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They say that the sanctuary floats in the centre of the stream, but it is actually on a small islet, which is in the centre of the stream, so it seems to be swimming. You have to take a ferry from the mainland to the isle.
For security reasons, it is said that a alien must also take a larger vessel:-) while the local people take the smaller one. A little kid takes your boots or clogs on the ship and puts them aside, because you have to be barefooted when you enter the zigzag. The carp can be fed with paddy beads in the fish shed.
The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. Situated in the township of Kyauk Tan and a little further from Yangon. When you want to go there, you have to take a small rowboat to get there, most of the small boats row without a buoyancy aid.
They see the fish near the fish and can see the fish and give them food. However, I am sure that this is a different matter from other views of pagodas. The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. It was a few bustling lessons with my boyfriend Smith on holiday in Yangon for 2 week from 22.06.16, again my dear boy Smith proposed that we go to KYIAK HMAW WON YELE YELLODA around KYAUKTAN and arrive on Thursday 30.06.16.
Impressing & nice view over the sea to the small Tempelinsel, entrance for foreigner 5.000 Kyats, only a few minutes waiting to get on the small boot about 10 minutes drive to the other side. When you arrive on the isle, you will have to settle another 2,000 Kyats for entry to the isle.
A photographer who took many cheerful pictures, some natives who wanted to take pictures, wonderful vistas over the sea with gold colored churches as a major feature. Recreational sight-seeing area & soon he mixed in small talks with some safety forces on the isle.
The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. From Yangon city centre you can take a direct coach to the last of the terminals (Kyauktan, Kyike Maw Maw Won Yay Lal Pha Ya) is the waterfront dock. It' actually a cliffy little islet with the holdfast on it.
Took about 2 hours and 700Kts. to get to the dock. It' a good way to dine or dine and admire the views of the marsh. Not only is the pit itself interesting because it is located on the isle, but it is also cleanly made. Spending more than an hours worshipping the picture and picture around me and meditating.
The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. Have you ever been to Kyauktan?