Another must see in Bagan, with a sort of viewing platform at one corner that gives brilliant views of the Bagan plains.
A nice tempel where a very impressive outside does not leave much room inside. As usual very nice statues around the tempel so worth some time to spned looking for smaller details. But if the tempels in Bagan not the nicest.
This was the first temple you usually go to with a horse cart tour...It was the only place my ticket was checked because they sold it to me. Go out back to the monks building and climb to the roof and take in the scenery.
Htilominlo is one of the temples to represent Bagan. It's said that the style is typically Bagan style. Inside, there're 4 golden Buddha at each 4 sides. You can go to the top of the adjacent monastry. The view from there is special. A girl aggressively toured the temple and brought us to the top. Later we found she was... More
Our tour guide did not seem so interested in explaining the history or significance of this place so we wandered around and found the two Padaung women who were weaving and their nephew who was charging to have the ladies picture taken. We saw several arts and craft shops. The entrance to the pagoda was intricate but the inside, as... More
Make sure you visit this place, but don't waste time inside (unless you need a cool-down). The interior is pretty boring, but the outside is breathtaking and you must climb to the upper levels to enjoy a fantastic view!
Temple of the 12th century. Built by bricks and covered as we were told by white plaster with delicate curvings.Some of them are still remaining and are mastepieces. Inside there are 4 Buddah statues.Love the Bagan architecture. If you are interested visit as many Temples and pagodas you can. There are more than 3.000.
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