Gawdawpalin Pahto (Gawdawpalin Pahto) Gawdawpalin means "the altar expressing the heart of reverence" in Burmese. With a height of 55 meters, the temple is the second tallest pagoda in Bagan and the most representative pagoda in the late Bagan period. It was King Narapatisithu who ordered the construction to begin, but he died before it was completed. Later, his son King Htilominlo took over. The two-story temple was not built until 1227. Jiadepalin Temple and Dabinyu Temple have very similar architectural patterns and shapes. Here, you can donate 500 Kyat to light up a birthday lantern for your own week. This is our last stop in Bagan. There are some dazzlings, but fortunately, the pagodas are selected representative ones, plus their own wonderful stories, so they are quite clear in their heads.
A pagoda that I like very much, its shape is very majestic and simple, not far from the hotel where I live, I started from this pagoda to explore the pagodas of Bagan one by one. Bagan is a place worth visiting in your life. Here, riding a battery car to stroll around the pagoda every day, I feel very peaceful.
The second tall tower of the gansu, free to visit, the tower is right next to the old gansu hotel, about 5 minutes walk from the hotel, the night lighting is also very beautiful, recommend to go inside, there is a red brick tower on the edge of the tower to echo, you can visit together
This is a very famous tower in Bagan area, not only the tower but also a temple, very beautiful. Come here during the day and evening, you can see different scenery, if you have time, it is worth a visit
In Bagan, this tower is the second tallest, combining Indian and Burmese architectural styles. A relatively late work in Bagan.