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  1. Top Tourist Attractions | Adventure & Private Tours In Myanmar myanmar private tours - Top tourist attractions services provider in Myanmar. We provide private, adventure tours and More online tourism services at Greenwoodtour.com Bagan was also capital of the First Myanmar Empire, also known as Ancient City of Myanmar. It is one of the famous religious places in the world and the richest archaeological sites in Asia. This enchanting city is situated on the eastern bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River with four million pagodas, temples, stupas and shrines which were designed, built and decorated by master craftsmen and ordinary people in 11th to 13th century era. The old Tharabar gate was used as the main gate to the city, built during the 9th century along with 12 gateways, by King Pyin Pyar Min. “Tharaba” meaning “The Gate which can prevent the arrows of the enemy”. Bagan is the most fascinating place for visitors and sightseeing by Car, Horse Cart or on a Bicycle with beautiful local Art, such as Lacquer ware, Bamboo works and beautiful local made Cloth. There is also a sunset boat trip on the Ayeyarwaddy River to observe the beautiful Sunset over Bagan. From twilight to dusk, the setting sun on the horizon throwing its last fling of glow over the temples, stupas and pagodas is indeed a splendid and unique spectacle that could take your breath away. Shwedagon Pagoda The Shwedagon Pagoda is Yangon’s most famous landmark that was built an estimated 2500 years ago, which enshrines strands of Buddha’s hair and other holy relics. The native title for the shrine is Shwedagon Zedi Daw. It’s also known as the Golden Pagoda in English.The massive 110 meters high with hundreds of gold plates pagoda and the top of the stupa is encrusted with 4531 diamonds which includes a 72 carat diamond. The Shwedagon Pagoda consists hundreds colorful temples, stupas, and statues, images that reflects the architectural era spanning almost a 2,500 years. The glow of the pagoda changes during different times of the day with the sunlight. People do rituals and after dark there is a mystical atmosphere with the pagoda lit up by spotlights and candles, soft sounds of twinkling bells, quiet murmurs of people chanting, gold sparkling in the moonlight. Yangon City Hall The City Hall building is considered to be a fine example of Myanmar architecture and located in downtown Yangon, Myanmar. The Municipal Authorities held a design competition in 1913 for a new City Hall but the construction of this building started in 1926 and ended in 1936 as there was a World War I outbreak shelved the plans and construction. The building is enlisted on the Yangon City Heritage List to incorporate Myanmar architectural features such as the three-tiered pyatthat roofing and traditional Myanmar iconography such as peacocks and nagas (serpents). Yangon High Court James Ransome who was the consulting architect to the government of India built Yangon High Court in 1905 with Queen Anne style. Formerly known as the Parliament for Justice, this building was constructed in 1914, before World War I. In 1962, the Government turned it into a High Court Head Office. The impressive building

  2. sports a clock tower whose four faces are lighted at night, and can be seen floating above the city centre with a red brick extravaganza. The High Court has remained a court ever since it was completed in 1911. Bogyoke Aung San Market Bogyoke Aung San Market was built in 1926 with colonial architecture. Bogyoke Aung San Market is situated in the heart of Yangon on Bogyoke Aung San Road and the most popular market of Myanmars. It is a great tourist destination. There are thousands of shops selling gold and jewelry, Burmese jade, pearl, Burmese rubies, wood carvings, antique stores, old coins, bank-notes, postage stamps, tapestry, lacquerware, wood and ivory carvings, silverware, brassware, silk, handicraft and paintings etc. The gems and jewellery whether they are in rough or uncut form or polish cabochon, faceted or as jewellery can be bought in Yangon internationally known great Bogyoke Aung San Market. Bogyoke Aung San Market is also well-known for the pre-Thingyan festival also called the Zay Thingyan meaning the Market’s water festival. It is usually held on the 11th or 12th of April. Youngsters from all over the city come to the market dressed for the festival. The shops donate traditional food. No.4,Room 41, 8 Mile Junction, Pyay Road, Mayangone Township, Yangon 11061, Myanmar Email: enquiry@greenwoodtour.com Tel: (+95) 9973988233 / 9262002296 / 9250675900

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