Kyaik Hmaw Wun Pagoda (or also known as Kyauktan Yele Pagoda)
info Yele Pagoda at Kyauktan means the Pagoda in mid-stream on a laterite reef. The Pagoda is also known as Kyaik Mhaw Won Pagoda. The pagoda was built by King Zeyasana, the seventh king of the Pada Dynasty in the third century BC. The height of the original pagoda was only 11ft.
The only way to get into the pagoda is by the boat. Foreigners are required to sit at a "larger boat" which differs from the smaller ones that the locals take due to "security purposes".
monetization_on No entry fees
watch_later Operation hours: 6:00-20:00
hourglass_full Time needed: Approximately 1 hour
Yele Pagoda or the Pagoda in the middle of the river
The ferry stand to go to the Yele Pagoda
A sitting golden Buddha Image in Yele Pagoda
Yele Pagoda or the Pagoda in the middle of the river.
The platform of the Pagoda
build Year established: n.a.
place Kyauktan Township, Yangon.
email no email
public no web site
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