Taung Kwe Pagoda
Kayah State Cultural Museum gives some detail on the tribes of Kayah State, as well as their varying traditional dresses and weaponry: perhaps its most interesting feature is the central totem pole that is also a major feature of many of Kayah villages, an animist tradition pre-dating Buddhism or Christianity.
Thiri Mingalarpon Kyaung
A monastery founded in 1912 and serving as a palace for Kayah princes –known as Sao Pha, or until 1959. Following the death of the last Sao Pha in 1987, the decaying structure was donated to a local Buddhist organization for repair and upkeep.
Christ the King Church – Kayah State’s oldest church was built by Roman Catholic missionaries in 1939, and is equipped with a bell brought over from Italy. Mass is still held there in Myanmar, English, Kayan and Latin languages, but in a newer, bigger building adjacent to the original church.
Naung Yah lake
It is a great place to go for a walk and enjoy tasty local food in the evening market.