1) Mahaaungmye Bonzan Monastery: A temple similar in appearance to Angkor Wat, but much smaller. It is built with bricks and plaster, but the color is bright, but it still has a gorgeous yellow and majestic spirit after wind and rain;
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Isn't it the famous Yellow Temple? I don't know why it is listed separately. It is already there. Please refer to the merger if you see my comment.
Enter from behind the mountain accidentally, no tickets are needed. It's really little Angkor.
Maha Angmibo Mountain is located in the ancient city of Invar. It is the closest historic site to the ferry. It can be reached within a 15-minute walk. It is also the most famous and interesting ancient temple in the ancient city of Invar. It is a multi-storey building. Quite like Borobudur in Indonesia. Although there are many traces of rain, you can definitely see how exquisite the craftsmanship is during the construction. The yellow color is impressive. The locals are wearing bright clothes and sitting on the grass with the monastery as the background. On the other side, many ancient monasteries in Myanmar are empty, and there is no exception here.