There have many ancient things..Nice to visit in mandalay.And also there have monks....Interesting place.
1 - 10 of 27 reviews
Though it couldn't be compared to the Shwe Nan Taw Kyaung monastery, which was the only original building left of the Last Palace. Shwe-In-Bin-Monastery's craving and artworks were the works of the late Ya-Ta-Pon period. If you are touring only a day in Mandalay, you...More
The distinguishing feature of this monastery is the teak wood construction. This small quaint monastery is located outside of Mandalay. No admission fee. Before entering the grounds, shoes must be removed. It was original built in the mid 1800s and survived the bombing of the...More
This monastery is very beautiful with fine wood carvings and attractive with its still remaining original style. It is located in the compound of other monastery and no monks are living here. We can see the apartments. It is high and quite big. It look...More
This place seems to be underrated, but indeed it was one of the highlights of Mandalay for us. It’s a small teakwood monastery a bit out of town. Entrance is free of charge. The atmosphere is very quiet and the carvings are amazing and they...More
A nice teak monastery to visit for free. Non-touristy, peacefull and very pretty to see. Because you will probably see some more teak monasteries elsewhere in Yangon I would not call it a must-see, but definitely worth to drop by when hanging around in Mandalay.
I went there with my friends. Although it's so close to our house,we've never been there. It's not quite popular among locals.As soon as we got there,we felt like that:"Are we still in Mandalay?Or where are we?" It's a peaceful place. If u go there,u...More
I really liked this building and its atmosphere of tranquillity and spirituality. It has the most amazing layout, and the detailed carvings are stunning. However, it is sadly falling to ruin, due to exposure to the elements and the traffic of visitors. Maybe a solution...More
almost like a countryside village hidden away in the big city, seemed as a monastery for senior monks
Loved this wooden temple. I liked it more than the famous Shwenandaw Kyaung where all the tourists stop. The wood work is amazing and there is so much detail to see. In the buildings next to the wooden temple were local people practising meditation and...More