For those of you who are tired of waiting for the day to leave, here are some places to take a day trip around Yangon.
This time, I would like to introduce the famous pagodas in Twantay, which can be reached in less than an hour from Hlaing Thar Yar, Yangon.
Boung Daw Chote Buddha
As soon as I set foot at Pagoda Maudwa, I felt as if I had reached Buddhagaya in Nay Pyi Taw. The pagoda complex is unique in that it is as tall as a pagoda. There are also neem trees, so arriving early in the morning gives you a sense of calm. While exploring the pagoda, it is enjoyable to take photos while exploring the temple grounds.
Kan Paw Aye Pagoda
After visiting the pagoda, you should go to Aye Pagoda on the lake with many lotus flowers built by the abbot. There is a pagoda in the middle of the lake, and there are four walkways on each side to go to the pagoda, and there is a pagoda at the end of the bridge. Kanpaw Aye Pagoda is also known as Snake Pagoda because of the large paddy and rice paddy snakes that came to Kanpaw Aye Pagoda from Twantay forest more than 10 years ago. Snakes eat fruits and vegetables. They do not harm people because they eat only milk.
Kyaik Phu Kyaik Pa Pagoda
This pagoda is very magnificent.
The two pagodas are built on the same square. On the east side of the pagoda square, there are many pagodas called Thousand Ginkgo. It is said that a rubber tree was planted behind a pagoda, but now there are more water plants. Many trees provide a peaceful shade between the pagodas, so pilgrims often come to sit and rest.
There are no YBS on this side, so it would not be convenient to get from one place to another by car.
So, whether it is a motorcycle or not. You can drive your own car. If you rent a car, it will be convenient to go. The pagodas are not far from each other.
Well, after the service, we are selling home-made young palm fronds on the way back and forth. For those who like palm juice, palm juice is also available. If you go early in the morning at Twantay Bridge, you can still take beautiful photos in the fog. I would like to suggest that you can still take beautiful photos at the Seikgyi Kha Naung to cable-stayed bridge when you enter the Yoe Yin Seik Gyi Kha Naung to Village.
Moe Nya June (Searching for places of beauty)