5 Museums to explore in Myanmar
Largest of the mainland South East Asian nation. Overcame the long history of civil wars in 2011 to have a civilian government.
Golden Palace is a small building with two majestic halls, a chamber hosting king’s throne, and some display of relevant information. It is in fact the only decent place worth visiting if Pagodas and Buddha statues, temples are not your thing. There are so many things to see in and around this place. he halls are majestic, with huge pillars, intrinsic artwork on the roof, on the pillars on the side everywhere. Some historical information about the Burmese kings who ruled the palace and artifacts
This is a two-story building dedicated to the Mon history of the region. The exhibits are displayed downstairs while reading rooms are upstairs. The modest collection of the museum includes scales with Mon inscriptions, hundred-year-old sculptures of wood, ceramics, thanaka grinding stones, silver betel boxes. In front of the museum, you can see a British cannon dated 1826 and a huge Myanmar gong. Most labels are in Myanmar on although some are in English.