[View] Well, it's about 2,000 anyway. But, despite that, it stands out in the embarrassment of riches. The pagoda is located in some of the most interesting temples, also near the ancient world master class. Well worth a visit when you are at the archaeological site.
It's right next to the pagoda, but there is no signpost-maybe you don't know it is there, but you have to get friendly help from a hawker. This small temple is located in front of the majestic Shwesandaw Pagoda, but it seems that it was built later than the pagoda built in the 11th century. In this temple, a statue of a reclining Buddha is hung in the place of "Paranirvana", which seems to recall the moment of death. The statue is about 30 m long, with closed eyes and stiff body. There are murals of flowers and trees on the walls to remember that Buddha's death occurred in the park.
Shinbinthalyaung Temple is to the west of Ruisantuo Pagoda. Inside there is a huge reclining Buddha 18 meters long. The reclining Buddha is in the long slender room at the back of the temple, and the light is very dark. Taking a picture of the sunset will definitely put it in the lens.
A rectangular Buddhist temple adjacent to the tower of zuishan, with a 18-meter-long reclining Buddha, unlike the Nirvana Buddha statue, which faces north, the statue changed direction in order to face the tower.
A modest building, but one that is worth seeing, is all in the building. It's a modest building near the parking lot of "Xu Sanduo", like a warehouse. Built in the 11th century, it looks like a modest building, but houses a 18-meter-long reclining Buddha. Unlike the Nirvana Buddha, which faces north, the statue changes its direction in order to face the Rizantha Tower. It is the first time that many reclining Buddha have been seen in Thailand, but in this small structure on such a scale. The entrance to the temple is narrow and only allows one person to pass through. There seems to be no lighting indoors, which has a certain impact on the viewing. Inside the building, you can see the permanent damage that the earthquakes have caused to the building. It is said that there are small monks to visit from time to time, and if you are lucky, you can take pictures. We've met an old monk who's acting a little weird