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Kyauk Ka Lat Pagoda, Hpa An
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A visit to Kyauk Ka Lat Pagoda offers the opportunity to reflect on the mesmerizing architecture while escaping the noise and the city rush. Occupying a secluded spot in the middle of a lake, the pagoda can be reached by a relaxing kayak ride. The pagoda, situated on top of a rock, represents an important religious building; if you join a tour, you'll learn a bit about the local history and religious beliefs. Take some time to reflect and enjoy the view of the scenic landscape, with the lake and the hills in the background. Kyauk Ka Lat Pagoda is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Hpa An Edition.
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  • Place frequented by the locals and with a beautiful surrounding landscape. The rock is really surprising. However it is not possible to climb to the top. A place that's clearly worth the look
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  • The site was most charming once when there was not a huge monastery concreted before the access gateway. One wonders why pigs of India are now caged (on the left before taking the stairs) this Buddhist place. The ascent of the stairs to high markets worth a look, but you will not have access to the terrace located at the highest, reserved for the monks and the faithful. At the entrance to the site, a series of shops without interest. In short, it was better before!
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  • Whether simply walking across the lake or climbing the pagoda to peer across the countryside, you will enjoy some of the loveliest views in the Hpa An area. The pagoda itself is perched on a tall rock...  more »