Sightseeing is always an exciting thing to do. It is even more exciting in the first visit.
|Sule Pagoda (left), City Hall (right)|
|Do you see many birds at the lamp?|
Thanks to Google, I gathered some information in advance of the places I wanted to visit in Yangon. I just walked out from the hotel and turned right leading to a bridge. As from this bridge, I could see a pagoda (temple) at the end of this big street.
|The Mosque at the opposite side of Sule Pagoda|
|Pigeons in front of Sule Pagoda|
|Sule Pagoda (back entrance)|
Cling cling cling... Did I hear church bells? Tettt, wrong answer! The sound is coming from a street vendor who is selling sugar cane juice! The guy just puts bells at his small machine to squeeze the sugar cane!
Andrew, my tour guide says that if you have not visited Shwedagon Pagoda, you have not visited Yangon. I must agree with him.
|Light to be switched on when it's dark|
|Sunset at Shwedagon|
|See that tower with white light?|
|Peaceful prayers at sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda|
I guess some things can just be appreciated naturally without sophisticated technology.
|Thanks for taking this wonderful pic, Andrew!|