|Country||Mandalay, Mandalay Region, Burma|
Myadaung Monastery (Burmese: မြတောင်ကျောင်း; also known as the Queen's Monastery) was a Buddhist monastery built in 1885 under the patronage of Queen Supayalat. Myadaung Monastery was located 1 mile (1.6 km) southwest of Mandalay Palace, and was profusely carved and gilded in gold. As a fine specimen of Burmese architecture, its conservation was ordered by Lord Curzon in December 1901.
- List of Ancient Monuments in Burma (I. Mandalay Division). 1. Rangoon: Office of the Superintendent, Government Printing, Burma. 1910.
- Mahbubad to Moradabad. Imperial Gazetteer of India. XVII. London: Clarendon Press. 1908.