The pagoda itself is kind of small... nothing much to see and it's in the middle of things so it's crowded in the day, maybe walk there at night to grab some photos and move on, nothing real to see, it's nice nonetheless though.
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It's a nice small pagoda. Lovely for a quick stop. Entrance fee is 3,000 kyat. Shoe guy wanted 1,000 kyat -- whatever, didn't fight that. It's a nice temple, pretty similar to others. Be careful about a nice, younger guy with very good English. He's...More
After paid 3000ks for 1 person, we got in. A enthusiastic guy took care us and guided to us. When every introduction done, he asked us to pay 10000ks!!! BUT this service looked like contenting in tickets fee. It made us very upset.
Located very close to Scott Market, this temple is bang on a busy road junction. Although small, it has a nice ambience (unlike crowded Shwedegoan Pagoda) and you can observe devotees praying silently. Ideal time to visit is early morning
Strange location in the city centre in the middle of a roundabout, surrounded by shops and not so spectacular after visiting Shwedagon. But if you have lots of time in Yangon, it is fine to visit
If you are staying somewhere in Chinatown or nearby areas, you are likely able to just walk over to the Sule Pagoda. Though smaller than the Shwedagon and much less opulent, the Sule Pagoda isn't any less of a sacred place for believers. There is...More
My driver explained to me that Sile Pagoda is a great landmark to orient oneself in Yangon at this time but not really all that interesting inside. After looking inside I have to agree. Far more interesting is that the mosque is nearby and in...More
Been living in sule during my last 3 visit for almost a month each time, sule pagoda is amazing and beautiful, but 2nd to shweDagon ofcos. Sule pagoda kinda mark a central location as a round about , around it is the busy town with...More
This golden pagoda is an unusual in that its octagonal shape continues right yo to the bell and inverted bowl. It is a little crowded as it located in the heart if Yangon.
The pagoda itself was breath-taking but be warned that there will be lots of people coming at you and you have to pay here and there all the time. Entrance fee, fees for your shoes, flowers. There will be several locals rushing to you and...More