Irrawaddy River in Mandalay during sunset
Activity along the banks of the Irrawaddy River in Mandalay, Myanmar
Boats made of hollowed-out trees
Two boats made of hollowed-out trees and a bathing ox in the background. Myitnge River near Hsipaw in Myanmar
Baw Gyo Paya, Hsipaw, Myanmar
The backside of the Baw Gyo Paya (Pagoda) 10 km west of Hsipaw, Myanmar Baw Gyo Paya is a Buddhist temple in Bawgyo village built in the 12th century.
Street scene in Pynn-oo-Lynn
Street scene / market near the railway station of Pynn-oo-Lynn in Myanmar
Man with ox cart in the countryside near Pynn-oo-Lynn
Man riding on his ox cart in the countryside near Pynn-oo-Lynn, eastern Myanmar
Office of railway station in Pyin Oo Lwin
Small office of the railway station in Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar
Temples in Bagan, Myanmar
Bagan is one of the former capitals of Myanmar founded in the ninth century. Bagan has the largest collection of Buddhist temples, ruins and stupas in the world. In the 13th century the town was abandoned by the inhabitants. There are still hundreds of temples, often in relatively good condition. Pagan has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2019 and is one of the top tourist destinations in Myanmar.
Fruit Market in Mandalay
Women at the Fruit Market in Mandalay, Myanmar
Woman at U-Bein Bridge, Amarapura, Mandalay
Woman at U-Bein Bridge over the Taung Tha Man Lake in Amarapura, Mandalay, Myanmar
White Pagodas around Sandamuni Paya
The Buddhist stupa Sandamani Paya near Mandalay Hill is surrounded with hundreds of smaller white pagodas. Sandamuni was build at the end of the 19th century in order of King Mindon Min. It is a memorial to his younger brother, prince Kanaung Mintha, who was assassinated during the 1866 Myingun Prince rebellion.