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This is one of the more popular photo spots in Kawthoung. King Bayinnaung was definitely one of the most famous kings in Myanmar and reigned supreme in the Toungoo Dynasty of Burma (Myanmar) from 1550 to 1581. During his 31-year reign, which has been called...More
The statue is on top of the park from where you can get a panoramic view of the channel that separates Myanmar and Thailand. You can see the coast of Thailand and the park requires you to walk a bit uphill.
The King statue, of course. But also the panoramic view of southernmost tip of Myanmar mainland.
No public transport up the hill, but easily assess by motorcycle or even an exercise walk.
Universal design: *
The place is not for the unhealthy...More
As there is not much to do in the city, you will most likely end up here. The park is nice enough place for walk and the history if the king is quite interesting. Good introduction to the region. I also recommend to push further...More
Visited this place around 3:30 PM, there's alot of people came for jogging.
At sea side , it's a very nice view of andaman sea and some islands.
Atmosphere was greate with natural fresh air.
Recommended to visit once, specially in the evenings.
Visited as part of a day trip from Ranong. There is not a great deal to see in the area. The statue is well maintained and there are nice views. The is an inscription in Burmese and English which explains the significance of this King.