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Festival Calendar in Myanmar

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Myanmar  is  a  Land  of  Festivals:  a  festival  for  every  month  of  the  year.  Most  festivals  are  cultural  and  religious.  Majority are  nation-wide  celebrated  while  a  few  are  distinctly  regional.  The  date  of  the  festivals  and  special  events  usually  fall  on the  fullmoon  day  of  month.
 

:: January   :: February   :: March   :: April   :: May   :: June   :: July   :: August   :: September   :: October   :: November   :: December
 

:: January
Ananda Pagoda Festival

Date : Full Moon of Pyatho to 15th Waning of Pyatho
Location : Bagan
Duration : 15 days

 This is one of the most famous pagoda festivals in Bagan; one of the Asia's most amazing and richest archaeological sites. The Great Ananda Pagoda Festival is said to have been going on continuously since the Bagan period. Long ago, people from many villages around Bagan came to the festival in bullock-carts and made camps for the whole duration of the festival. Even now some villagers still come to the festival in the traditional way. Visitors can definitely enjoy the traditional lifestyle of the locals of Bagan during this festival.

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Ananda Pagoda ( Bagan )Ananda Pagoda ( Bagan )


Kachin Manaw Festival (Kachin New Year Festival)

Date : Usually around first week of January
Location : Myitkyina, Kachin State.
Duration : 1 day

The Kachins; one of the major races of Myanmar, take great part in this festival and many Kachins from abroad come back to meet and dance at this special event. The Manaw dance is performed at Manaw Festival which originated as part of the Nat or spirit worship of the past.

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Naga New Year FestivalNaga New Year Festival


Naga New Year Festival
 

Date : Usually January 14 to 16
Location : Either Lathe or Layshi, Savgaing Region
Duration : 3 days

Naga New Year Festival is one of the rarest ceremonies in Myanmar. There are more than 49 different clans with their own distinctive dresses and dialects. They usually gather annually to celebrate the New Year which falls on January 15. Package tours are available to visit the Naga New Year Festival of Myanmar.

 

:: February

Mann Shwe Settaw Pagoda Festival

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Kyaik khauk Pagoda (Thanlyin)Kyaik khauk Pagoda (Thanlyin)

Date : Begins on 5th Waxing of Tabodwe
Location : Shwe Settaw, Megwe Region, Central Myanmar
Duration : 11 days

There are two pagodas which enshrine footprints of the Buddha. The site is on the bank of Mann Creek, where bamboo cabins are erected every year for local travelers to enjoy cool swims during the heat of summer.

Kyaik Khauk Pagoda Festival

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Shwesettaw Pagoda (Minbu)Shwesettaw Pagoda (Minbu)

Date      : 8th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Tabodwe
Location : Thanlyin, near Yangon
Duration : 8 days

One of the famous pagoda festivals around Yangon City. Most of the activities of Pagoda Festivals are evening entertainments such as Zat (Drama). Anyient, Stage Show and Movies shown in the open air the whole night everyday.


Maha Muni Pagoda Festival (Mandalay)

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Date : 14th Waxing and Full Moon Day of Tabodwe
Location : Mandalay
Duration : 2 days

Maha Muni Buddha image is highly venerated as it is said to be made in front of Buddha Himself, and thus its face is most revered. The image is completely covered with 15 cm-thick gold. February is the coldest month in Myanmar and at the Maha Muni Pagoda Festival Devotees light bonfires and cook huge pans of sticky rice with ginger, coconut and sesame to offer to monks.


Htamane (Glutinous Rice Festival)

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Sticky Rice CompetitionsSticky Rice Competitions

Date       : Full Moon Day of Tabodwe
Location : Throughout the country
Duration : 1 day

This is a competition between teams of men for donation of Glutinous Rice to the Great Lord Buddha in early morning on Full Moon Day. There are lots of people enjoy watching the demonstrations and competition of cooking glutinous rice and after finished. Glutinous rice is distributed as donation to people and followed by the prize giving ceremony for the winners.


