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  • KABAR AYE PAGODA

    The name Kabar Aye in Myanmar means "world peace Pagoda " to which this pagoda is dedicated. This pagoda was built in 1952 for the 1954-56 Sixth Buddhist Synod. The 34 metre (111 feet) high pagoda also measures 34 metres around its base. It stands about 11 km north of the city, a little beyond the Inya Lake Hotel. The Buddhist Art Museum and Maha Pasana Cave are also located in the same compound.
    NATIONAL MUSEUM



    Located at 26, Pansodan Street, the National Museum exhibits the Lion Throne of King Thibaw, the last Myanmar King, Royal Regalia of 19th century, and artifacts of various ancient periods, musical instruments and paintings. It is open from 10:00 am to 15:00 pm except Saturday and Sunday.
    ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN


    Located near Kandawgyi Hotel, the Zoo is noted for its collection of wild animals, flora and fauna, which have been collected over the years since it was opened in 1906. On weekend and public holidays Snake Dance and Elephant Circus are performed for visitors.
     

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