The Maha Bandula Park is located in the downtown of Yangon, Burma. It is a public park, which is surrounded by Maha Bandula Street in the east, Sule Pagoda Road in west, Konthe Road in south and Maha Bandula Road in north. In addition, this park lies in close vicinity to many significant buildings that include Sule Pagoda, The Yangnon City Hall and High Court. The name of the park is taken from the general Maha Bandula who fought against Britishers during the first Anglo-Burmese War. Furthermore, this park also has an Independence memorial, which is a tall pillar that pays homage to Burmese independence from the British government in 1948. It was previously called as Fytche Square in the honor of Burma Chief Commissioner, Albert Fytche. Maha Bandula Park is most popular among Tai chi practitioners during morning and evening.
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