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Pyay at a glance

High season

March - August
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Place you can't miss
Shwesandaw Pagoda
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Good to know
Pyay is a striking, little town in Myanmar. One of the most noticeable things about Myanmar is walking around and seeing all the Burmese people with Thanaka painted on their faces. This is a white-beige paste that’s carefully painted on in order to protect cheeks from sunburn. A pagoda from the 5th century AD stands in Pyay, called the Phaya Gyi Pagoda. It’s not everyday that you get to see such an ancient relic. It’s a very influential piece of history that can be quite inspiring to any visitor. Most of all, the locals will warmly greet you as you explore the surrounding nature and villages.

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