I highly recommend the old buildings here, the carvings outside the building and the ancient feeling of matching, it is really worth coming to see the magnificence of this tower. I like the feel here. Recommend everyone to come. During the war, Buddha statues were often stolen because the Buddha statues contained jewelry and property donated by believers. These were funds used to rebuild the temple in case the temple was destroyed. There are few tourists in this area, the Buddhist temples are kept intact, and have unique historical value. Chou Meizi thinks it is worth visiting. I really appreciate the good introduction of the tour guide.
Commonly known as the Sansheng Temple, it was built in the late 13th century and is the most unique temple in Bagan. Its style is similar to that of Khmer civilization. The interconnected structure of the three pagodas follows the Buddhist architectural style of India and Nepal, which is relatively rare in Bagan.
The three beautiful temples are connected together. There are murals inside. The hawker will show you the murals with a flashlight. On the west side of it, there is an unremarkable small tower without a name. The hawker said it is very beautiful. We don’t want to buy it. He didn't bother him
Paya Thonzu (Paya Thonzu) is adjacent to Tambula Temple and is also famous for its murals, but the murals inside still prohibit visitors from taking pictures.
The temple is worth visiting. There are many Buddha statues here. There are hundreds of Buddha statues of different shapes in a temple, which are very well carved.