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On the trip I went to a few monasteries. These are graceful and holly places. Since there are already photos of the monastery buildings, I concentrated on the little Shami, who one day will become a wise monk.
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Burmese Buddhists must become...More
One of my favorite! Different from the rest of the temples! It's a beautiful monastery in teck completely carved
Every millimeters of the wood has been sculpted and its amazing!
We could visit the inside when we were there. Off the beaten track, no tourist...More
This was my first teakwood monastery I ever saw and the guide who I was with, even stayed there as a child. It has incredible wood carvings and is absolutely unique. The best to go there is by a horse cart or an e-bike.
We went here as part of our tour and although the Monastery itself is quite beautiful form the outside, unfortunately were could not go inside at the time we visited, so a little disappointed.
This is also referred to as Myoe Daung Monastery and is...More
The original monastery has deteriorated so significantly, that it is now virtually unrecognizable. The current monastery has now shifted next door, in a slight replication of the original. Not really worth the effort to view, and accordingly cannot be found on Bagan maps provided to...More
This beautiful teak monastery has wonderfully complex and intricate carvings covering the outside and decorating the interior. In a quiet area, not inundated with tourists and set in a treed location it is beautifully peaceful, and you can walk around taking photos, and just looking...More