Tommy Travel Journal #6 // 60 seconds Shwedagon Pagoda Timelapse//

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There is a lot that happening in Myanmar now. Let's pray for better Myanmar future especially for future generation and us to come there and appreciate the beauty of culture , lifestyle , and architecture .

Have you been in Myanmar ?
If you havent visit Myanmar , you should come there when the time comes. I also really want to visit Myanmar again near future . There still a lot of place that i havent visit and explore in Myanmar.

Myanmar is a must spiritual place you need to visit , Myanmar has practice Buddhism thousand years ago until now . Buddhism is practiced by nearly 90% of the population of Myanmar

If you come to Yangon , Shwedagon Pagoda is a must place to visit . The Shwedagon Pagoda was constructed more than 2,600 years ago, which would make it the oldest Buddhist stupa in the world.
According to archaeologists and scholars, the Shwedagon Pagoda was built by the Mon people, an ethnic group from Myanmar. Construction is believed to have started in the 6th century.

This is 60 minutes timelapse at Shedagon pagoda in 60 seconds. The audio is chanting mantra by record from the people who praying there.

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