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Photograph of Charlie & Lauren
Where is the photograph taken?
Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar.
Is it a remote place?
Not at all, this particular pagoda is one of the most popular religious monuments in the whole of Myanmar located in the largest city Yangon.
In what season and at what part of the day is the photograph taken? Would you recommend this season to other travelers or would you prefer a different one?
This photo was taken during the middle of peak season in Myanmar, the beginning of November, and we’d definitely recommend visiting at this time.
From where is the photograph taken? And how can we get there?
In one of the four corners of the temple grounds. Shwedagon Pagoda is located right in the middle of Yangon city so can be easily accessed by foot.
What did you like the most about this place?
The people of Yangon and Myanmar are sooo friendly. They warmly welcomed us into the stunning golden grounds of Shwedagon.
What equipment did you use to get this photograph result?
We used our Nikon D3300 DSLR camera with our trusty tripod.
Do you have any tips for travelers that want to visit this place?
Take in the pure beauty of the sculptures as well as the many interesting stories behind them.
Any last info you would like to share with us?
Enjoy Myanmar…the food, the culture and the endless amount of smiles. For us, it’s one of the most underrated countries in Asia!