Top 5 Pagodas From Our Travel Agent Slogans In Yangon, Myanmar6 min read

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Top 5 Pagodas From Our Travel Agent Slogans In Yangon, Myanmar

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Yangon city is the biggest city in Myanmar, and its famous for “golden pagodas”.

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Botataung Pagoda – “Shining Golden Up To The Sky”

Address: Corner of Strand Road and Botahtaung Pagoda Road, Kanna Block, Botahtaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar.

Botataung Pagoda - “Shining Golden Up To The Sky”
Botataung Pagoda - “Shining Golden Up To The Sky”
Botataung Pagoda - “Shining Golden Up To The Sky”
Botataung Pagoda - “Shining Golden Up To The Sky”
Botataung Pagoda - “Shining Golden Up To The Sky”

Botataung Pagoda was constructed 2500 years ago which almost in the same time with Shwedagon Pagoda, and is the first temple in the world with the sacred hair relic of Buddha.

The new pagoda is of original design and in height 131 feet 8 inches (40.13 m), on a base of 96 feet (29 m) x 96 feet (29 m). The main attraction is the stupa’s hollow inside, which has a mirrored maze-like walkway lined with glass showcases containing many ancient relics and artifacts that were sealed inside the earlier pagoda

The festival of the Botahtaung pagoda is annually celebrated during the dry season. During the festival, one of the cultural theatrical troupes usually performs throughout the night to entertain the audience who come to pay homage and enjoy the festival. The usual food stalls are also at the entranceway as a complement to the festival traditions.

Opening Hour: 6:00 am to 20:00 pm daily
Entrance Fees: 3$ per person

Shwedagon Pagoda – “Beginning Of Amazing Golden Chop”

Address: No.1. Shwedagon Pagoda Road, Dagon Township, Yangon, Myanmar.

Shwedagon Pagoda - “Beginning Of Amazing Golden Chop”
Shwedagon Pagoda - “Beginning Of Amazing Golden Chop”
Shwedagon Pagoda - “Beginning Of Amazing Golden Chop”
Shwedagon Pagoda - “Beginning Of Amazing Golden Chop”
Shwedagon Pagoda - “Beginning Of Amazing Golden Chop”

Being built over 2500 years ago during the time of Gautama Buddha, this gold-encrusted Shwedagon Pagoda is considered as the Golden Glory and the Soul of the Myanmar People.

The pagoda itself is a solid brick stupa (Buddhist reliquary) that is completely covered with gold. It rises 326 feet (99 m) on a hill 168 feet (51 m) above the city.

Situated on the sacred hill, it towers over the whole city and rises nearly 100 meters. You can reach to the Pagoda from all sides of the hill, and on along the stairways of these entrances, there are many vendors selling different kinds of religious items.

Up on the entrance to the Shrine, there is a pair of lions guarding. Getting to Shwedagon, you will experience its elegant and symmetrical architecture beauty. Its Spire is made up of a thick gold with numerous diamonds, rubies and precious gems embedded in it.

The lighting effect in the Shwedagon Stupa gives it a special feel as if the entire place is lilting in the aura of Lord Buddha. For this reason, the best time to visit this Shwedagon Pagoda is just before the sunset when you can enjoy the changes of the shining gold in different tones according to the radiant of the setting sun.

Opening Hour: 8:00 am to 21:00 pm daily
Entrance Fees: 8$ per person

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Sule Pagoda – “Golden Land In The City’s Heart”

Address: Junction of Sule Pagoda Road and Mahabandoola Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar.

Sule Pagoda - “Golden Land In The City’s Heart”
Sule Pagoda - “Golden Land In The City’s Heart”
Sule Pagoda - “Golden Land In The City’s Heart”
Sule Pagoda - “Golden Land In The City’s Heart”
Sule Pagoda - “Golden Land In The City’s Heart”

Sule Pagoda is built in 2200 years ago and located as an oasis in the heart of Yangon city, occupying the centre of the city and important space in contemporary Myanmar politics, ideology and geography.

