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I actually found this place quite interesting! It is very old. It was built at the beginning of the 11th century likely by the father of king Kyanzittha. It is a cave that was part of a monastery. It is not big. It is dark...More
Unlike other scattered temples of Bagan, this cave temple located in Nyaung U area is not frequented by bustling tourists. Built in 12th century, towards southwest of Shwezigon Paya, it looks like unusual cliff face and reveal mysterious past of Bagan kings. An elderly lady...More
If you enjoy visiting off the beaten path places, this is what you're looking for! A former monastery with frescoes that is being refurbished to its former glory. Many of the walls in the interior formerly had beautiful, exquisite frescoes. It is now slowly, bit...More
This Umin or cave is from the 11/13 century, divided into a series of 3 rooms in each division, the higher your rank the bigger the room you received.
Monks spent years at a time in this monastery, no natural lighting so you need a...More
After you see Shwezigon Paya, walk toward the river and you will find it on your left just before you reach the river. It doesn't look special at all so this place can be easily missed. It is locked normally so our horse wagon guy...More