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Mandalay Palace is located in Mandalay, Myanmar, the last royal palace of the last Burmese monarchy. The palace was constructed, between 1857 and 1859 as part of King Mindon's founding of the new royal capital city of Mandalay.
It costs 10000 kyat for entrance. Although this grants entry to several other sites, the Palace itself is too empty to warrant such expense if that's the only place you're going to go. Few rooms contain anything of note - the highlight was the views...More
Doesn't have to pay to enter this palace but hou have to rent motorcycle inside the palace with driver to go palace because it quite far fron entrance.
Here you can see all building palace and before enter you can read history of this palace...More
Foreigners must enter from the West entrance and leave their passport at the gate. You walk for 10 minutes down a line street and arrive at the palace. The building are nice to see but are empty. The viewing tower is probably the coolest part...More
A pretty poor job of rebuilding the ancient palace. From a distance it looks great but when you get closer it isa bit ramshackle concrete and timber with corrugated steel roofing. Tower is worth climbing up to see the view.