Shwedagon Pagoda Yangon

Yangon Shwedagon Pagoda

Below is the story and layout of Shwedagon Paya. Picture of a staircase to the north side of the Shwedagon Pagoda in Rangoon, now Yangon, Myanmar. Locate the best activities near Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon (Rangoon). Yangon (Rangoon) picture: Discover the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma):

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The exhibition, which is available to the public, presents their biographies. Please donate with your name or surname to the Board of Trustees. In the Yangon area, the temperature in summers averages 90-100°F. It is recommended that guests should take a lot of liquids and dress lightly when planning a trip during the summers.

If you need a wheel chair, you can access the pagoda via the south staircase. Southern Stairway comprises the use of two lifts. Please do not hesitate to ask the office of the Board of Trustees for support. There are a few wheel chairs available in the information centres (on a first come, first serve basis). In order to better appreciate this momentous work of artwork and architectural design, the visitor will gain an insight into the life of the Myanmar population.

shedagon pagoda

Known as the Shwedagon Zedi Daw The, it lies on a hillside and is 99m high. From most places in Yangon you can see it around the clock when the gold rooftop lights up the town. Some say the pagoda is 2,600 years old, making Shwedagon the oldest pagoda in the canyon.

No wonder that the Shwedagon in Myanmar is called "The Burmese Crown". Myanmar's most venerated sanctuary, it has always been common for Buddha pilgrims, beggars and adherents to make the journey to Shwedagon in the same way that Muslims are forced to come to the Kaaba in Mecca at least once in their lives.

The power of Shwedagon is so great that Myanmar generally considers it unbreakable. As they enter the shedagon, the visitor must take off their boots, and it is not always simple to negotiate the scald floors between the shady Shrines. This pagoda is said to contain eight Buddha hair, a fact that only contributes to its prestigious appearance.

During the Shwedagon's long opening times, the stairs and footbridges that lead to the shrine are used by tens of thousand walkers, as well as bookstalls, florists, religious souvenir merchants and heraldry. In Pagan, for example, there is an old plains with over 2,000 shrines and couples, certainly one of the most noteworthy groups in the canyon.

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