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A pair of two temples, which look nice from the outside wall and the country side. Sein-Nyet-Ama was still open to see, but Sein-Ynet-Nyima was scaffolded for renovation. Very quiet temples but nice to see along the way.
This is two stupa's next to a temple. Do be aware that hawkers here will try to sell to you the minute you arrive. What I love is no two places you visit are the same and even on a busy day I had this...More
So our guide brought us to see these 2 constructions (built by 2 sisters) in order to demonstrate the difference between a stupa & a temple (both of which are called pagoda).
A temple has at least one entrance (usually 4, with the main one...More
Pagoda and temple stand side by side. According to the guidebook, Ama is elder sister and Nyima is younger. Seinnyet is the name of queen and she built these. Temple's top shape is like the upside down unfolded umbrella.