Leaving the shore of Inle Lake, and proceeding to the southwest along the waterway, the boat traveled for a long time and finally arrived at Shwe Inn Thein Paya, the faith center of the locals. During religious festivals, villages near Inle Lake All the monks will gather here for pilgrimages and alms, and there will also be a large influx of believers. Just thinking about it, the picture is very spectacular!
Many people come by obedient boats. In fact, I personally feel that it is more interesting to ride a motorcycle. There are many small villages and small pagodas along the way. This is a free scenic spot. At the entrance of the scenic spot, there are many local people in national costumes selling all kinds of things.
The pagoda here is a different feeling from the pagodas in Yangon. The pagoda here is a relatively primitive existence. The simple stone or brick pagoda actually has a different flavor.
I think it is much more interesting than those famous pagodas. These pagodas feel that they have always stood there in this state and are shown to people without much artificial decoration and maintenance. I find it very interesting.
Not bad, this is a relatively concentrated complex of pagodas, and you can see its full view on the high ground next to it. Although these pagodas are all dilapidated pagodas, they are still spectacular together.