The public will not be allowed to visit the pagoda. On the full moon day of Thadingyut, a Buddhist holiday, pagodas in Rangoon will not be allowed to visit the pagoda and will only offer lanterns by the board of trustees.
Due to the closure of the pagodas under the Kovis Protection Act, the pagodas will continue to be closed on the full moon day of the traditional Burmese festival. Those who are in charge of the pagoda will make lamp offerings inside the pagoda. From today until the first day of the full moon for three days. There are security measures to prevent people from entering, ”said an official from the Sule Pagoda.
At Sule Pagoda, 500 lamps will be offered daily for three days.