Myanmar (Burma) - Temples of Bagan (Chapter)
This is the Temples of Bagan chapter from Lonely Planet’s Myanmar (Burma) guidebook.
Marco Polo described Bagan as 'one of the finest sights in the world'. Despite centuries of neglect, looting, erosion and regular earthquakes, not to mention questionable restoration, this temple-studded plain remains a remarkably impressive and unforgettable vision.
- marvel at the perfectly proportioned Ananda Pahto, which houses four giant buddha statues carved from teak
- speculate over what lies inside the bricked-up inner sanctum of mysterious Dhammayangyi Pahto
- take in all the colours of the sunset from Shwesandaw Paya or Buledi, or enjoy the spectacle, minus the crowds, at Thabeik Hmauk
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: When to Go, The Temples, Old Bagan, North Plain, Central Plain, Myinkaba Area, New Bagan Area, South Plain, Nyaung U Area.
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