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We came here briefly. The rock stands tall by the water side. Of course you have to enter the temple (without your shoes) and veer here towards the left. You can step down towards the water and watch the small boats or go inside the...More
"Buphaya" means the gourd-like pagoda in Myanmar language. It is situated on the bank of Irrawaddy in Bagan.
There are many small boats floating on the river. You can try to take a boat trip to the opposite side of Nyaung U(Bagan) where one of...More
This rather small pagoda, compared to bigger ones around, is set by the Irrawadi bank. We saw it while taking the sunset cruise. Great pics from the river.
Our tour guide informed us this is the oldest pagoda in Bagan dating back to 10c.
After a day of viewing the temples in Bagan, we went to the Bupaya to see the sunset over the Irrawaddy River (as did many other people — it was quite crowded).
There really isn’t much to see at the Bupaya, a golden bulbous pagoda,...More
This pagoda was built as a trade mark showing this place is Bagan for ancient traders. Earliest Pyu-styled small pagoda is giving good views and breeze as located on the bank of the river. And it is good for sunset and sunrise at dawn and...More
located just beside the river, offers a different experience compared to the other pagodas. Crowded with locals but it allows you to witness a little bit of the local life. Easily accessible with ebike.