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I like the architectural style of this monastery. It was beautiful and unique.
The floor would be very hot during the daytime.
There was nothing inside but some teenagers chitchatting.
Anyway, you can have nice photographs and appreciate the beauty of the structure.
We hadnt taken much money with us the day we were doing our tour and there was an entrance fee of 10000kt or $10AUD to enter the temple but that then pays for all of your Mandalay Archaeological sites for the rest of your trip.It...More
So old.. so rustic... the color glows absolutely beautiful. The drive there is amazing through tons of farmland and rural area. Driving through banana fields and sunflowers makes it even more enjoyable.
This was one of the four sites the horse and cart tour stopped at, during our visit to Annwa. This is quite an impressive structure Built during the Konbaung dynasty, that ruled Burma/Myanmar from 1752 to 1885,(the last dynasty). We explored the nifty tunnels, that...More
This place is best to visit late afternoon when it’s not swarming with people, good place to shoot some nice pictures. It os one of the places where you need the same ticket for as for the mandalay palace
This is perhaps the largest and most impressive site in Inwa. It has an interesting history. It was built in the nineteenth century. Therefore, it is a Konbaung style building. It is made of bricks and stucco. It is one of the very few surviving...More
This monastery was commissioned by a Queen, when many buildings were made of teak. This is one of the early examples of architecture when they were changing to brick and mortar structures. So, some of the facades and stuccos resemble wood-carvings. A lovely place.
Once I saw Maha Aung Mye Bon Zan monastery from its entrance gate about 100 feet away, it reminded me of the imposing temples on the Bagan plains. This very massive brickwork with an elegant architure that can rival the Damayangyi temple in Bagan has...More