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We took the yangon circular train and get down at Mingalardon station which we thought should be the nearest railway station to go to Tooth relic pagoda. It is about 15mins away from the station however it is not a popular spot to get a...More
It's a rather nice temple. It's where they put the Buddha tooth. Don't go there expecting to see the tooth because you won't be able to. You can't go close to the tooth. Can only see it from a distance.
This place houses the tooth from the Buddha. It is said that the relic is on loan from China as part of diplomatic ties with Myanmar. Many locals call this place World Peace Pagoda Kabar Aye.
The interior of the Pagoda is so elaborate and...More
A beatiful padoga near the airport with the Buddhas tooth in its centre. It also has Buddhas from all over Asia placed outside around the walls each one looks slightly different dependant on the country it came from and the era
It's very clam and quite place and very important place for buddhist people as it is with the Buddha tooth. the day we visited was rainy so couldn't say anything about the weather. good place to observe the incredible architecture of a Myanmar temple.
We entered the grounds through a large ornate gateway. You pass Approaching lots of stalls where buddhist worshippers can buy flowers, incense sticks and other items to pay homage to the relic.
A very large white building it resembles the ancient Ananda Pagoda in Bagan....More
This is a nice large temple. The Buddha tooth relic is at the center of the temple surround by many Buddha Statues. It has nicely Myanmar decoration around. I think this might be a good place for meditation.
It's a nice pagoda but not of the same scale as the much larger Shwedagon Pagoda. It has a cheap entrance fee and I came here on the way to the airport because it is a bit out of the way, north of downtown Yangon....More