Amarapura

About Amarapura

Founded by King Bodawpaya in 1783 as his new capital. Amarapura is a former capital of Myanmar during the Konbaung Dynasty, and King Mindon built Mandalay in 1857 and shifted the capital from Amarapura in 1860. Amarapura is now a township of Mandalay city. Amarapura is bounded by the Irrawaddy river in the west, Chanmyathazi Township in the north, and the ancient capital site of Ava in the south.

Best Seasons

All year round

Popular Locations

U Bein bridge, Mahagandaryone monastery

TOURS AROUND Amarapura

Irrawaddy river near Mandalay
Learn about the rich royal history of the ancient cities near Mandalay on this cultural tour. Stroll along the longest teak foot bridge in the world and visit what could have been the world’s biggest pagoda.
Oo Hmin Thone Sal
This 2 full days 2 nights tour package is for newer who come to Myanmar first time. We include all necessary arrangement led by tour guide and meals is not include in the price  and that is optional.
Myanmar Upper Land
This 18-day journey through Myanmar will take you from the cultural highlights of the central region to the natural delights further south.
Culture & Beach in Myanmar
This is the perfect holiday for first-time visitors to Myanmar who want to experience the Golden Land’s authentic culture and the idyllic coastline of Ngapali Beach.
This 12 days Group Sharing Tour is recommended for travelers who want to travel with other people. Travelers can save the budget as we arrange by bus for intercity transfer of the tour.
Menu Brick Monastery
Full-day Excursion day trip to three ancient cities of Ava, Sagaing, and Amarapura in and around Mandalay. This is a private guided tour and includes hotel pickup, air-con car, Tour guide service, and boat & horse cart fees.

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