Thanlyin Pagodathe pagoda of thanlyine
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The Kyauktan Ye Le Pagoda (Burmese: officially Kyaikhmaww Yele Pagode (????????????????????????????????) is a buddhistic pagoda situated in the community of Kyauktan, Yangon region, on a small islet in Hmaw Wun Creek, a creek of the Yangon River. This pagoda was constructed with many Buddhas reliquaries. There are two things you will notice, the surface will never rise to cloud the pagoda, and there will always be enough space for everyone who visits the pagoda (i.e. even the pagoda has a small room for the visitor, somehow it is always evenly distributed between those who come and go).
It' located about 20 kilometers north of Yangon. Originally erected under King Bawgasena in the third millennium BC. It houses an amazing library of painting, sculpture and other beautiful examples of Buddhist art and crafts from Burma.
The Thanlyin is a town in the Yangon Division of the region of Myanmar's Irwaddy. Once an important town in the Irwaddy delta, Thanlyin and Kyauktan (Syriam) is now a neglected outskirts of Yangon. An important 17th c. harbour, the town has been ruined by King Alaungpaya and is best known for the adventurous and briefly self-proclaimed King Philip de Brito, a former Portugal soldier who became the de facto emperor of Syria until 1613 when he was beaten and staked by the Bamar.
At Thanlyin, a 1500 kya at sea is a few minute from there. Located about 20 km from Thanlyin on a Yangon rivulet, is the uncommon Kyauktan Pagoda. It is a 45 minute drive by car or coach from Thanlyin. In fact, the pagoda is located on an islet in the centre of the stream.
The building was erected by Zeyasana, the 7th King of the Dynasty of Panada in the third cent. BC. First pagoda was only 11 ft high. Ship' s commission: You can only get into the pagoda by barge. Foreign nationals have to be on a "bigger boat" that is different from the smaller ones that the natives take along for "security reasons".
For renting the whole vessel a strong cost of 5000kyat is necessary. It only takes a minutes drive from the island pagoda to the island. $2. Shoes: Like almost all buddhistic memorials, walking boots are not allowed. Participants are asked to take off their boots in the boats and keep their boots in the boats.
However you will wear a plastics shopper pocket, slam your boots into that pocket, and wear them around with you unless you don't mind being molested for bits by the folks protecting your boots in the boot!