Highlights: The Shwedagon Pagoda of Yangon is located on the St. Dingu Dala Mountain, which is the higher part of Yangon and the core of the local Buddhist beliefs. The conical main tower is nearly 100 meters high, the tower body is wrapped in gold foil, and there are thousands of gold and silver bells hanging around it. The dazzling Shwedagon Pagoda is even more brilliant in the morning and evening when the sun is slanting, and it is still lit up at night, which is magnificent. As a must-see attraction in Yangon, many people come here to worship Buddha and sightseeing every day, and it is even more crowded during festivals. Tour Guide To visit the Shwedagon Pagoda, there are four entrances to the east, south, west and north. There is a unique Burmese-style sphinx at each entrance gate. You have to climb more than 100 marble steps to reach the big platform. Walking on the big platform, you will be able to witness the splendid Shwedagon Pagoda, and there are dozens of small Buddhist pagodas of different shapes around the main pagoda, some with golden tops and white walls, some with broken glass collages, and some with pure solid wood. Built with gold paint, it's spectacular. Shwedagon Pagoda is the most sacred pagoda in the area, and it also houses the relics of four Buddhas. Many people sat on the big platform to pray to the Buddha, or meditated and recited sutras in the Shwedagon Pagoda. They were very devout. You can go around the Shwedagon Pagoda in a clockwise direction to see its appearance, then visit the golden Buddhist hall, admire the jade Buddha statues, and understand the local Buddhist culture.