Shwe In Bin Monastery

Attraction Mandalay, Myanmar Published on: 13-11-2015

1 hours 30 mins
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
09:00 AM
10:30 AM
Second-time visit
0.00 USD

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The Shwe In Bin Kyaung is acclaimed as one of the most attractive monasteries in Mandalay. The traditional teak building was built in 1895 by Chinese jade merchants.

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Why Shwe In Bin Monastery is special ?

This attractive monastery built in traditional Burmese fashion is one of the few buildings that have survived the test of time. Constructed in 1895 by Chinese merchants, the monastery consists of many impressive woodcarvings and also contains a number of admirable works of art. At present there are 35 monks that live in the monastery complex which is held up by the classical teak foundation that is often seen throughout the country but rarely in as good condition as at this illuminating site.

The Shwe Inbin Monastery is a peaceful, beautiful, and interesting place for visitors. With carved teakwood exterior, tiered roof, and surrounding wooden deck, Shwe Inbin is spectacular. Because it's omitted from many guidebooks, the monastery is free of touts and truly relaxing. Teakwood carvings decorate the exterior of Shwe Inbin Pagoda in Southwest Mandalay can be seen very rarely.


Selling points

  • Quite place to relaxing
  • Good spot for family with kids
  • Good place to explore the culture and historical of Mandalay
  • Place to take a look
  • One of the best Monastery in Mandalay
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83.00 USD
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Tips for you

  • You should avoid come here on weekend, or public holiday because it is very crowed.
  • During lunch or early afternoon, the place quite hot.
  • There are altogether 8 brick stairs, one brick stair each in east and west and 3 brick stairs eachin south and north.
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