Bagaya Kyaung, Mandalay

Half day tour to Amapura
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Bagaya Kyaung, Mandalay - Address, Ticket Price

Address: Amarapura, Myanmar (Burma)

Ticket Price: 8216 MMK

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Bagaya Kyaung, Mandalay

The Bargaya Monastery is dedicated to Shin Dhammabhinanda and is one of the most popular attractions not just in Mandalay but in the whole country.  The monastery dates back to the late 16th century and is completely made in Teak wood (believed to use 267 gigantic teak wood posts!). The monastery accommodates a seven-tiered spire that has the Dhanu hall and the Bhawga hall. The beautiful Burmese décor along with carvings and art work that dates back to the Inwa Era, holds the charm of the place.

How To reach Bagaya Kyaung by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Chan Mya Shwe Pyi Highway Station (around 6 kilometers away)
  • By Trishaw (cycle rickshaw)
  • By hiring a Motorcycle Taxi
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Bicycle/ Motorcycle

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  • I think this place is one of the most authentic old places. You can ride a horse cart to get to there or rent a car. The place needs some restoration work but I think the lack of retouching also maybe what’s making it more attractive for visitors. But be prepared for lack of hygienic restaurants and clean toilets since it is located in a rural area.

  • Famous wooden monastrey in Innwa Acient City.

  • Very nice wooden monastery. Watch your step though, because of nails.

  • This is an amazing teak house.

  • The most beautiful and most impressive teak temple in Myanmar. In rainy season the views of the surrounding countryside is really astounding.

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