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All reviews practice their english sunset view walk up nice view watch the sunset great sunset by foot bare feet worth the climb nice walk camera fee young monks no shoes worth the trip take photos early morning entrance fee
This place had amazing view of Mandalay and the sunset made it magical. it was beautiful with shinning temple .
It was crowded so was bit annoying and walking around with no shoes was not so comfortable as your feet got so dirty.
About 235 m above sea level Mandalay Hill is the sentinel of the city and from which the city derives its name. It has a motor able road though those with ample time can trek upthe1800 steps. To get to the pagoda there are escalators...More
It was a good view from the top and the glass-walled pagoda was also interesting. However, it was too hazy to see a real sunset from the top.
I saw many people walking up, taking tuc tuc, but fortunately, I got a ride in a...More
If you are willing to watch a beautiful (and I mean b e a u t i f u l !!) sunset then you must prepare yourself for quite a ride .....it's not so easy to get there - I would NOT advice walking ,...More
Mandalay Hill is nice to see when in mandalay but it isn’t that special. Inside you can visit the buddha wich is covered in gold and there is also a brons museum with old statues, I believe from cambodia
We made the mistake to walk up, it was like 40 floors in total
The view is nice specially for the sunset
The only issue is that there are a bunch of super high trees so the view is kind of limited bc of it...More
You have several options here......walk to the top in bare feet ( due temples enroute, recommend you carry your shoes), or take a tuk tuk up plus the elevator, or take the truck up (cheaper, if you can find it), and take elevator or walk...More
It is not far the best view you can get in Mandalay. And everybody knows: crowded. But still, worth it. The strange thing is that you pay bike entrance, Pagoda entrance (as tourist), and also the guys watching your motorbike want money.
I am not sure which gate it would be but you should be able to take your motorbike a long way up - if you follow the road I would think it will be obvious where you cannot drive any further. That said, we really enjoyed the... More
I am not sure which gate it would be but you should be able to take your motorbike a long way up - if you follow the road I would think it will be obvious where you cannot drive any further. That said, we really enjoyed the walk up from the bottom gate, where you could park your bike, seeing the intermediate temples and other sights.