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Mawlamyine

Myanmar
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Mawlamyine Weather

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Today
14 Aug 2020
24 °
Cloudy
24-27
Tomorrow
15 Aug 2020
24°
Thunderstorms with Rain
24-27
Sunday
16 Aug 2020
24°
Showers
24-28
Monday
17 Aug 2020
24°
Showers
24-28

Trip Moments

Adam Yue   
The small nobs here, one after another, come and go, and every year will be different. However, they seem to show happiness and innocence, guarding the ancient pagodas, the magical land. Like the most peaceful star, warmly welcome, guests and friends from all over the world. The happy sand in the temple grows vigorously and keeps the youth. Simple and enthusiastic emotions infect pedestrians. Mahamuni Temple is located on the outskirts of Miaowu, the original temple where the famous Maha Muni Buddha was originally located. The appearance of the temple is very common. However, inside the temple, there is another world. The Buddha statue inside is magnificent, quietly sitting, and guarding the people of this village in peace. Away from the worldly Maha Muni Temple, waiting for the village, adopting every wandering soul, inspiring a sincere faith; waiting for this land, calm and self-confident; watching the pedestrians as if they are silent, telling An old story. Inadvertently, it breaks into the little-known Pu'er Tao Temple, and the sand under the tower is quietly guarded day after day. The quiet stupa, the memory of the light, faded away from the glory of the past, still standing here firmly, sticking to this beautiful village. In the face of this land, it seems to have broken into the exquisite scrolls, the quiet Buddhist temple, the trees are lush and green; the neat forest stands with a quiet temple; the warm and generous monks are waiting for the past and present of the temple; the cheerful atmosphere, the leap Into the ear. This long-lost intimacy is heartbreaking.
Posted: 2 Jan 2019
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