The rather rigorous trip to this unique pilgrimage site is always satisfied with a fabulous sight of a huge rock weighing 600 tons, insecurely balanced at the edge of a crag of Paung Laung mountain range, around 200 km South East of Yangon. Golden Rock, in Myanmar Language known as Kyite Htee Yoe Pagoda is one of the breath-taking and also a sacred place for Myanmar People. It is located at the top of Mt.Kyite Htee Yoe in Mon State. On top of the boulder is a delicate pagoda, enshrined with a single strand of hair relic of Buddha which is said to be the prime force maintains the balance of this huge boulder. It is the third most important Buddhist pilgrimage site in Myanmar after Shwedagon Pagoda and Mahamuni Pagoda. A glimpse of the “gravity defying” Golden Rock is believed to be enough of an inspiration for any person to turn into Buddhism. Visitors can choose whether to take a bus to go to the top of the mountain or trekking up to the mountain which will take around 5 hours while being able to enjoy various legendary milestones along the way making to the top of the mountain.