There are 30 pictures in the temple lined up in a row, depicting human birth, old age, sickness and death. In addition, there is a pair of monsters (Panchaluba) with antlers, elephant trunks, horseshoes, dragon bodies, and eagle wings in the Burmese Buddhist Temple. Its feet are on the globe, symbolizing the protection of the earth. It is said that as long as you put your hands on the globe and meditate on any country you desire to reach in your heart, your wish will surely come true.
The Temple of the Burmese Buddha is still worth a visit, after all, this place is so much to play, come to see, or very special, very solemn, no tickets, casual visit, but need to take off shoes to enter the temple.
The temple is located directly opposite the reclining buddha temple, don't know if it is from burma, there are 30 pictures in a row, describing the human life, old and sick, it seems a bit interesting, there are also a pair of animals with antlers, elephant nose, horse stables, dragon body, eagle wings.
A pair of elephants guard the entrance to this Burmese temple. Within the pagoda grounds is a Boddhi tree and a wishing pond. It is the venue of many celebrations held during the water festival in April.
I went to the Burmese Buddhist Temple and the impression was very good. The temple does not charge tickets, it is elegant and beautiful, and the garden plants are carefully maintained. In front of the hall, the coconut plantains that have been enshrined are slowed down, and they seem to be taken care of by special personnel or volunteers. The monks in the main hall are chanting scriptures for tourists, and it seems that they can rejoice in their merits.
Face to face with Wat Pho, just across the road. One is Thai style and the other is Burmese style. The area of Mianfo Temple is slightly larger, and the building types inside are slightly larger. The inside is standing. However, there are old people begging at the entrance of the Buddhist hall, which is not very good.
After coming out of the museum, everyone discussed going to the nearby temple, first took the free bus to the terminal and then changed the bus. On the free bus, everyone was very nervous, holding the bag tightly in front, and everyone looked after each other until the fee was transferred. The bus breathed a sigh of relief. There were not many people on the toll bus. The air-conditioning was very good. We told the driver where we were going, and then we found a seat to sit down, but watched the bus go round and round, but it didn't reach the goal. When we asked again, the driver told us that he forgot to ask us to get off, so he had to take the bus back to the terminal and let another bus take us there. This experience tells us that we should take the bus outside
It is indeed a very harmonious scene. I found that the religious and cultural tolerance here is quite good, especially in a small area in the center of the old city.