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I am not sure it is good tourist attraction but when i on there, i can see view of Kanbawzathadi Palace and Maharzedi pagoda. The view is nice. Besides, i can touch with not only Buddhism but also spirit activities. Nat believers and music players...More
The Hamsa Birds story is the most interesting of this place. Our guide told us back in Yangon about Bago women, who have the pants on in their relationships and marriages. The Hamsa birds explain this story, because the female bird is sitting ontop of...More
We enjoyed this place because of the legend of the Hamsa birds, and seeing a very active Nat worshipping shrine. We saw a lot of reclining Buddhas and huge pagodas in Myanmar, this is rather different so worth seeing. Note it is not shiny, new...More
Out with my friend Smith during a full day around this interesting area within the Bago archaeological zone with admission fee for foreign visitors 10,000 Kyats. Arrival on 04/07/16 and walked around temples, street stalls, declining buddha & pagodas , etc.
This zone area would...More
The legend was interesting and the pagoda impressive. It was very quiet when we were there on a February afternoon. The gentle breeze made it so much nicer since it is on the hill. Do walk with care because the floor may not be swept...More
This is a nice temple where one can learn about the history ( legend) of the origin of Bago , the story about the two birds that are icons of Bago and at the same time witness some ''religious '' ceremonies . At the top...More