A place not to be missed to see this ancient monastery built entirely from local timber. A great work of art, now currently being restored to its former glory
Teakwood is proven to be everlasting at this building. Beautiful carvings, structure and interior. Short visit, about 3 dollar entrance fee. To see such workmanship was enjoyable, hopefully will be maintained future generations.
It was interesting to walk around and in such an old building and to see the teams now involved in refurbishment. Such a lot of history concerning King Mindon and his principle wife.
I almost overlooked this place because it's on the left of the path as you're walking up to the other palace. Although quite small, the details in the buildings are incredible.
Everything is made of carved teak and resembles the old Burma. I was there 30 years ago where this temple was full of locals praying. Today it is more like a museum that is getting restored. Ther is a good ambience and observe the floor made of wide teak pieces. Priceless and…