Myoe Daung Kyaung or Myo Daung Monastery can be translated to Monastery at the corner of the city. It was considered the chef east-west oriented monastery construction in Bagan. This structure measures approximately 130 ft. x 115 ft. The history of most of its significant elements dates back from the pre-colonial Kon-baung period. Some of the rooms apparently were built later.
Coming to the pagoda from Bagan tour packages, you will have a chance to discover numerous woodcarvings whose history could be traced back to the late Kon-baung period of the mid- to the late 19th century has contributed the glory to the structure and has become a major claim to prominence of the site.
The Myoe Daung complex actually houses two monasteries, a number of pyathats, pavilions, rest houses, and ancillary buildings.