It is a glossy golden Mon-style pagoda, octagonal in shape, with each side 24 feet long; its height is 144 feet and 9.5 inches. The dome structure, topped with a golden spire, extends into the skyline, marking the cityscape.

Around the chedi are ten bronze bells of various sizes and ages with inscriptions recording their donors’ names and the dates of their dedication.

As for this historical period, the Pagoda is surrounded by many impressive buildings of which their architecture tell you stories of colonial era and the renaissance.

Opening Hour: 4:00 am to 22:00 pm daily
Entrance Fees: 2$ per person

Kaba Aye Pagoda – “Colorful Golden World Peace”

Address: Kabar Aye Road, Mayangone Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Kaba Aye Pagoda
Kaba Aye Pagoda - “Colorful Golden World Peace”
Kaba Aye Pagoda

The Kaba Aye Pagoda or “World peace pagoda” is lately built in Yangon in 1952 by U Nu, the prime minister to host the sixth Buddhist Council which finished in 1956, 2,500 years after the Buddha’s passing into nirvana.

The stupa is 36 meters in height and 34 meters around the base. Its golden dome being topped with a multi tiered hti – an umbrella shaped ornamental spire. The lower part of the pagoda is very colorful and in round structure with five elaborately carved doorway.

In the focal point of the pagoda is a huge, empty column. Its outside is embellished with paintings of nature in blue and green colors. Around the column are brilliant pictures of the four Buddhas that have reached Nirvana.

A room inside the pagoda houses Buddha relics, including a large silver statue of Buddha, over eight feet tall. There is also a room inside the pagoda, which is used to keep Buddha relics.

The Maha Pasana Cave, which translates to “great cave of stone,” is located to the north of the Kaba Aye pagoda. The cave is a replica to the cave by the same name in India, where the first Buddhist Synod or Great Council was held just some months after the Buddha underwent Parinirvana.

Opening Hour: 6:00 am to 20:00 pm daily
Entrance Fees: 5$ per person

Maha Wizaya Pagoda – “The Silence Of Gold In The Blue Sky”

Address: Shwedagon Pagoda Road in Dagon Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Maha Wizaya Pagoda - “The Silence Of Gold In The Blue Sky”
Maha Wizaya Pagoda - “The Silence Of Gold In The Blue Sky”
Maha Wizaya Pagoda - “The Silence Of Gold In The Blue Sky”
Maha Wizaya Pagoda - “The Silence Of Gold In The Blue Sky”

It was constructed in 1980 on the Dhammarakkhita Hill (Guardian of the Law) which confronts the popular Shwedagon Pagoda to recognize the first successful convening of all sects of the Buddhist religious order, under one supervisory body.

All way of customary decoration was done by modern artisans and artists with their effort to protect the national culture created through the ages. The enshrined relics were contributed by the King of Nepal, while the pagoda’s hti (umbrella) was consecrated by Ne Win, the country’s former leader.

The well-proportioned site is a hollow stupa containing Buddhist relics; its inside is endowed with a decorative forest of fake trees and a beautiful blue dome showing star constellations. The center of the pagoda features many Buddha Images of gold and jade along with a large mural on the ceiling and the walls are adorned with replica trees from around the country with leaves covering the entrances giving the feel of actually being in the jungle.

An outer corridor contains glass housing which you can find Buddha Images in all shapes and styles from all around the country’s states and regions. Paintings of famous religious sites dress the walls making the pagoda feel like a testament to the country as a whole. Each entryway contains beautiful frescos of different stages of the Buddha’s life.

The pagoda was built to commemorate the convening of the First Congregation of All Orders for the Purification, Perpetuation and Propagation of Sasana in 1980, which formed the State Sangha Maha Nayaka Committee, a governmental regulatory body of Buddhist monks

Opening Hour: 4:00 am to 22:00 pm daily
Entrance Fees: 2$ per person

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