Ko Gyi Kyaw Spirit Festival

Date : 3rd Waxing to 10th Waxing of Tabaung
Location : Pakhan, Yayzagyo Township
Duration : 8 days

It is enjoyable to see the singing and dancing of the worshippers to Ko Gyi Kyaw; a happy spirit who loves to drink and gamble. This annual festival in his honour is celebrated in his home town; Yayzagyo, Mandalay region. .


Novitiation Ceremony

Date : During the months of Tabodwe and Taboung (school holidays, mostly in summer holidays in March and April before the water festival)
Location : Throughout the country
Duration : 2 days

It is deemed the most important duty that parents owe to their son by letting him go forth and embrace the legacy of the Buddha join the Sangha as novice and become immersed in the teachings of Buddha at least for a short while. Novitiation ceremony is the unique characteristics in Myanmar. The ceremony usually celebrates during the school holidays. A formal Novitiation Ceremony involves a parade around the pagodas with boys all dressed up as princes.

 

Shwe Nattaung Pagoda Festival


Date : 8th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Shwe Taung, Bago Region
Duration : 8 days

This is one of the largest pagoda festivals in this part of Myanmar and many local pilgrims arrive by bullock-carts from the surrounding villages. This pagoda is said to be built in the Pyu Period.

Maw Tin Zun Pagoda Festival


Date : 8th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Laputta Township, Southwest Coast of Myanmar
Duration : 8 days

This is the only seaside Pagoda Festival which attracts many people and it can be accessed from Yangon by a pleasant boat ride to Pathein, an interesting delta town famous for its parasols.
 

Inn Daw Gyi Shwe Myitzu Pagoda Festival

Date : 8th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Laputta Township, Southwest Coast of Myanmar
Duration : 8 days

This is the only seaside Pagoda Festival which attracts many people and it can be accessed from Yangon by a pleasant boat ride to Pathein, an interesting delta town famous for its parasols.
 

Bawgyo Pagada Festival


Date : 10th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Thibaw Township, Southern Shan State
Duration : 6 days

It is a famous historic pagoda festival in Shan State of Myanmar. Not only the people from Shan State but also the ones from the middle part of Myanmar take part in that festival. To observe Shan tradition, custom and culture, which are slightly different from the tradition of the middle park of Myanmar, is quite good while celebrating in the festival.
 

Zalun Pyi-Taw-Pyan Buddha Image Festival

Date : 8th Waxing To Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Zalun, Ayeyawady Region
Duration : 8 days

The colonialists who had occupied lower Myanmar took this Buddha Image to England with the intention of using the bronze in their mint. According to legend they could neither melt it nor break it with hammers, and the Queen was said to have suffered nagging headache and nightmares. She ordered that the statue be returned to the place from where it was taken. After sending back it to Myanmar, she recovered from the suffering. In memory of its having been taken abroad and having been brought back, it became famous as the Man Aung Myin Pyitawpyan Buddha Image (the statue that was returned from abroad).
 

Pindaya Shwe Oo Min Festival


Date : 11th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Pindaya, Southern Shan State
Duration : 5 days

Shan, Pa O, Palaung, Taung Yoe, Intha, Danu groups residing around Pindaya come and camp under the huge banyan trees to take part in the festival. The Pindaya Cave houses hundreds of Buddha Images, old and some new. During the festival time, thousands of devotees come from villages around the area to the cave. It is a joyous scene, people coming in groups by car, some coming in a huge line of traditional bullock-carts. The tribals circle the ox-carts, and in the middle, people do their cooking and rest for the night during the festival.
 

Shwe Myet Hman Pagoda Festival

Date : 13th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Shwetaung, Bago Region
Duration : 3days

People enjoy celebrating Shwe Myet Hman Pagoda Festival annually. People of Buddhist can pay obeisance and others can observe the Buddha Image, only one having spectacles, that is very wonderful in Myanmar. The products of Pyay and it’s environ, the traditional handicrafts from various places of Myanmar are available during the festival.

