Highlights: The Jodhaki Temple of Reclining Buddha enshrines the largest indoor reclining Buddha statue in the country. This large reclining Buddha is 20 meters long and 5.4 meters high. It was built in 1907. After various natural disasters, it officially became the current large reclining Buddha statue in 1960 . Originally a huge open-air seated Buddha, it was transformed into its present appearance with a huge amount of Burmese jade. The facial decoration of the reclining Buddha is very beautiful, not only the eyeballs made of glass inlaid are clear and divine, but also the eyelashes are thick and slender. The Buddha's right hand lightly supported his head, and his eyes were watching all beings. His expression was open-minded and serene, as if he was listening to the devout prayers of the believers. Behind the head of the reclining Buddha is the guardian deity representing the birth week. If you bring a camera, you may wish to extend the lens to find your “guardian deity”. There are 108 Buddha feet carved on the sole of the foot of the reclining Buddha, which represents the 108 reincarnations of a person. Each box shows an image in the cycle of six paths, and the English next to it explains the meaning of each image one by one. 59 of them are the human world, 21 are the animal world, and 28 are the gods' world, representing the lofty meaning of transcending these levels and not reincarnating in the Three Realms. At the feet of the reclining Buddha is the shrine of the saint Masai, who has the power to stop the rain and protect the safety of merchants and sailors. At the end of the big foot, there is a platform for photographers to take pictures, where you can take a detailed picture of the bottom of the big foot and the head of the reclining Buddha. In addition to the reclining Buddha, the Shweminwon Sasana Yeiktha Meditation Center here attracts a large number of local believers to meditate here.