Xiyingbin Temple is located on the west side of Mandalay City, only about 500 meters away from the Jade Market. This temple is famous for a teak wood building, but there are not many tourists, so you can visit it carefully, and you can enter the temple for free. There are not too many tourists in the temple. It is a quiet corner. Compared with other temples, it is already a tourist attraction. The wood carving is very good and the preservation is ideal.
Xiyingbin Monastery is one of the most famous attractions in Mandalay. It has distinctive architecture, distinctive folk customs, distinctive cuisine, and is very interesting. It is good to feel the local folk customs.
It’s a very quiet environment. The monastery here is also very important. The monks are also an important place in Myanmar. Many children and locals joined the monastery when they were very young.
[Fun] Very interesting temple
It is a beautiful teak carved temple. It was funded and built by two Chinese in 1895. The main hall is supported by teak wood. There are exquisitely carved Buddha statues, beams and pillars and door panels. There is also a vast shelter under the main hall.
It is said that it is a temple funded by the Chinese people. The golden teak wood statue of the temple is very interesting. In fact, I feel that all the sights in Myanmar are covered by Chinese people, especially the fellow villagers everywhere in Mandalay. Of course, it is very interesting for a group of Chinese to see the temples built by the Chinese in other places.