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King Bayintnaung bell

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 info  Bayintnaung Bell Inscription located on the square of the Shwesigone Pagoda in Bagan will be submitted to the UNESCO at the end of May to enlist as a world heritage site, said Daw Shwe Shwe, deputy director of the Department of the Relation and Information under the control of the Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs.

Koe Htat Gyi Pagoda

info Koe Htat Gyi Pagoda (also spelled as Koe Htat Gyee Pagoda) meaning the Nine Storey Buddha Image, is situated on the Bargayar Road, Sanchaung Township, Yangon. A huge Buddha Image is in a sitting position. Koe Htat Gyi is also known as Atula Dipatti Maha Muni Thetkya.

Bogyoke Aung San Market (Scott Market)

info Bogyoke Aung San Market is situated in the heart of Yangon, on Bogyoke Aung San Road. The market was first built and inaugurated on the present premises in 1926. It was named Scott Market after Mr. C. Scott, the then Municipal Commissioner. Nowadays, it is called Bogyoke Aung San Market in honor of our national leader General Aung San.


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info Heho is most famously known as a beginning stage for those making a beeline for Inle Lake.

Sule Pagoda

info The Sule Pagoda is an excellent landmark. It is said to be over 2,000 years old and contains a hair given by the Buddha to two Burmese merchants. Located on a roundabout in downtown Yangon.

Immanuel Baptist Church

info Immanuel Baptist Church is located in the center of Yagon just next to the Mahabandoola Garden near city hall. Founded in 1885 but destroyed during the World War II; the present Church was rebuilt in 1952.

St. Mary’s Cathedral

info St. Mary’s Cathedral is situated on Bo Aung Kyaw Street in Botahtaung Township, Yangon. It was designed by Dutch architect. Construction began in 1895 and was completed in 1899. The interior of the Cathedral is richly decorated with some outstanding examples of featured exquisite stained glass windows.


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info Loikaw has a population of about 11,000 and it is the capital of Kayah State in Myanmar. It is located near the State’s northern tip, at an elevation of 1200 meters. The inhabitants are mostly Kayah also known as Karenni. Myanmar’s largest hydropower plant is located 20 km east of Loikaw at Lawpita Falls and named as Lawpita Hydropower Plant.

Sri Ksetra

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info Sri Ksetra or Thaye Khittaya (?????????? "Field of Fortune" or "Field of Glory"), found 8 km southeast of Prome (Pyay) at present-day Hmawza village, was the last and southernmost Pyu capital.The city was established between the fifth and seventh centuries,62–63,77 and likely surpassed Halin as the chief Pyu city by the seventh or eighth century, and held that status until the Mranma landed in the ninth century.

Taung Kwe Pagoda

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info The cluster lies in the south of Loikaw, Kayah State, atop Thirri Mingala Hill, that has nine peaks on nine broken hills. It was called Mingala Hill, Phawmye in Kayah, Taunggwe in Myanmar, and Loi Pha Phat in Shan.

Kanbawzathadi Palace

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info  Kanbawzathadi Palace is a palace in Bago, Myanmar. The original palace, built for King Bayinnaung in 1556, consisted of 76 apartments and halls.

Snake Pagoda

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info  During your vacation plans to Myanmar, you should also consider visiting Snake Pagoda located in the city of Bago.

Lawpita Waterfall

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The Lawpita Waterfalls are formed by the famous Bilu Chaung (the Ogre Stream), which flows out of Inle Lake in the far north.

Kyat Gu, The Ghost Cave

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Located 10-mile away from Loikaw, this sprawling natural limestone cave has broken wooden boxes which are believed to be coffins from many years ago. Those who like to have an excitement, this is the one they should take!

Ngwe Daung Dam

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The scenic man-made dam is located app. 10 miles south of Loikaw in Deemoso township, on the way to Pan Pet Kayan village. It is a local hotspot for leisure due to its beautiful sceneries with hills backdrop and restful atmosphere.


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info Beikthano (Burmese: ??????? arranged in the flooded Minbu district (close present-day Taungdwingyi) with direct land access to the all around watered Kyaukse fields to its upper east, is the most established urban site so far found and deductively uncovered site. 

Htee Se Khar Waterfall

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The most accessible and popular waterfalls is located 15 miles in the north of Loikaw, near Shan-Kayah border, on the road towards Se Saing and Taunggyi.

Mya Tha Lyaung Reclining Buddha

info  See the huge statue of Mya Tha Lyaung Reclining Buddha, which lies in the open with no temple or pagoda surrounding it. According to local legend, every time they wanted to construct a building over the statue, a storm brewed, preventing their efforts. Built in 2001, the statue reaches an incredible 82 m (269 ft) long. Stand next to the divine statue of the huge Buddha for a great photo opportunity, then move a bit further back to capture the whole monument in one shot. Put Mya Tha Lyaung Reclining Buddha and other Bago attractions into our Bago vacation generator, and watch your holiday take shape.


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info Ho Pone is believed to be an ancient town and the residents are mainly Shan and Pa-O. It is located 12 miles (19km) away from Taunggyi on the way to Hten San Cave. The most famous religious site is the Shwechanthar Pagoda and Ho Pone pond is also a beautiful spot.

Shwethalyaung Buddha

 info The Shwethalyaung Buddha is a reclining Buddha in the west side of Bago (Pegu), Myanmar. The Buddha, which has a length of 55 metres (180 ft) and a height of 16 metres (52 ft), is believed to have been built in 994, during the reign of Mon King Migadepa. It was lost in 1757 when Pegu was pillaged. During British colonial rule, in 1880, the Shwethalyaung Buddha was rediscovered under a cover of jungle growth. Restoration began in 1881, and Buddha's mosaic pillows (on its left side) were added in 1930.

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Myanmar Integrated Port Limited (MIPL), Port 4, Thilawa started its operations in 1998. The port is about 20 nautical miles from the Yangon River estuary in Kyauktan Area, situated on the right side of Yangon River. Our modern facilities are designed to handle General Cargo such as steel products, heavy equipment, vehicles and rice, just to name a few.

Address: Berth(4), Thilawa Port, Kyauktan Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Tel: +95-1-701970
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The Hotel@ Tharabar Gate

Surrounded by more than 4000 ancient temples and Pagodas, you will be enchanted by the breathtaking views. The Hotel @ Tharabar Gate is within 5 minutes walking distance to the spectacular Ananda Temple known as ‘The Jewel of Bagan’.

Address : Near Tharabar Gate (Old Bagan), Nyaung Oo Township, Mandalay Division, Myanmar.

Phone : 95 (61) 60037/ 42 / 43

Fax : 95 (61) 60044

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