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Ei Thet Kyaw (IV TM 130)
=== Maha Bandula Park
Maha Bandula is a public park, located in downtown Yangon, Burma. The park is one of the oldest parks in yangon and is bounded by Maha Bandula Garden Street in the east, Sule Pagoda Road in the west, Konthe Road in the south and Maha Bandula Road in the north, and is surrounded by some of the important buildings in the area such as the Sule Pagoda, the Yangon City Hall and the High Court. The park was founded as Fytche Square in honour of British Burma. It is also well known as Tank Square. A white marble statue of Queen Victoria was placed in the center of the Park. The park is named after General Maha Bandula who fought against the British in the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824–1826). The park’s most impressive feature is a 152 Ft white obelisk Independence Monument. It surrounded by five concentric circles of Lion.
In the early morning, you can enjoy with your family or friends around the Maha Bandula park. Some people are walking and running with pet, can see all age groups are doing regular physical exercise or activity. Some kids are playing in the park. You can take a breath fresh air. There is a “street market” beside Maha Bandula Park. You can explore their life and find our Myanmar foods. Mostly there are crowded with people, buses and cars. Some people are running to their work to get there on time.
Sometime you can see event in memorable day likes Independence Day. When the sun goes down, sometimes you can see the colorful cloud in the sky. As Maha Bandula park is located in downtown, you can easily go there by taking bus or trains. As the bus stop is just beside the Maha Bandoola Park, you need to make just one or two steps to reach there.
There is no need to pay any entrance fees for Maha Bandula Park. The park usually opens 5:30 in the morning and closes 6:30 in the evening.