Taunggyi Myanmar Shopping
If you are looking for a luxurious escape to a lake, we have provided you with some of the best accommodation in the Shan State capital, Taunggyi. Many of them are actually outside the city, but they are all within walking distance of each other, so you can reach them in no time.
We found the Shwe Phone Pwint Pagoda, which is located on a ridge east of Taunggyi. From the east of the pagoda, the Shan Hills stretch into the distance and a small river from which you can swim.
To the south are the Rakhine Mountains and Arakan Mountains, which are completely within Myanmar and separated from the central basin by a strip of coastline. The border between India and Myanmar runs from north to south, and both countries border the western and eastern parts of the Himalayas and the Indian Ocean. The western part crosses the eastern part of Myanmar, where it flows into the sea, while the eastern side of Burma and the northern part pass into India.
The folding of the Western Mountains is structurally connected by the central lowlands of the basin, which lies between the Rakhine Mountains and the Shan Plateau. The country as a whole can be divided into two parts, the eastern and western parts of Myanmar, each with its own geography and geography.
The Shan Plateau in the east rises from the central basin, while the Rakhine Mountains rise to the western part of the basin in the west.
The landscape is absolutely flat, except for the delta formed by the Irrawaddy and Sittang. The upper reaches of the rivers flow through a series of hills and valleys separated by a thin layer of erosion - resistant rock that has never been bent. This monotony is alleviated by rocks that are resistant to erosion, never more than a few hundred meters thick and have a maximum depth of about 100 meters.
Taunggyi, which means "Great Mountain" in Burmese, is located at 1,436 meters above sea level and has a cool but pleasant climate - all year round. The average altitude is about 2,500 meters, with the highest peak at 3,000 meters above sea level.
Taunggyi is a large market town on the mountains on holidays, known for its tea, Thai and Chinese goods.
Fresco also supplies vegetables to hotels, restaurants and supermarkets, and Organic Valley also supplies the marketplace and Citymart outlets. The Mall is a food delivery service that provides daily delivery services to your doorstep. Simply select what you need from different categories and order online or by phone on their website, just choose, order and your items will be delivered to your home within a specified time. Door-to-door delivery programs ensure customer convenience, and organic products can be brought to market in less than 30 minutes from their Taunggyi office.
The service offers a variety of options to choose from, such as fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy products, fruits and vegetables. Whether fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, cheese, bread or other items: There are various items from different categories to choose from.
Directly west of Taunggyi is the German-run Aythaya Vineyard, one of the only two vineyards in Myanmar. In one of them there are also accommodations, and there are also many delicious local Shan dishes, such as kimchi, kabob, bok choy, chutney, tahini and more.
Although it has some garish Buddhist tributes, it offers some of the best food in the country and a great view of Taunggyi. Due to its resident cats trained to jump through hoops, the Jumping Cats Monastery is known as one of Myanmar's most popular tourist attractions and a popular destination for cat lovers.
Taunggyi is known for the wonderful Fire Balloon Festival, which takes place in early November. The dazzling fire and balloon festivals that take place in November and the thousands of pagodas that can be found in nearby Kakku are other reasons to visit Kakku. Take a day or night out and look at the wide selection of photos that will be included in our Taungyi Photo Album.
We offer a variety of tours in Myanmar, including to Taunggyi and surrounding areas, learn more here and learn more about our trip through Myanmar in the coming weeks.
This old village has many ancient stupas and we reached it by boat from Lake Inle and paid a visit. This village also has a monastery and an old stupa, which offers a great insight into rural village life, which is somewhat different from the more touristy parts of Taunggyi, but still very beautiful and beautiful.
Taunggyi's culturally diverse population means that there are places of worship from a variety of religions, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and many other religions. The most prominent religious monument in the city is the huge white stupa, which is modeled after the Ananda Pagoda in Bagan. It was built in 1994 on the occasion of the centenary of Taungya and is one of the most important religious monuments of the city.