Kekku Pagoda Festival

Date : Begins on 14th Waxing of Tabaung
Location : Kekku Ancient Pagoda Complex, near Taunggy, Southern Shan State
Duration : 3days

A cluster of more than 3000 pagodas, said to be from Bagan period, but in the Yun Shan style, are grouped on a small hillock overlooking the Hopon Valley. Pa O people flock to the festival in their best costumes to pay homage to the pagoda on the full-moon day of Tabaung. The best time to see this is at dawn, on the full–moon day, when villagers come.
 

Shwe Sar Yan Pagoda Festival


Date : Full Moon Day to 8 Waning Day of Tabaung
Location : Shwe Sar Yan Village, Patheingyi, Mandalay Region
Duration : 9 days

Shwe Sar Yan Pagoda is easily accessible by car, being on the main Mandalay-Lashio Highway. The Shwe Sar Yan Pagoda Festival is a very interesting festival indeed: a typical rural fair, bringing many visitors from not only the outlaying villages but also from faraway. The main attractions of this festival are the folk toys woven out of dried palm fronds. Beside the Pagoda is also a 17th century pagoda, Po Kalar Gu, which houses many beautiful mural paintings.
 

Shwedagon Pagoda Festival


Date : Full Moon Day of Tabaung
Location : Yangon
Duration : Approximately one week preceding the full moon day

Shwe Dagon Pagoda is the most well known pagoda in Myanmar and this Pagoda Festival is one of the most visited festivals for pilgrims all over the country. There is a competition to weave the holy robes using traditional looms to be offered to the Buddha Images at the four corners of the pagoda before dawn. Monks recite the Holy Scriptures 24 hours continuously throughout the duration of the festival, Buddhist devotees pay homage every day and their donations go towards the preservation of the Pagoda.
 

Alaungdaw Khathapa Pagoda Festival



 Date : Full Moon Day of Tabaung
 Location : Alaungdaw Khathapa National Park, Sagaing Region
 Duration : 1day

The Alaungdaw Khathapa shrine is located in a National Park in Yinmarbin Township, Sagaing Region. It is crowded with the local people from surrounding area and far distances. The festival is held by lighting to the Pagoda and National Cave. People go there not only for just pilgrimage but also for observing the nature as it is one of the renowned ecotourism sites of Myanmar.
 


:: March

Panguni Utram (Full Moon Day of Panguni Month of Tamil People)

 

Date : Full Moon Day of Tabaung or Tagu (March or April)
Location : Sri Angala Eswari Munieswar Swamy Temple, Pelikha Village, Kyauk Tan Township, Yangon Region
Duration : 10 Days

Festival, main festival falls on Full Moon Day Panguni Utram is the main religious festivals of Hindu people in Myanmar, held in the compound of Sri Angala Eswari Munieswar Swamy Temple, Pelikha Village Kyauk Tan Township which was built in 1862. The ritual attracts many participants and even more spectators with the performance of fire walking, many of who wait long hours to witness relatives or friend perform. After walking over the hot coals, the devotees wade through a pit filled with goat’s milk, then rub their feet with yellow powder, turmeric. This holy rare occasion is usually attended by the many local and overseas devotees.


:: April

Water Festival and Myanmar New Year

Date : Usually 13th April to 17th April (New Year’s Day)
Location : Throughout the country
Duration : 5days of throwing water and the last, New Year’s Day,

Thingyan (The Water Festival) is the most interesting and greatest occasion for merry–making with the largest number of people taking part in it throughout the country. During the Thingyan Festival, people pour water over one another to the melodious tunes of singing and dancing at the decorated pavilions. Pouring water signifies cleansing the body and mind of evils of the past year. During these auspicious days, Myanmar people perform a lot of meritorious deeds to usher in the New Year such as keeping Sabbath, going to pagodas and monasteries, offering food and alms to monks, paying respect to parents, teachers and elders, setting free fish and cattle and so on .Thingyan is a distinctive festival which is always awaited with great joy and excitement by Myanmar people every year.

