The door opened at 9:30 in the morning. Because I arrived too early, I had to go to the pagoda opposite to the entrance. Unexpectedly, I found an unexpectedly beautiful spot. I climbed up to the second floor of the pagoda. You can see multiple pagodas in the distance. It is a good place to take pictures. . The architectural space in the museum is tall and magnificent, but the collection is not as large as expected. There are some sculptures and photography works of bagan, and architectural models of the ancient kingdom on the first floor. On the second floor, there is a collection of many sculptures of Buddha. You can enjoy many Buddha statues and various images at once. What's interesting is that I don't know if I entered the venue too early, the lights in the hall were too late to turn on, and the exhibition room was dark, and I had to turn on the lights of my mobile phone to see the works clearly. The toilets are also not located in the same building in the museum, and can only be found after leaving the building.
I saw too many pagodas, changed my taste, and came to the Archaeological Museum. The treasures in the pagoda are stored here. Picture two shows that the Buddha here is truly integrated into life. Picture eight gives me the feeling of Nezha. I am drunk. The last one shows more than fifty kinds of head shapes here
I did my homework before I went, because basically everyone commented that there is nothing good to see, and it is necessary to buy a ticket, so I just checked the appearance of the building when cycling in Bagan, and it cannot compare with the monuments everywhere.
The Bagan Archaeological Museum does not include a pass, and a separate ticket is required. Although it's about RMB 30, it's not worth it personally, so I just took a look at the door. I think there is a fan of Bagan at most.
1. The architectural style of the museum is antique and imposing; 2. There are more than a dozen exhibition halls, divided into upper and lower floors, involving ancient characters, stone carvings, brick carvings, pottery, bronzes, handicrafts, statues of Buddha, jewelry, paintings, etc.; 3. Tickets are 5000 kyats, which is about ￥25, and the whole journey is at least 1-2 hours.