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Mandalay, the former royal capital of Burma, conjures a romantic image of the exotic Orient as referenced in popular stories and poems. Today, Mandalay is the commercial, cultural and administrative centre of northern Myanmar where bustling trade and transport activities dominate the town.
The outlying area offers a more serene contrast, with views of the Ayeyarwaddy River and the Shan Plateau. There are a host of temples and historic landmarks to explore in nearby ancient cities including Sagaing, Mingun, Inwa, and Amarapura.
|Heho (Inle Lake)||30min flight|
|Yangon||1hr 15min flight|
The Kuthodaw Pagoda is home to the world's largest book of Buddhist scriptures
The iconic U Bein Bridge, built in 1850, is the longest teak wood bridge in the world
View of the mighty Ayeryawady River
Men apply sheets of thin gold leaves on the Mahamuni Buddha image, considered one of the most sacred in the country