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Thingyan New Year FestivalThingyan New Year Festival


Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda Festival

Date : 8th Waxing to 5th Wanning of Tagu
Location : Bago
Duration : 13days

The most famous Pagoda Festival in Bago. Classical theatre troupes perform their best here so they will be booked by agents for the next pagoda festival season.

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Shwemawdaw Pagoda (Bago)Shwemawdaw Pagoda (Bago)


:: May

Salon Festival

Dates : Late April (After Thingyan (Water Festival))
Location : Myeik Archipelago
Duration : 1 day

The only inhabitants in Myeik or Mergui Archipelago of Myanmar are Sea Gypsies, namely Salon (Moken). They live on boats during dry season and remain on land during rainy season. They still practice the same fishing and boat building techniques used for generation. Even they are living in the sea for most of the time, they have their traditions, customs, cultures and their localized traditional festival. During the festival, all villagers gather at the villages, offer foods and pray for their better on business, good luck, for good health and more prosperous for coming season. They are also enjoy their meals, drink and dance traditionally during their festival.



Ritual of Pouring Water on the Bodhi Tree


Date : Full Moon Day of Kason
Location : Pagodas throughout the country
Duration : 1 day

This ritual commemorates the date 2500 years ago when the Buddha gained enlightenment while meditating under a Bodhi tree. Pilgrims pour water on the Bodhi trees in pagoda compounds to keep them fresh in the summer heat of May.
 
:: June

Pakokku Thiho Shin Pagoda Festival

Fullmoon of Waso(June)

Date : 8th Waxing of Nayon
Location : Pakokku, Central Myanmar
Duration : 15 days

Pakokku is an old traditional town on the western bank of the Ayeyawady River. This pagoda festival is the most important for all towns west of the Ayeyawady and products from the region, such as dried chili, homespun baskets and tobacco are sold every year at this huge country fair. The best thanakha trees, the bark of which is pounded to make the purely organic make-up cream used by many Myanmar women, grow in this area.


:: July

Waso Full Moon Festival

Date : Full Moon Day of Waso
Location : Throughout the country
Duration : Mid July

The Myanmar month of Waso is the beginning of the monsoon rains. It is also the start of the Buddhist Lent. Monks are prohibited to travel overnight from their monasteries. According to the monks' code of conduct, they are still obligated to make the rounds for their daily food whether it is raining or not. As it is, they need spare robes. Therefore there is a ceremony to offer robes to the monks for use during the wet season.


Warso Chin-Lone (Cane Ball) Festival

Date : After the Full Moon Day of Waso
Location : Maha Muni Pagoda Compound, Mandalay
Duration : 48 Days

Waso Chinlone Festival of Mahamuni Buddha Image in the year 2009 stretched for 48 days. It was the 81st game held annually since 1926; the largest sport event of its kind, participated by 1220 Chinlone teams. The players had travelled across from all corners of the country to pay homage to the most revered Shrine, and to convene in tribute, the game of Chinlone. It is believed that this game has taken root in Myanmar for more than 1500 years. During the Festival of Mahamuni Buddha Image, as the grandeur of game call for, chinlone contest is performed with live music of Myanmar saing-waing (traditional orchestra) and running commentary.


::  August

Taung Pyone Spirit Festival

Date : 8th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Wagaung Location : Taung Pyone Village, near Mandalay Duration : 8 days Taung Pyone is the site where two brothers serving a king of Bagan in the 11th century were executed. They became powerful spirits or Nats. This festival in their honor is attended by tens of thousands of mediums and worshippers. During the festival, toddy palm wine, whisky, rum, grilled rabbit and fried chicken are offered to the two spirit brothers. Orchestras come to play for the mediums who dance to make the spirits 'Joyful'.


Yadana Gu Spirit Festival

Date : 1st to 8th Waning of Wagaung
Location : Amarapura, Mandalay Region
Duration : 8 days

This festival honours the mother of the two powerful spirit brothers in Bagan era. She is the Goddess of Popa and her main shrine is on Popa Crest, near Bagan. She is a powerful spirit and protector of women.


