The Karaweik Lake is likewise called Royal Lake. Amid the development of the Shwedagon Pagoda, a great many huge amounts of soil were exhumed to shape the blocks and mortar used to fabricate the stupa. This lake was expected as a perfect water supply amid the British Colonial Administration. Water from Inya Lake was directed through channels to shape the Kandawgyi, or Royal, Lake.
Encompassed by wooden walkways, it's currently a mainstream place to hang out at night, in the case of unwinding with the priests and anglers or running with the wellness enthusiasts. From the walkways, it's conceivable to look towards Singuttara Hill, beat by the 110 m high pagoda.