Kayin State - 3 Attractions You Must Visit


About Kayin State

Bordered by Thailand to the east, the name Kayin was given by the Burmese Military government. The state was originally named as Karen State.

Types of Attractions in Kayin State

Activities Around

List of Attractions in Kayin State

Mount Zwegabin

Mount Zwegabin

1 Day Treks

Mountain Peaks

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.

Three Pagodas Pass

Three Pagodas Pass

Mountain Passes

Three Pagodas Pass is on the Thai-Myanmar border but accessible to foreigners only from the Thai side. It is located between Sangkhlaburi in Thailand and Payathonzu in Myanmar. It s was for centuries along the main land route between India and South East Asia. The strategic location was last exploited by the Japanese during World War II, who used POW labor to build the infamous Death Railway to ferry supplies across.

ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

ဆဒၵန္ဂူ Sadan Cave Kayin

Lake/ River/ Ponds

Buddhist Temples


1 Day Treks

Boating Spots

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

Map of attractions in Kayin State


For more information about Kayin State, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kayin_State