Kyaik Than Lan Pagoda

Three famous pagodas adorn the Mawlamyine Ridge. The Kyaik-thanlan pagoda was erected in 875 A.D. during the reign of King Mutpi Raja. A hair relic of the Buddha, Tripitaka manuscripts and gold images of the Buddha were enshrined in the pagoda.

U Zina Pagoda

This pagoda is named after a person called U Zina but no one really knows who he was. Some say that U Zina was a sage, who lived at the time of king Asoka and that U Zina was just a villager, who while collecting shoots on the hill where the pagoda now stands.

Mahamuni Pagoda

This is a replica of the Maha Muni Image at Mandalay. The Seindon Mibaya-gyi, a prominent Queen of King Mindon from Mandalay, went to live in Mawlamyine after the Annexation.

Mudon - Mon State

In Mudon, the world’s largest reclining Buddha Image has been constructing at Win Sein Taw Ya Forest. situated 29 km south of Mawlamyine. The Buddha Image is named as Zinathuka Yan Aung Chantha, which has a length of 400 feet (= 180 m) and inside the image is 182 rooms in 8 storeys. It has the height of 110 feet (nearly 34 m). Near to the image 200 standing monks collecting alms images can be seen clearly.