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This temple is located on a hill with nice view of the surrounding temples and pagoda. Due to earthquake it’s not possible to climb many temples at sunrise. I don’t know about this one. We went to Shwe Leik Too which was open for early...More
This is a temple that is underrated! My sister and I searched for the perfect place to view sunset and sunrise. After a few places, we found this one. It was great. Not overcrowded and there was plenty of room for people. We arrived at...More
There are several levels to this temple and it is a good one to start your exploring at as it also gives you great views over the plains of Bagan and the many temples that are here.
Go up to the top level and walk...More
This is one of the temple that you can climb. I went to the top to see sunrise. You can see it clearly without any obstacle. I see the sun rise with hot balloon in the back ground and its one of my experience that...More
What a place, its stunning, we were told how the locals but leaf gold and weld it to Buddha's body and make a wish, go though the back and see yes more Buddha's, this is a truly magical place.
It really makes you think about...More
One of the few temples where you can actually get up to the upper platform. Just a question how long this will still be open with all the closures due to earthquake damage and...tourists misbehaving! I loved this temple and actually came back three times...More
A simple pagoda with a little secret. If you can find the entrance-way to the internal narrow winding stairs up to the terrace, you are once again treated to some spectacular views of the Bagan Plains and its many temples and pagodas.
Shwegu Gyi , some says, Nan U Phaya means the temples ahead of Palace site which is the perfect spot for Sunrise during Second week to December First week. Latter, it is becoming great escape for sun set. More over, if you are a cultural...More