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Visiting this Pagoda was on our tour itinerary. Already little bit tired seeing so many temples and seeing the major ones on previous days I wasn't expecting much.
The temple is on a hill, secluded and with very few tourists. In a beautiful curved ornamented...More
I visited this little pagoda because my guide recommended it. It is from the 13th century and contains interstate Buddha statues. Many locals visited this place for their prayers. It is an quite oasis in the middle of this noisy city.
This place is interesting but not outstanding place to visit. But if you have time, you should stop here and for example study the sponsorship plates showing that people from all around the world would like to see this place preserved.
Seeing all the 32 Buddhas lined up is quite pretty and the site is also notable for being a sanctuary during WWII bombings. Be careful when walking on the tiles as they are extremely slippery when wet. There's quite a nice view from the top...More
This temple is not on the "tourist path" and one is really alone with locals practising meditation here. There are several buildings all filled with beautiful Buddha images, but it is a great place for a quiet time or meditation.
For a pagoda that has reportedly never undergone any restoration work since its construction 2,000 years ago, it is in a remarkably pristine condition. This is one pagoda you need to ensure that you look up as much as around, since there are treasures all...More
I am a little confused as to what recent reviews on this Pagoda read. Where the long line of Buddha statues come from l cannot understand. Our driver took us to Shwekyimyint Paya as it is his local place of worship and he even said...More
The often photographed long line of Buddhas here is an impressive site but for me the views from the top of the site are just as good.
When we were there it was all very quiet so a shady place to sit and take in...More