Wat Ra-kang or the Temple of Bells is known for it’s colorful bells. In response to Color Your World: Pacific Blue.
In the early evening, the Golden Mount Temple is lit atop its man-made mountain. In response to to WP Weekly Photo Challenge:Atop
Stairways to the Golden Mount Temple. In response to Color Your World: Atomic Tangerine.
Entrance to a Chinese temple. In response to Color Your World: Burnt Sienna.
I couldn’t resist even though it’s very late. In response to Cee’s Black & White – Looking Through a Window.
The marvelous white stupas of Sandamuni Paya at the foothills of Mandalay as well as the sprawling city of Mandalay as the background. There is about 1,700 of the white stupas that surround the golden pagoda.
In response to 52 Weeks Photo Challenge: Week 10: Morning.
Atumashi Monastery (Maha Atulawaiyan Kyaungdawgyi), was originally built in 1857 by King Mindon, who had founded his new capital of Upper Burma at Mandalay just a few years earlier in 1855. It was considered one of Southeast Asia’s most magnificent buildings. The building and its entire contents burned down in 1890. For years the monastery lay in ruins until the Burmese archaeological department reconstructed the building in the 1990s.