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Quirky and unique

Ive never seen so many Buddha images in one place, all different sizes, shapes and had mudras... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Dawn M
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Melbourne, Australia
Really intteresting

Caves with bats and monkeys with hot pools at the bottom. A small climb will take you up to a large... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2017
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Wellington, New Zealand
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

This cave need to climb up over 100 Steps to reach there. At the foot of this cave, there is hot spring and you can enjoy for taking a bath. Most of the local people believed that taking a bath in this hot spring can recover from diseases.

Thank hoshibara
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Reviewed 8 January 2018

This cave is accessible before you get to Hpa An, and we stopped on our way there from Yangon. Newer Buddhist statuary seemed a bit fantastical.cartoonish. Cave and monkeys both interesting, no cost. There are hot springs although we did not trust the cleanliness and did not use them.

Thank Wendy K
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Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

Interesting cave with all of the Buddha images on the wall and the different Buddha statues. Definitely a nice place to visit

Thank IndySig
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Reviewed 23 December 2017

It's located near Thaton, the earliest Buddhism practice in this land, earlier than 11th Century Bagan. King Anawrahta attacked Thaton and brought Buddhism, monks and literate people and artists to Bagan together with King Manuha. Thaton is rich with attractions places such as old colonial buildings, the old airport, the sun dial clock and have a nice cafe shop in the garden. Bayin Nyi cave is located a bit further outside of the city. In the rainy season we can explore around the cave by a local boat (June - Sept) and other period we can walk from the car park, go inside the cave for 20 minutes and there have monkey families that we can feed them. A few monasteries and temples are built along the walking paths and the rock formation itself attract our attention to look up. Natural hot spring we can swim, and for the ladies it has a separate concrete pool. We do recommend highly to visit here after Sadan Cave when you're here in Hpa-An.

Thank JackBurma
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

Bayin Nyi cave is a famous cavein Myanmar. It is a tourist attractions. it is a good place to travel.

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