Mahar Wizaya Stupa

Mahar Wizaya was built in 1980 with relics contributed by the King of Nepal and constructed by a new architect and represents a mix of Mon-Burma Culture. It is located just beyond the Southern Stairway of Shwedagon Pagoda. When you enter from the Eastern Stairway, you will see many tortoises that were given sanctuary in the lake and if you are interested, you can feed the tortoises food. The Pagoda is open daily from 5:00 – 22:00.

 

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I am the Editor-in-Chief of Wanderlust Fantastic. I currently live in Yangon Myanmar, I have a passion for photography and love to travel.

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