Limina Temple is indeed a relatively off-site location. It is usually a very quiet place with sporadic tourists who ride on their own small motorcycles. The white tower also looks very pure. On the wall next to it, it was the only one we found to go up the stairs. It was not easy to watch the sunrise from a higher point.
This pagoda is relatively remote, closer to the observation tower, not far from the official viewing platform, and seems to be the only white pagoda on Bagan. There are few people and clean, especially dazzling in the sun. A ruin next to it is the only vantage point that I found after running countless wild towers in Bagan for four days. The sunrise and sunset are very suitable, but it is still a bit dangerous to go up. Don't try it lightly!
Leimyethna Pahto is the last temple we visited on the southeast line. This whitewashed temple looks unique among the many pagodas in Bagan (according to UNESCO’s standards, it should be out of place), and the combination of the white walls and the blue sky background is also quite photogenic.
This whitewashed temple looks unique among the many pagodas in Bagan. The combination of the white walls and the background of the blue sky is also quite photogenic. There is a newly restored colorful mural on the pillar in the center of the White Pagoda. Four golden Buddhas are enshrined on each side. Although it is very modern, it is also worth seeing.
The towering white pagoda is dazzling and beautiful. In the buildings on the eastern outskirts of Bagan, it is called thamanpaya on the local map. It was also damaged by the earthquake. You can only see the front pagoda and you can’t enter. There are two rows of benches at the door where you can rest.