapura, Burma, near the Taungthaman Lake. It was built in 1847 by King Pagan Min on the model of the Ananda Pagoda at Pagan. It exemplifies a type of architecture, which though borrowed from the ...

Mandalay Palace

The Mandalay Palace, located in Mandalay, Myanmar, is the last royal palace of the last Burmese monarchy. The palace was constructed, between 1857 and 1859 as part of King Mindon's founding of the new royal capital city of Mandalay. The plan of Mandala...

Pakokku Bridge

The bridge connects the town of Pakokku with the administrative district of Nyaung-U. The bridge has a 28 foot wide motorway and a 14 foot wide roadway in parallel besides two pedestrian walkways measuring three foot and three inches. It is a broad cre...


Pitaka Taik finds its meaning in the "library of Buddhist Scriptures". The library was created after a conquest of Thaton, Anawratha seized 30 elephant-loads of Buddhist scripture. He then built a library in 1058 to house these documents. He used a sty...

Sandamuni Pagoda

Sandamani Pagoda is a Buddhist stupa located southwest of Mandalay Hill. It was commissioned by King Mindon Min in 1874 as a memorial to Mindon Min's younger brother, Kanaung Mintha, who was assassinated along with 3 princes, Malun, Saku, and Maingpyin...

Yangon Zoological Gardens

The Yangon Zoological Gardens (Yangon Zoo) is the oldest and the second largest zoo in Myanmar. Located immediately north of downtown Yangon near Kandawgyi Lake, the 70-acre (28 ha) recreational park also includes a museum of natural history, an aquari...









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