At the main entrance of the temple, you can see the complete Dabiniu Temple, and the angle is very beautiful, it is a good place to take pictures. Literally, "Nathlaung Kyaung" means "shrine of imprisoned elves". The layout of the temple is like a traditional Indian grotto, with a large column in the middle and frescoes or carvings on all sides. The carvings in the temple are all plaster carvings, so the craftsmanship is exquisite, and the carvings of Vishnu are very beautiful. In addition to plaster carvings, there are also a few murals on the walls.
Located on the west side of Dabynyu Temple, it was built earlier in 931 AD and is the only Hindu temple in Bagan. There is a four-sided Buddhist altar in the main building. At present, only the main building of the temple remains, and the entrance hall and external structure have collapsed and annihilated. The girl who sells postcards at the door will take the initiative to introduce the situation of the temple and lead the tour. The only return they want is to buy their souvenirs, but they can also be politely declined without being malicious.
The temple next to the ruins of the Bagan Palace. This is an old Hindu temple with a lot of carvings. It is worth checking out.
Nasrom Temple is an old Hindu temple. There are many carvings inside. The main tower in the center is still preserved.
This sightseeing tower is called the Namint Tower. Many of the original buildings have been destroyed, and the main tower in the center remains