Kuthodaw Pagoda & The World's Largest Book, Mandalay

About Kuthodaw Pagoda & The World's Largest Book, Mandalay

Kuthodaw Pagoda & The World's Largest Book, Mandalay - Address, Ticket Price

Address: At the junction of 62nd street and 10th street, Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma)

Ticket Price: 6795 MMK

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Time Required: 00:40 Mins

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

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The Kuthodaw Pagoda accommodates the largest book in the world. There are more than 700 stone inscriptions kept in individual caves located here that have excerpts from Tipitaka and the entire Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism carved onto them. The pagoda dates back to the 1860’s and is loved for its beautiful architecture and spiritual ambience.

Other highlightsinclude:

  • The bell at Kuthodaw
  • The Inga nan paya shrine
  • Multiple Zayat structures seen around the temple

Kuthodaw Pagoda & The World's Largest Book Ticket Prices

  • Admission Fee: USD 5 per person (~Burmese Kyat 6794.75)

How To reach Kuthodaw Pagoda & The World's Largest Book by Public Transport

  • By Trishaw (Cycle rickshaw)
  • By hiring a Motorcycle Taxi
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Bicycle/ Motorcycle

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  • Super photogenic! Other than the fact that this is the world's largest book, it is also a super photogenic place for you to get as many great pictures as you want! I love white marble so I love this place!

  • Ancient pagoda with famous name of "World Biggest Book". Must go and visit if you arrive to Mandalay.

  • Architecturally impressive and beautiful. Scores of small white pagodas arranged geometrically are dazzling in the sunlight. It's a short walk from Mandalay Hill so should be included in the itinerary.

  • A nice place to visit. Beautiful Buddhist architecture.

  • look out for the world's largest book in this pagoda. Nice and peaceful place.

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