Obviously there are a lot of pagodas left over from history, which is enough to have a sense of history and attraction. I don’t know why it must be turned into a modern attraction, and many modern pagodas have been built, which is superfluous and destroyed The beauty here.
I think the original, ragged pagoda and state of the place is fine, but it seems to be building something on a massive scale that is attracting tourists, and it's a shame that it ruins the beauty.
Leaving the shore of Inle Lake, and proceeding to the southwest along the waterway, the boat traveled for a long time and finally arrived at Shwe Inn Thein Paya, the faith center of the locals. During religious festivals, villages near Inle Lake All the monks will gather here for pilgrimages and alms, and there will also be a large influx of believers. Just thinking about it, the picture is very spectacular!
Many people come by obedient boats. In fact, I personally feel that it is more interesting to ride a motorcycle. There are many small villages and small pagodas along the way. This is a free scenic spot. At the entrance of the scenic spot, there are many local people in national costumes selling all kinds of things.
The biggest attraction of Yindai Village is this group of stupas. After entering the village, there is a small hillside on the right hand side. There is a group of small towers on the mountain. The road is not easy to walk, but it is very wild. And if you walk for a while to the left, you will see the promenade. The ruins of ancient pagodas are scattered on both sides of the promenade. They are very beautiful.
A group of quaint pagodas, there is a temple behind the pagodas, and there are monks studying in it. When we visited, a little monk wanted us to visit, but because we ran out of time, we didn’t climb it.
Unexpectedly, I was the first person to leave a message to Reindeng Pagoda (Shewinndeinpagoda)... When visiting Inle Lake, this is a must-see attraction... Even though I have been to Cambodia, I will go there too. I’ve been to Bagan in Myanmar, but I’m still shocked here... It’s recommended to visit for 2-3 hours and be immersed in this once glorious ancient dynasty... The sights of golden pagodas are everywhere in Myanmar, but The sight of "Ancient Stupa" is everywhere, it is really rare to see...