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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...More
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...More
There is a great deal to see on the ground, all things are almost fined. . I visited to the remaining of the old city walls. The small museum has many interesting pieces and is worth to visit. It takes only 30 minutes to go...More
This ancient archaeological site was once the settlement of the Pyu Civilization, one of the earliest kingdoms in Myanmar (earlier than Bagan). The site is recognized by UNESCO.
From what I have observed from the architecture of the temples in this site, I can guess...More
this place is very near by Pyay . When I went there with Motor Cycle around 20 Minutes from the Hotel i had stayed . I can feel our human kind are very awesome from more than 20000 years ago . A lot of ancient...More
Even Pyu Ancient Cities of Hanlin, Beikthano and Sri Kestra have been recognized as world heritage sites since 2014 , Both of Hanlin and Beikthano has not many things to see at there , but Sri Kestra has still a lot to explore for all...More
Hire a bike from a local person in the village that is close to there, it won't cost very much money $2 US maybe.
It's very sandy so cycling can be a bit slippery but totally possible.
There are some small new Pagodas too see...More
World Heritage Site it may be, but it was rather underwhelming. We saw the outer and inner walls, then went to the museum where there were some funerary urns, inscriptions on sandstone slabs, some jewellery and some bronze and stone statues.