:: September

Manuha Pagoda Festival

Date : One Day before the Full Moon Day of Tawthalin
Location : Myinkaba village, Bagan, Mandalay Region
Duration : 2 days

On the first day of festival, pretty village girls dressed in their best parade with trays of fruits and cakes to offer at the pagoda. During the afternoon, yong men parade with larger-than-life paper-made figures of heroes, celestials and animals. At night, they put on dances and plays. The next morning at dawn they offer food at shrine and also to the monks.


Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival

Date : 1st Waxing to 3rd Waning Day of Thadingyut
Location : Inle Lake, Southern Shan State
Duration : 18 days

Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda is one of the famous principal pagodas which houses five Boddha images. This pagoda is the main attraction of Inlay Lake and is situated in the middle of the lake. Thousands of people from communities aroung the lake and villages in the surrounding mountains carry fruits and flowers on lacquer trays in their own boats and pay homage as the holy barge passes. Teams of the lake's famous one-legged-rowers compete in annual boat races.
Manuha Pagoda Festival

:: October

Festival of light

Date : One day before the Full Moon Day of Thadingyut, Full Moon Day and one day after
Location : Throughout the country
Duration : 3 days

This festival commemorates the time when the Buddha returned to earth after preaching in the abode of celestials during the three months of Lent. He descended at night and devotees greeted Him with lamps and lanterns. People decorate their houses with candles and coloured lanterns to symbolize this event. The festival of Light marks the end of Lent.


Kyauk Taw Gyi Pagoda Festival

Date : Begins one day before the full Moon day of Thadingyut
Location : Mandalay
Duration : 4 days

 An exciting festival focused on a huge Buddha image carved from a single block of marble. It coincides with an annual competition among teams of cane-ball (chin-lone) players.

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Thadingyut Lights FestivalThadingyut Lights Festival


Dancing Elephants Festival

Date : One day before the Full Moon Day of Thadingyut and the Full Moon Day
Location : Kyaukse, about 40km southeast of Mandalay.
Duration : 2 days

On the first day, colourfully decorated elephant figure made of cloth and bamboo with two men inside compete in dance competitions. The elephant with the best dance performance and behaviors wins the gold. Food and flowers are offered to the pagoda on the second day.

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Kyaukse Elephant danceKyaukse Elephant dance


Kaunghmudaw Pagoda Festival

Date : Around Full Moon Day of Thadingyut
Location : Sagaing, Sagaing Region
Duration : 5 days

One of the famous pagodas in central Myanmar. Most interesting aspect of this festival is the caravan of bullock-carts in the pagoda compound. Some of the carts carry their village products, such as hand-woven cotton clothes and cane mats, etc, to sell them at the festival. They like to camp under the shady trees.


Shwe Kyin Light Festival

Date : After the Full Moon Day of Thadingyut
Location : Shwe Kyin Creek, Shwe Kyin Township, Bago Region
Duration : 1 day

Shwe Kyin light festival is held every year on the day after the full moon day of Thadingyut. The festival includes daytime rowing races as well as competitive synchronized paddling exhibitions by separate teams of women and men. However, the highlight of the festival occurs only after darkness falls and locals launch hundreds of lit candles onto the water.
:: November

Tazaungmon Full Moon Festival

Date : Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone
Location : Throughout the country
Duration : 1 day

After the rains, the monks would need new robes and on the full moon day, the offering of new robes for the monks are held. It is called the Khahtein ceremony. Sets of new robes and other offerings such as slippers, umbrellas, alms bowls, food, towels, soap and other necessities are presented to monks. Cash offerings for monasteries are also collected and displayed on wooden frames built in the shape of a tree.


