Pindaya is a town in the Shan State of Myanmar. It is famous for its limestone caves called Pindaya Caves where thousand of Buddha images have been consecrated for worship over the centuries. It is also one of the towns that host an itinerant market  every fifth day. There are three caves on the ridge which run north south but only the southern cave can be entered and explored. It is known for its interior which contains over 8000 images of Buddha.

There is a pagoda named Shwe U Min (Golden cave) at the entrance of the southern cave. The Shwe U Min Pagoda Festival take place in February  and is a major festival for Taungyo hill tribes. There is a large bronze bell at the entrance of the southern cave too.

The town of Pindaya itself is set on a pleasant lakeside.