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Sri Ksetra World Heritage Site

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Sri Ksetra World Heritage Site

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Nang Mo Hom wrote a review Dec 2019
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It is a worth visit when you're in Myanmar. Imagine you are roaming around a thousand years old ancient Stupas, Gates, Ponds and small villages in the area. We roam with motorcycle and it was amazing ride of the day in Sri Ksetra.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Apichai L wrote a review Aug 2019
Bangkok, Thailand824 contributions65 helpful votes
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This was the first World Heritage Site of Myanmar in 2014. It was not in the city. You should take a car or taxi. There were many sacred places there. If you love the archaeology and history of Buddhism to Myanmar, you should visit this site.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sumana wrote a review Apr 2019
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You can feel that this place is a completely different archeological site with its own uniqueness. Enjoyed the visit.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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dorjetravel wrote a review Mar 2019
London, United Kingdom324 contributions91 helpful votes
You will have this to yourself. Interesting site to cycle around and absorb the pre Bagan sites. 2 to 11 century
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Teddy-at-large wrote a review Feb 2019
541 contributions129 helpful votes
Sri Ksetra is about 30 min by car from downtown Pyay. There is a nice museum worth visiting (5000 Kyat is a bit steep but surpluses probably go to more excavations). You can go around by car, bike or motorbike within this large area to see all the interesting remnants.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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