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This is an open air large Buddha. It is longer than its neighbour, the Shwetalyaung Buddha. The Mya Tha Lyaung reclining Buddha is however, not as impressive as the Shwetalyaung Buddha.
This Buddha was sculpted in 2002. Funding was provided by a wealthy Burmese business...More
Unlike the indoor one going to his final rest, this open air reclining Buddha has his right arm supporting his head meaning he's just resting.
It's a huge statue, little bit affected with weather issues but still very nice. It's a quick photo visit in...More
budha je naozaj velky, treba vidiet. Bezvstupu. Potrebujete nieco dlhe alebo sarong, ramena maju byt zahalene.
EN: The buddha is really big. Entry is free.
You need a sarong (or something long), is not allowed to have uncovered your shoulder.
This one is likely to be on your Bago itinerary and it is well worth visiting it. I guess at some point any person reaches a reclining Buddha saturation point but this one stands out for its size as well as how carefully carved/constructed it...More
Not much to see here really. It was a huge reclining Buddha, just as advertised. I have seen a number of these in a number of places, this one was not anything out of the ordinary. Due to recent rains it was very muddy. I...More