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quaint caves the most one of Hpa-An , I suggest , this place is u should not go in rainy season because Every Caves is very dangerous in rainy seaon that what can happen is rain falling , full water , somethings may bee.
This cave need to climb up over 100 Steps to reach there. At the foot of this cave, there is hot spring and you can enjoy for taking a bath. Most of the local people believed that taking a bath in this hot spring can...More
This cave is accessible before you get to Hpa An, and we stopped on our way there from Yangon. Newer Buddhist statuary seemed a bit fantastical.cartoonish. Cave and monkeys both interesting, no cost. There are hot springs although we did not trust the cleanliness and...More
It's located near Thaton, the earliest Buddhism practice in this land, earlier than 11th Century Bagan. King Anawrahta attacked Thaton and brought Buddhism, monks and literate people and artists to Bagan together with King Manuha. Thaton is rich with attractions places such as old colonial...More
Well I think it's fair to say that the nature itself is changing scientifically! This cave once had two types of water one warm enough to take bath and one boiled enough to make boiled eggs but now has none for boiled plus the farthest...More
Ive never seen so many Buddha images in one place, all different sizes, shapes and had mudras (gestures) It was unbelievable how they managed to carve hundreds of Buddhas into the cave walls. Worth a visit.