2 minutes are more then enough and it can easily be skipped. It is not allowed to climb up anymore and it's just a tower
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We just wanted a peek, when we arrived there, because it wasn't that great. We cycled to the tower and that was more interesting.
Well, it is a standard part of every tour, so you will end up here automatically. But the tower itself is not that spectacular. The street sellers everywhere get quite annoying after a while. So 5 minutes there is enough just for some pictures. It...More
Once , it was used to be called as " leaning Tower of Innwa " because of an earthquake in 1838 tilted it to one side . But right now the tower has been renovated and straightened out already . Nobody can't go to upstairs...More
Best part about this was the horse and cart ride out here, which was a real experience and we loved it. The tower itself was interesting but we could only see it from the outside as it was under repair at the time. Still worth...More
Once part of a larger building, this is one of 2 stone structures that survive from when this was the capital of the Kingdom of Burma. Some distance from Mandalay, the tower is surrounded by rice fields and banana plantations.