Unexpectedly, I still can't escape the pagodas and temples when I come here. I am really tired of aesthetics. I can't even talk about anything beautiful or not. I hurriedly fled after hitting a card. It was too tiring.
From a distance, you can see the temple built by the river. Its pagoda is very dazzling, very tall, and the golden dome is very shining. Inside the pagoda are some very important local Buddhist holy relics.
Pali Pagoda, also known as Pondok Pagoda, is the largest temple in the Inle Lake area. It is built on a small island in the southern town of Inle Lake. The temple houses five small Buddha statues dating from the 12th century. The Buddha statues are kept by local believers. With gold leaf attached, the Buddha can no longer be seen. Visitors can take a boat to the island to visit this temple. The small pagoda buildings around the temple are worth seeing.
No tickets are needed. It is next to the floating market. It is quite big. It can be said that in Myanmar, there are many pagodas everywhere, and there are many shops selling souvenirs and long sands around them. The prices are cheap.
The largest temple in the Inle Lake area was built on a small island in the southern town of Inle Lake. This Buddhist temple enshrines five small Buddha statues. Now the Buddha statues have been covered with gold leaf by believers, and the scenery is nice.
So beterful in the worth
1. When visiting Inle Lake, you will not miss this temple; 2. The focus of the visit is the five "Paya" in the middle of the temple, which shows the gods. All male believers can put the "gold leaf" on them by themselves, but female believers can only Looking at the prayer from afar; 3. The price of "gold leaf" is 1500-2000 kyats for 5 pieces, ￥1.5-2 per piece; 4. The visit is free, and the tour can be completed in 15-20 minutes.