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We really enjoyed walking in and around this stunning place. The temple is well maintained and kept, and has so much history behind it. The place is well preserved and will be very soon one of the World UNESCO sites.
This temple has amazing arts and I would say unique architectures. In addition, it was quiet and peaceful too. It was my first time, and I'm sure that I had a great experience. You should definitely add this temple to your list.
Of all the temples we've visited at Bagan, this was our favorite, there's so much details work inside and outside to look at, we spent the longest time here than other temples, to get a better view, bring a flashlight the mural and the carvings...More
Still in decent shape with lots of carvings on the wall showing interesting history of the period. Becoming very commercial as there are lots of kiosks/shops selling souvenirs around the temple. However, this the place to buy all the souvenirs of Manmar you want. You...More
The Sulamani Temple counts into bigger temples in Bagan. It was built in 12 c in red bricks. Apart from that it has great sand stone and plaster decorations outside and fantastic mural paintings inside.
During the earthquake that hit Myanmar in Aug 2016, video of a top portion of an ancient Bagan temple falling down was circulating and this is that temple. They are still repairing the top portion but good to see that they have learned from previous...More