[View] Well, it's about 2,000 anyway. But, despite that, it stands out in the embarrassment of riches. The pagoda is located in some of the most interesting temples, also near the ancient world master class. Well worth a visit when you are at the archaeological site.
It's right next to the pagoda, but there is no signpost-maybe you don't know it is there, but you have to get friendly help from a hawker. This small temple is located in front of the majestic Shwesandaw Pagoda, but it seems that it was built later than the pagoda built in the 11th century. In this temple, a statue of a reclining Buddha is hung in the place of "Paranirvana", which seems to recall the moment of death. The statue is about 30 m long, with closed eyes and stiff body. There are murals of flowers and trees on the walls to remember that Buddha's death occurred in the park.
Shinbinthalyaung Temple, west of the Rishan Tower, has a huge 18-meter-long reclining Buddha. The reclining Buddha is in a thin room at the back of the temple, dark in the light. Shooting a sunset photo will definitely put it in the camera.
A rectangular Buddhist temple next to the Ruishan Pagoda contains an 18-meter-long reclining Buddha, which is different from the normal Nirvana Buddha statue with its head facing north. This Buddha image changed its direction to face the Ruishan Pagoda.
This place is a bit far away, otherwise it would be ok