Shwe Yan Pyay

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  • A 115 year old teak temple, which has a unique oval window and there is a place nearby which keep plenty of small Buddha images in the wall. The mural painting on the wall also nice to appreciate. If you come to the right time, you will meet the local or a hill tribe, come to offering food or make a merit. Don't miss to say hi with them and take a photo.

  • Used to travelled passing this temple for a few times, it always attracted me to amaze at it, even for a quick one; it's really amazing for the eyes, but haven't had a chance yet to drop in for a proper visit.

  • one iconic place in myanmar, very good ambience of light during morning after sunrise.if you love human interest photography, this is one a must visit in the country

  • Great spot to visit on the way from or to the airport. Visit the wooden pagoda and the qhote adjecant building to see a unique corridor walkway designwd with dark red buddha wall statues.

  • Very different from all the other monasteries and temples you see in Myanmar. This is built on stilts and made of wood. Monks are studying inside and you can sit down and listen or watch the tiny playful kittens.

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