This was one of our favourite sights. Sure, there are only ruins left but you are allowed to walk all over them (well you're requested not to walk up the top where Buddha sat) and sit where monks would have sat hundreds of years ago. The museum is also quite interesting with lots of amazing finds from the site although no photos are allowed. The gardens are also well manicured and cared for.
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