Kyaut SAE Cave, located in Myanmar, is known all over the world. The majestic cave holds a Buddhist temple inside its depths. This fact does not diminish the natural splendour of the cave at all. Through the small openings in the ceiling, daylight penetrates the cave. At certain times of the day the cave is flooded with orange or blue glow.
The cave is situated near the city of Burna and is known only to a narrow circle of people. It is quite small, and, therefore, practically not interesting to researchers. The main visitors to the cave are pilgrims. The temple located there remains one of the most important in the country. Right in the cave grow trees and shrubs, which make the atmosphere in it even more fabulous. The number of pilgrims visiting the cave is really very large, so in recent years it has been substantially transformed.
The floor of the cave was designed with chic marble, comfortable benches were placed around the cave for visitors. In the center of one of the caverns is a golden sculpture of Buddha, beside which you can see a lot of beautiful statues and traditional jewelery for Buddhist culture. Kyaut SAE Cave is an important religious, cultural and historical monument of Myanmar. According to scientists, the first sacred places were established in the 13th century. Next - Aven Armand Cave
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