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Beautiful Wooden building

Lovely to walk around the walkways of this pagoda/ Monestry. Not so crowded so you can really get a... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2017
Bograt17
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Adelaide
A DELIGHTFUL DAY

This area was a very plesant change from all the places we had visited so far. It was green and... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2017
Kathe C
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“One of Mandalay's most intact monasteries.”
29 May 2017
“Land Mark”
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This monastery (kyaung) still has a very friendly monk in residence. It is very intact and really gives you a pleasant view of monastic existence. Ask the the monk to show you some of his collection of buddhist teachings on palm leaf manuscripts.

Thank Rudy C
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

It's one of interesting place to visit.really old monastery in mandalay.donate by king mindom in 1861.Before the monastery is so hight and under the monastery you can ride the horse.the monastery was godown because of earthquake in 1975.when you arrieved to the monastery you can...More

Thank Min Min T
Reviewed 26 April 2017

Lovely to walk around the walkways of this pagoda/ Monestry. Not so crowded so you can really get a good look around and take some photos.

Thank Bograt17
Reviewed 4 March 2017

This area was a very plesant change from all the places we had visited so far. It was green and lush with lovely fields. The Monastary and buildings made of wood just blended in nicely. No gilt and no paint. The people that tried to...More

Thank Kathe C
Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

This wooden monastery is slightly hidden away from mandalay but worth a visit when your there! The wooden monastery has burned down and been rebuild a few times over the years. The current one has been standing for quite some time and it's artwork and...More

Thank Bram t
Reviewed 6 August 2015

On a leafy side street (300 metres from the corner of 90th and 35th) near Shwe In Bin Kyaung, Tingaza monastery looks abandoned but it isn't. Climb the stairs and surely the resident monk will greet and invite you to come in. Nowadays this dusty...More

1  Thank PORhibido
Reviewed 4 May 2015

This small monastry may at first look deserted. However, when you go closer, you'll fiend a proud and friendly monk who's eager to give you a tour through this beautiful teak monastry. You can admire the architecture and look at the detailed wood carvings. Really...More

1  Thank Heleendewitte
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