It’s a very small temple. If you accidentally miss it, it happened that the Japanese tour group was inside and I overheard some of the explanations in the English and Japanese versions, but the experience is that if you can understand Japanese, it’s better, because you can speak it. Too detailed, the murals inside are very delicate, full of many short stories, it is worth visiting. It is a very recommended attraction. There are also recommendations on lp. We rode by. There were coconut vendors at the door, the kid who asked for change, and the administrator of the temple. He said that he has been guarding here for 20 years , I haven’t made a fortune yet, because there are too few tourists. We ate a big coconut at the door. He opened the lock enthusiastically and asked us to go in to see the murals. The murals I have seen are the best and most beautiful in Bagan. I recommend not to miss it.
Niangwu came out of the rectangular temple on the right hand side. It is recommended to rent an ebike or a bicycle. It is free to stop and go. The location is diagonally opposite to the Xiluomingde Temple. It is not a small temple. This place is marked on the simplified map provided by the hotel.
This small rectangular auditorium is named after Upali, a famous monk in the 13th century. From the cracks in the door, there are beautiful murals on the wall and ceiling of the ceiling. It is a pity that on the day of my visit, The door is closed! :(
A small temple that is not very eye-catching on the roadside, but it still has a long history. There is a temple not far from the intersection of Htilominlo Pahto that is also worth visiting. This ordination is called Upali Thein (Upali Thein), built in In the 13th century, the rectangular structure had a small spire in the top and middle. Similar buildings of the same time are all wooden, and they have decayed in the waves of history. The stupa is famous for its exquisite murals. These murals were repainted during the renovation of the Gongbang Dynasty in the 17th-18th centuries, and the colors are very gorgeous today. The murals depict the images of 28 Buddhas, as well as the story of the Buddha's life. Excerpted from Ant's Honeycomb If you only look at the shape, Upali Temple is definitely one of the more unique Pagodas in Bagan. Against the blue sky, this view is quite good. However, I still have to complain a little bit, even under the scorching sun, walking barefoot among the pagodas is a kind of practice! !
One of the famous temples in Bagan area, there are no bright spots on the outside, but the temple has the most beautiful murals among the many temples in Bagan. After so many years, there are still colors, and it has to be amazing