Among the many splendid and luxurious temple towers in Myanmar, there is an extremely quaint teak temple that is particularly eye-catching. This is the Bayacia brothel located in the ancient city of Inwa. One is said to be the oldest temple in Inwa. Built in 1770, the Bayacha Temple is similar in style to the golden palace of Mandalay, but there is no golden palace and superb grandeur. It is like a wife who is silently behind a successful man. He is quietly hidden in the tropical jungle, enjoying the peace and tranquility of nature. Teak is said to be the national treasure of Myanmar. It is expensive and its value can be compared with gold. As the Royal Academy, the greatest essence of this teak-built temple is its rare architectural structure. The temples supported by 276 large teak wood columns have experienced historical ups and downs, wars and earthquakes have not damaged the temple. Nowadays, although the wooden pillars have become dark, without the once tempting colors, and even with some vicissitudes of life, they still support the entire brothel.
When it comes to wooden architecture, except for the golden teak palace that the palace goes to, it is magical. The first time I saw the temple of the whole wood, so old can actually walk on the people, the gold paint falls off but there are traces to follow. And did not enter the special to scrape it out. The carvings are exquisite, although the wooden temples can be found larger, but they are not so beautiful. The
Imperial Palace is made of teak wood, a unique tree species unique to Myanmar. It has the characteristics of being non-cracking and corrosion-resistant. The feudal dynasty also made teak as royal wood. The palace and imperial city were built with this wood. . Unfortunately, such a magnificent palace was destroyed in World War II. The Myanmar government rebuilt in 1989 and has now partially restored its historical glory.
Don't miss out on friends who like Teak Palace. It's rare to have such a beautiful view. Listen carefully and smell.