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Yangon Region

The Main Tourists Spots of Yangon

Successive king had embellished the Pagoda during the 15th century and Queen Shin Saw Pu and King Sin Phyu Shin raised it to its present height.

Shewdagon Pagoda

It is about 99.9 meters above the green cityscape of Yangon the Shwedagon Pagoda is the Landmark visible from miles around. One of the wonders of the world, it was believed to have been built over 2600 Years ago where the four Buddha’s relics were enshrined.

Kabar Aye Pagada and Mahapassana Cave

Kabar Aye Pagoda is meaning World Peace Pagoda, was built to commemorate the Sixth Buddhist Synod in 1954, which was held in Mahapassana Ghu (Cave) with the same compound.

Chauk Htat Gyi (Reclining Buddha Images)

This Pagoda is huge 72 meters reclining Buddha , built in 1907, and this stylished posture was renovated in 1966. The magnifacnt feature can see the finest decoration of Buddha’s eye in which tourists need for attractions.

National Museum

Located on Pyay Road, the National Museum has five floors of exhibits. It displays the Lion Throne, the Elephant Throne, the royal regalia, manuscripts, painting and so on. Other attractions in Yangon are Sule Pagoda, Malamu Pagoda, Botataung Pagoda, Tooth Relics Pagoda (Swedaw), Lawka Chantha Ahbaya Labha Muni Buudha Image, Bogyoke Aung San Park, People’s park, Yangon Zoo and Hlawga Wildlife Park.

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