MITTA OO PAGODA

You’ve never heard of the Mitta Oo Pagoda before and after seeing these photos, you’ll want to visit

To read about my visit to Mitta Oo Pagoda, visit the blog here: The Mysterious Mitta Oo Pagoda

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Entrance Fee: Free for locals and foreigners

Visiting Hours: The pagoda opens daily from around 8:00am until around 6:00pm

Location: The Mitta Oo Pagoda is located across the street and just down the road from the Kyain Thit Sar Shin Pagoda and Monastery on Thu Nandar Road in North Okkalapa Township.

Mitta Oo Pagoda


Though information is quite sparse on the Mitta Oo Pagoda, it is a must-see when in the North Okkalapa Township of Yangon, Myanmar. The Mitta Oo compound contains one large pagoda with dozens of smaller stupas all around it. A large moat is situated in the front of the pagoda with a stupa in the middle and a narrow walkway leading towards it. A seated Buddha Image has been placed in the middle of the structure.

Mitta Oo Pagoda

Mitta Oo Pagoda

Several dozen Buddha Images are located all around the roughly 50×50 yard (meters) large area in all shapes and sizes. Buddha images in different poses are located underneath each smaller stupa while several Buddha images sit serenely underneath giant snake/dragon statues in each of the four corners of the compound.

Upon arrival at the pagoda, you will see a large lake with a walkway towards a shrine located in the middle of it. The murky water contains many fish and you can feed them with any extra bread you may have on you. A broken-down Ferris wheel is located off to the right of the pagoda reminiscent of times long past in which the pagoda was kept in better repair.

Mitta Oo Pagoda

Mitta Oo Pagoda

Mitta Oo Pagoda

In one corner of the pagoda, you will you can see a globe with a golden Myanmar jutting out of it along with several smaller nagar (dragons) and crocodiles and various other mythical creatures.

All around the pagoda are dirt fields which children use to play chinlone (local Myanmar foot-volley), football (soccer for you Americans) and various other games. Card games are frequent and it’s a great place for kids to use some of their extra energy.
Mitta Oo Pagoda

Mitta Oo Pagoda

Mitta Oo Pagoda

Mitta Oo Pagoda

Mitta Oo Pagoda

For all the high-resolution photos from Mitta Oo Pagoda: Click Here

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Phillip Harbor

Author, blogger, photographer, all-around world traveler

Israeli Abroad

IsraeliAbroad (formerly SidepieceDiplomat) was started as a passion project by amateur photographer Phillip Harbor as he travels from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Yangon, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and throughout the world. Named for the adventure, the photoblog seeks to give followers a unique insight into life from a nation that was until recently closed off from the rest of the world for more than half a century. This blog is half photo-half information-half experience-driven. Yes that’s more than a whole… and yes that makes about as much sense as anything else you can find on this half of the globe! Feel free to follow us on social media and right here on the blog as we explore the incredible wonders of Myanmar. Updates will come as regularly as possible and don’t forget to share with your friends!

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IsraeliAbroad was started as a passion project by photographer Phillip Harbor as he travels from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Yangon, Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and throughout the world. Named for the adventure, the photoblog seeks to give followers a unique insight into life from a nation that was until recently closed off from the rest of the world for more than half a century. This blog is half photo-half information-half experience-driven. Yes that’s more than a whole… and yes that makes about as much sense as anything else you can find on this half of the globe! Feel free to follow us on social media and right here on the blog as we explore the incredible wonders of Myanmar. Updates will come as regularly as possible and don’t forget to share with your friends!