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MONYWA



Monywa, the commercial centre of Chindwin Valley, about 136 km to the west of Mandalay. Chindwin River is important for trading in the area. History has it that Monywa was founded in the Bagan era (1044-1287) and it was formerly called “Thalarwady”. Places to see in Monywa are Than-bok-de Pagoda with over 500,000 Buddha Images, which resembles Indonesia’s Borobudur in its architectural design; Bodhi-ta- htaung (one thousand Bo trees), Ledi Kyaungteik monastery where Buddhist scriptures are inscribed on 806 stone slabs and Kyaukka village, some 16 km east of Monywa, is also famous for its lacquerware cottage industry. Monywa is the city from which can visit to famous Po-win Cave and Shwe-ba Cave after crossing the Chindwin River. Inside the caves, one can find strange type of ancient Myanmar stone carvings.





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