Hot Air Balloon Festival

Date : Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone
Location : Taunngyi, southern Shan State
Duration : 3 days

The most spectacular event of the year is the Hot Air Balloon Festival held every November in Taunggyi commonly called the Taunggyi Tazaungdaing Festival. Thousands of local pilgrims and international tourists choose to visit Taunggyi, especially to watch scores of giant paper animals being inflated and floated off into the sky. The competitions run during the day and at night when the sky is colourfully illuminated with hot air balloons. Hot air balloons in the shape of elephant, ox, horse, water buffalo, bird, pig, fish, owl, and parrot are sent up into the sky.

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Hot Air Balloon (Taunggyi) CompetitionHot Air Balloon (Taunggyi) Competition


All Night Robe Weaving Contests

Date : Begins in evening before the Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone
Location : Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, and other pagodas throughout the country
Duration : The whole night

In the evening of the Full Moon Day, teams of weavers compete to finish a monk’s rube during the night, to be offered to Buddha images at dawn the next day. It is a major event at the Shwedagon Pagoda. This ritual was once practiced both in the palace during the time of monarchy and villages.


Shwezigon Pagoda Festival

Date : Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone Mandalay Region
Location : Nyaung u, near Bagan,
Duration : 15 days

On the Full Moon Day, there is a ritual of offering a filled alms bowl to a thousand and more monks and novices. Lacquer ware, glazed pots and hand woven cotton blankets are sold by villagers living in the region at this great country fair.


Phowintaung Pagoda Festival

Date : One day before Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone Location : Monywa, Sagaing Region Duration : 2 days Like other pagoda festivals with the usual entertainment provided. Myanmar thanaka, sandalwood and woven textiles (cotton blankets and longyis mainly) can be bought at the various stalls around the pagoda area.
 


Shwesandaw (Pyay) Pagoda Festival

Date : Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone
Location : Pyay, Bago Region
Duration : 1 day

Shwesandaw Pagoda is one of Myanmar’s biggest Buddhist pilgrimage sites and the festival of this pagoda is one of the most visited festivals for pilgrims all over the country. During the festival, the sacred tooth hall which contains a Buddha tooth relic is opened for devotees.
 
:: December

Mae Lamu Pagoda Festival

Dates : 8th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Nadaw
Location : North Okkalapa Township, Yangon Region
Duration : 8 days

One of the famous pagoda festivals in Yangon Region. The activities of Pagoda festival are reciting the holy scriptures 24 hours continuously throughout the festival by monks, offering provisions and articles to monks, celebrating festivities and performing with evening entertainments such as Zat (Drama), Stage Show and Movies.


Popa Guardian Spirits Festival

Dates : 8th Waxing to Full Moon Day of Nadaw
Location : North Okkalapa Township, Yangon Region
Duration : 8 days

One of the famous pagoda festivals in Yangon Region. The activities of Pagoda festival are reciting the holy scriptures 24 hours continuously throughout the festivals by monks, offering provisions and articles to monks, celebrating festivities and performing with evening entertainments such as Zat (Drama), Stage Show and Movies.
 


Kyaik-hti-yo ‘Golden Rock’ Pagoda Festival Nine Thousand Lamps
 

Date : One evening of December 31
Location : Kyaik-hti-yo ‘Garden Rock’ Pagoda, Mon State
Duration : 1 evening

On the platform of the Kyaik-hti-yo ‘Golden Rock’ Pagoda, devotees light nine thousand lamps to welcome the New Year and to give thanks to Buddha’s peaceful Doctrine. The magical Golden Rock Pagoda, a golden spire, sits on the top of a huge boulder covered with gold leaf and perched on the edge of a cliff.

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Kyaik-hti-yo Golden Rock Pagoda (Nine Thousand Lamps)Kyaik-hti-yo Golden Rock Pagoda (Nine Thousand Lamps)


Kyaik-hti-yo ‘Golden Rock’ Pagoda Festival Nine Thousand Lamps

Date      : Thadingyut
Location : Magway, Magway Region
Duration : -

One of the famous pagoda festivals in the central part of Myanmar. This pagoda has the legend connected with the Buddha. The emerald cot of Buddha was believed to be enshrined in the pagoda. The name derived from the emerald cot; Mya Thalon in Myanmar Language.
 


 

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