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Attractions to explore near ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

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Cave with a deep cavern with golden pagodas and statues of the Buddha, and a lake in one end.

Nearby Attractions

Mount Zwegabin
Mount Zwegabin10.65 KMs away from ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

Mt Zwegabin, about 7 miles south of town, which as well as being a respectable 2372ft, is also home to spirits and saintly souls. The two-hour hike to the summit is demanding – up to many steps and with aggressive monkeys as constant adversaries – but once at the top, the rewards are plentiful. It is one of the beautiful locations in Myanmar and a lot of tourists visit this place every year.

Thanlwin Bridge (Mawlamyine)
Thanlwin Bridge (Mawlamyine)27.62 KMs away from ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

The longest bridge in Myanmar which connects the city of Mawlamyaing with Mottama constructed across the confluence point of the Thanlwin River, the Gyaing River and the Attayan River in Mon State. It is one of the architectural wonders in this area.

Kyeik Tha Lan Pagoda
Kyeik Tha Lan Pagoda29.46 KMs away from ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

The Kyaik-thanlan pagoda was erected in 875 A.D. during the reign of King Mutpi Raja. A hair relic of the Buddha, Tripitaka manuscripts and gold images of the Buddha were enshrined in the pagoda. Successive kings raised the pagoda higher from 56 feet to the present 150 feet. There are 34 small pagodas called Zediyan surrounding the pagoda. It is now one of the key attractions in this area.

Mon Cultural Museum
Mon Cultural Museum30.58 KMs away from ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

This is a two-story building dedicated to the Mon history of the region. The exhibits are displayed downstairs while reading rooms are upstairs. The modest collection of the museum includes scales with Mon inscriptions, hundred-year-old sculptures of wood, ceramics, thanaka grinding stones, silver betel boxes. In front of the museum, you can see a British cannon dated 1826 and a huge Myanmar gong. Most labels are in Myanmar on although some are in English.

U Zina Pagoda
U Zina Pagoda31.13 KMs away from ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

A beautiful Buddhist pagoda located at the top of a hill at the heart of Bago. it was named after the mythological Hintha bird, a symbol of the Mon people. It was also a popular viewpoint and there are so many paintings and carvings of the Hamsa that are visible throughout the temple.

Kan Gyi Pagoda
Kan Gyi Pagoda54.84 KMs away from ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

A beautiful Buddhist pagoda which was located in the hill west of the vast lake east of Mudon. There are so many interesting things in and around this temple and daily a lot of devotees visit this place. It was built to enshrine a Buddha's hair relic granted by Buddha as he and five hundred arahantas were going on sojourn this way on completion of eight vasas to a hermit named Maung staying there.

Thanbyuzayat World War II Cemetery(သုသာန်ပၞာန်)
Thanbyuzayat World War II Cemetery(သုသာန်ပၞာန်)85.30 KMs away from ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

Located at one end of the infamous Thai-Burma Railway, Thanbyuzayat Cemetery is the final resting place of those who died on the northern section of the railway, between Moulmein and Nieke in Myanmar. This war cemetery lies at the foot of the hills which separate the Union of Myanmar from Thailand. There are 3,005 Commonwealth and 621 Dutch burials of the Second World War in the Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery. It has a lot of history to say