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“buddha images” (6 reviews)
“last stop” (4 reviews)
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Bago, Myanmar
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Reviewed 20 November 2016

Within the Bago Ancient Hanthawaddy Cultural Heritage Zone and ticket, the Kyaik Pun built in AD1475 has four separate images of Buddha, not only are the faces different but the adornments and structures of each are different. It is a small temple and maintained by...More

Thank poppetann
Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

This ancient Buddhist Shrine was quite near to Bago Star Hotel where I stayed overnight on my way to Yangon.It's from 15th century and have four 100 ft high sitting Buddhas around a huge square pillar. According to local beliefs four Mon sisters ( from...More

Thank Madan Gopal M
Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

This was built apparently by 4 women back in the ages as to making a vow on not getting married and to be faithful to each other, otherwise their own respective Buddha image will fall into the ground. Interestingly the one facing the west side...More

Thank Jacqueline A
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

Nice and unique are the 4 faces of Buddha. Don't miss them when you visit Bago. I think it's a must for everyone visiting Bago!

Thank Andreas P
Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

This place might be interesting for only certain type of people. The 4 bhuddas has their own story and the interesting origin. It's not a must-go-to place but if you have some time left, this is the place you might go.

Thank Ladymook
Reviewed 3 August 2016

It's is just a pagoda with huge four sitting buddha images from 15 century. Nothing to see except these buddha images.

Thank MME X
Reviewed 29 July 2016 via mobile

Interesting pagoda with four big Buddha statues in all four directions. Quiet place. Good for a short visit.

Thank Martin20132222
Reviewed 16 June 2016

No guides here but they will charge you if you use your DSLR camera. You need to read up to understand this site as there are no English translation of the pictures. in fact, it is all written in Burmese.

Thank Jim28Manila
Reviewed 11 June 2016

Unfortunately we visited around midday and it was really hot so we didn't stay as long as I would have liked as I really liked these Buddha images. A friend previously commented 'see one Buddha, they're all the same' was very wrong, and these proved...More

Thank ozteddy
Reviewed 6 June 2016

4 Buddhas... facing different ways. I suppose eventually you get templed/buddha'd out in this country, but shrine seemed below par.

Thank MezzyMez
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