Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda

  • Address: Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda, Myanmar (Burma), Bagan
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids, Nature

A Pagoda with an incredible view, that’s Tuyin Taung Pagoda or Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda for you! On your way to Mt Popa, you can break your road trip and enjoy some relaxed moments here. This one is situated at the top of a hill and hence the view it offers is just fascinating. When the sun is about to set and the sky turns orange, this is the best time when you can enjoy Tuyin Taung Pagoda beauty in the truest manner! Also, carrying a camera is must!

Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda Travel Tips

  • Remove your footwear before visiting the temple.
  • Respect the local culture and customs.

How to Reach Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda

  • Hired taxis or cars.

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  • Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda Address: Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda, Myanmar (Burma), Bagan
  • Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 22.89% of people who visit Bagan include Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda visit around 6 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda

People normally also visit Dhammayazika Pagoda while planning their trip to Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Tant Kyi Taung Pagoda Reviews & Ratings

  • One of the distinct pagodas built by King Anawrahta.

  • We had to reach the Pagoda by crossing the River Aeyawady by ferry boat arranged by the Bus tour operator in the Package to Bagan & around. It was a pleasant experience to cross the calm River. It took about 30 minutes to reach the base point of the hill housing the Pagoda. The second leg of travel is by a jammed van into which the tourists are packed - 16 in one load van with no seats! With a request for capture of scenes in my photography I was permitted to sit at the front driver side seat. The van took another 30 min up ( 20 min down ride). The van was parked at the foot of the Pagoda. We preferred to go by free lift to the level of Pagoda. After having a brief prayer at the Lord's abode we started enjoying the beautiful surroundings of plain+ hills view on one side and the River view on another side . There is also steps to reach the Pagoda through which we can view the Shrines at the lower reaches. The return trip also takes an equal time totalling half a day for the whole trip. Yet with adventurous experience it is worth spending the time .

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  • The pagoda overlie on the TantKyiTaung very nice place.

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