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This cave is not in Pyin Oo Lwin but it only takes about half an hour with a car to get there. I would recommend you to visit this place as going to Pyin Oo Lwin itself is already a full day trip. There’s nothing...More
This is 3rd time I visited here after several months ago. We visited on Friday which is drab raining day. It's fantastic bcos I didn't expected as I encountered a noise and dirty place on my last visits. Now things are change to better and...More
The caves are well visited by local people who come to pay respects. They are full of golden budhas and statues of monks, visitors taking pictures and leaving flowers and placing gold on the statues. Popular place for outings
this used to be inaccessible long time ago but now is opened up. The cave has religious monuments inside the winding caves. Its easily accessible with walking footpaths anyone can go in. outside the entrance of the cave have a small waterfall and stepped natural...More
This natural cave has been getting popular among the local pilgrims throughout the country. At the entrance, we can buy some local souvenirs and foods. And also we can see the stream. Inside the cave, small streams and various kind of buddha imgaes with different...More
The PCM caves which is the main attraction here is worth visiting but think it is done artificially so it’s sort of muted the expectation and also the walk inside is slippery and wet, so younger children might not enjoy it.
It was great trip there on July 17. These cave was roughly about 30 minutes drive from Pyin Oo Lwin city. My visiting time was during rainy season. So it was raining and wet as well. These cave was limestone natural cave with running water...More