The Pindaya cave is an important pilgrimage site for Burmese Buddhists and an attractive, unusual sights for tourists.
The cave is set in a limestone hill in Central Myanmar not far from Inle Lake. The hill contains three caves, only one of which is open to the public.
This cave that is about 150 meters long contains thousands of Buddha images in various styles and from different eras from the early Konbaung dynasty era to present day.
Location: Pindaya, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma)