The Page Boy (Thu-nge-daw) makes sure all is in good order for the arrival of the king and his entourage. Page boys were young sons of lesser princes and nobles who served as errand boys in the palace. He is dressed rather like a jester, but with gold medallions and chains around his neck. He wears his hair tied in two bunches, one on either side of the head, high above the ears.


We can see this art craft outside the temple which is carried by two unique royal page boys.

The bell is one of the master pieces for Myanmar traditional art. Devotees love to ring the bell as it is attractive and exclusive, especially for first time visitors.