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Htilominlo Pahto

Bagan, Myanmar
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Ranked #10 of 43 Attractions in Bagan
Certificate of Excellence 2014
Type: Historic Sites, Cultural
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Type: Historic Sites, Cultural
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Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand
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31 reviews 31 reviews
16 attraction reviews
7 helpful votes 7 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 21, 2014

Big but not beautiful as the others. The story of this pagoda is from the history. When the king are dying, he cannot choose the new king. Then, he let his umbrella choose by his sons standing around and the one whom this umbrella point at would be the new king.

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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70 reviews 70 reviews
43 attraction reviews
50 helpful votes 50 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 16, 2014

1218 A.D, 150FT . This structure is still standing although it got a lil damage from earthquake. losta details. catch it if u can. bring a torchlight, sunglasses and enjoy the sight, red bricks might leave a stain, so watch it.

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Yangon Region, Myanmar
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 31, 2014

The royal umbrella was bent to the right king although there were many sons in this father king who wanted to choose the royal king for his next.

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Pasadena, California
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217 reviews 217 reviews
146 attraction reviews
67 helpful votes 67 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 29, 2014

This is a very striking 3-storeys red brick structure. The square base is 140ft. across on each sides. The imposing central spire is over 150ft tall. Due to earthquake damages, visitors are not allowed into the upper levels. But there is plenty to see on the ground level. Within the sanctuary walls there are many arched recesses with small Buddha... More 

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Nuremberg, Germany
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161 reviews 161 reviews
54 attraction reviews
72 helpful votes 72 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 13, 2014

The shape of the temple from the outside is very photogenic it is different from the other ones. This was my favorite one from the first day route we did.

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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600 attraction reviews
631 helpful votes 631 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 3, 2014

This temple is one of the larger temples and it is known for its sunrise/sunset scenes but it has so many people on it you are better off to find another temple. The road leading to the temple has a lot of vendors on it and many kids trying to sell postcards. Firm no's are necessary or they will follow... More 

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Beijing Region, China
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11 reviews 11 reviews
8 attraction reviews
2 helpful votes 2 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 30, 2014 via mobile

It is rainning very heavely when we visit this temple. Very slippery outside. Be careful if you do the same. The murals in this temple are very beutiful, elegant and vivid. Do not allow to take pictures. It is said that it is indian style architure. To be honest, I cannot tell the difference. But I do like the murala.

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Hanoi, Vietnam
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44 reviews 44 reviews
21 attraction reviews
29 helpful votes 29 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 23, 2014

This was the first temple I visit. The temple is very impressive from the outside and has a similar design to Sulamani temple. Foreigners are not allow to go up to the towers. However, there were too many sellers here and they tried to sell you. Do bargain if you want to buy something. I paid for a mask only... More 

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San Francisco, California
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155 reviews 155 reviews
96 attraction reviews
80 helpful votes 80 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 16, 2014

Beautifully preserved - about 800 years old and so majestic. It is beautiful to see from the regular perspective - but also quite impressive to see from atop other temples. The colors of the temples are just spectacular.

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Wehl, Netherlands
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45 attraction reviews
37 helpful votes 37 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 25, 2014

This temple is also one of the largest in Bagan and has a similar architectural design as That Byin Nyu and Gaw Daw Palin. The temple lies between Old Bagan and Nyaung U and at temperatures around 40 C, we think biking from Old Bagan is a bit too much and took a taxi instead. From the top of a... More 

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