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Shwe In Bin Monastry, Mandalay

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Shweinbin Monastery is a Buddhist monastery in Mandalay, Burma, built in the tradition of Burmese teak architecture. The monastery was built in 1895 by a Sino-Burmese merchant married to a Burmese woman of royal extraction. The monastery's construction strictly adheres to traditional rules of Burmese monastic architecture and includes all of the designated pyatthat-crowned pavilions.
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  • Wood carving is a beautiful one can go up the side. There is a Buddha, worship. There is serenity.
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  • There were a lot of people that go early in the morning. Admission is not separately think much renovation preserved the temple donations receive a bit of mucus. Teak wood is located in many places in La to aid the monastery with their elaborate and colorful.
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  • While it's kind of less known, this monastery got lots to offer! Entrance fee free but the intricate carvings are amazing! Please make sure you contribute whichever amount into the donation box for re...  read more »
  • By far the cutest pagoda I've seen. The one in Innwa is not half what you'll see there. None seems to know it so it's very empty but this is such a nice place. The sculptures on the doors and walls, the pillars under which you can walk, the for-once-not-shiny temple inside. A place to see
  • a treasure in wood
  • Nice
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