Arrangements made for visitors to take souvenir photos in Kanbawzathadi palace

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The Kanbawzathadi Golden Palace is pictured at the background.

Arrangements are made for visitors to take souvenir photos at every occasion such as Christmas, in the background of Mingala Pond in Kanbawzathadi Golden Palace in Bago.
Bago is one of the most popular pilgrimages and leisure destinations in Myanmar. It is also one of the most visited townships for study tours. It is also one of the tourist destinations in Myanmar, with its magnificent Shwemawdaw pagoda, an ancient pagoda with a height of 373-foot and nine inches, which can be seen from afar, and many other pagodas with historical and cultural heritage.
In addition, the Kanbawzathadi Golden Palace, home to King Bayintnaung who united the second Myanmar kingdom, is also one of the most visited places in Bago. In the Golden Palace which was rebuilt, the throne is displayed together with excavated teak pillars. In addition, Archaeological Museum where excavated ancient coins are displayed, preservation of excavated hill, Queen Khin Khin Gyi’s Palace, and the hall of Supankalaya can also be observed.
It is learnt that arrangements are made for visitors to take souvenir photos on every occasion such as Christmas in the background of Mingala Pond in the palace compound. — Maung Yin Oo/GNLM

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