Kandawgyi Lake is a large lake in downtown Yangon, known for idyllic view Shwedagon Pagoda and numerous restaurants and bars located inside Kandawgyi Park. Kandawgyi Lake and Park opens daily until 10:00 p.m. There are several open-air restaurants and café bars at the southern end of the lake, entrance fee to the Park from that end is 2,000 MMKyats. At the south east corner of Kandawgyi Lake is the Karaweik hall, a concrete structure in Myanmar traditional Royal Barge style, supported by two Myanmar Mythical Karaweik birds. Built in 1974, it became one of Yangon’s noticeable landmarks. Initially painted white, it is now painted in gold, green and red, similar to of Phaung Daw U Pagoda Royal Barge at Inle Lake. Inside the Karaweik Hall is buffet restaurants, Chinese, Burmese and Western food, with traditional Burmese entertainment which lasts about 3 hours. The entertainment includes traditional puppet show, elephant dance and Burmese dance. Entrance to the Karaweik Hall is 300 MMKyats. The traditional Burmese entertainment is from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
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