Sule Pagoda

Sule Pagoda: Place For Meditation

The Sule Pagoda is a Buddhist temple located in the center of Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). The pagoda is over 2,000 years old and is considered to be one of the most sacred sites in the city.The Sule Pagoda is believed to have been built during the time of the Buddha, making it one of the oldest pagodas in Myanmar. The pagoda has been renovated and reconstructed several times over the centuries, most recently in 2002.

The pagoda is located in the middle of a busy traffic circle, and it serves as a major landmark and meeting point in Yangon. The pagoda is also surrounded by many shops and restaurants, making it a popular destination for both tourists and locals.The Sule Pagoda is a stupa-style pagoda, meaning that it has a circular base and a pointed top. The pagoda is made of brick and stucco, and it stands over 46 meters (150 feet) tall. The pagoda is decorated with gold leaf and features a large diamond on top.Visitors to the Sule Pagoda can explore the temple grounds and see the many shrines and statues of Buddha. There is also a small museum on the grounds that contains artifacts and historical information about the pagoda and its history.