This looks AMAZINGGGG. Photos cannot give justice how beautiful this place is. This is my favorite pagoda in Myanmar. Look vibrant and wear a colorful dress that will match the background. Very entrance fee and there’s a lot of locals who can take your photo. just give them
a tip or buy flowers or anything. they are very hospitable.
what a great place to see the history of Myanmar.
The Xin Bimei Pagoda was built in 1816 and has a history of more than 200 years. The tower was built by the king to commemorate his queen Xin Bimei and was named after the queen. This pure white jade is like a beautiful pagoda of "cream cake", which shows the king's deep love and nostalgia for the queen. Although the size of the
stud is not very large, its unique structure and pure white color filled with romance make it a kind of innate glamour and noble temperament. The whole pagoda is a huge circle, surrounded by a seven-story tower base like a wave. The undulating sculptures of the mountains are like the lotus throne. The beauty of the tourists caught in the luster of white jade is more beautiful. Dust out. It is no wonder that many foreign tourists are rushing to punch in here, just to leave this short moment.
Snow White Xin Bimei Pagoda looks like a big cake of cream from a distance, so it has the reputation of "cake tower". In the Burmese worldview, this is the center of the world.
"Xin Bimei Pagoda" is a white stupa building with wavy steps, which stands out among all Burmese temples due to its peculiar appearance. The stupa is designed in a huge white circle with seven semi-circular platforms. The guardrails are wavy arches, symbolizing the seven mountains and the sea around the center of the world. The highest point of the pagoda is the altar. It is said that the shape of the white stupa represents Mount Meru, the sacred mountain of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, and the center of the universe. This stupa seems to pay tribute to the sublime nature with a white body.