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Myanmar Attractions

Myanmar is a country rich in history, culture, custom and tradition. It also has a number of tourist attractions, with many more unknown and yet undiscovered tourist attractions. Many of Myanmar’s popular tourist attractions are famous all over the world and all of them largely reflect the rich spiritual, religious life of the country.
Shwedagon Pagoda
Ranked as the most sacred one of all Buddhist sites in Burma. Good spot of Myanmar tour to view the beautiful sunset.
Sule Pagoda (Sule Paya)
A 2,000-year-old golden temple. It once served as a meeting point for many political activities.
Shwezigon Pagoda
It is the spiritual center for Bagan people, and the most significant shrine of Bagan.
Chaukhtatgyi Pagoda
A famous pagoda in Yangon renowned for its giant 65-meter long Reclining Buddha image.
Kuthodaw Pagoda
A Buddhist stupa Known as "the world's biggest book", housing 15 books of the Tripitaka.
Shwenandaw Kyaung
Also called Golden Palace Monastery, is a historical monastery in Burmese-style architecture
Kyaiktiyo Pagoda
Also known as Golden Rock Pagoda, the third most important sacred Buddhist pilgrimage site in Myanmar.
Kyaikpun Pagoda
A pagoda in Bago with the Four Seated Buddha shrine in four position.
Htilominlo Temple
A 150ft-high Buddhist temple located in Bagan, famous for the elaborate plaster moldings.
Sandamuni Paya
Built as a memorial, in possession of a cluster of slender whitewashed stupas.
Thatbyinnyu Temple
Bagan’s highest temple, built for two white-colored boxy storeys, nearby Ananda Temple.
Shwe Inn Dain Pagoda Relics
A cluster of pagoda relics with over 1000 pagodas, located on the western bank of Inle Lake.
Mahamuni Pagoda
One of the most famous Buddhist sites and major pilgrimage sites in Myanmar。
Mingun Pagoda
A giant monument located in Mingun with a good overview of Hsinbyume Pagoda, Mingun village and the river
Hsinbyume Pagoda
A large white pagoda modeled on the Buddhist mythological mountain - Mount. Meru.
Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda
he holiest religious site of Inle Lake area, known for four ancient Buddha images.
Pindaya Cave
Housing three caves which consist of thousands of Buddha images on a limestone ridge.
Dhammayangyi Temple
A massive, walled Buddhist temple, the widest of all the temples in Bagan.
Sulamani Temples
Known as the Crowning Jewel, one of the most attractive and the most-frequently visited temples in Bagan.
Nanpaya Temple
A Hindu temple, famous for its interior masonry work – sandstone block facing over a brick core.
Payathonzu Temple
A Buddhist temple containing three interconnected shrines famous for the 13th-century murals.