The Manuha Temple was built by the king of the Bagan dynasty and is one of the most important temples in Bagan. As a imprisoned king, it is also possible to build a temple named after himself, which has to be said to be both surprising and curious. Manuha Temple is a small temple, but the incense is very prosperous. There are three large Buddha statues, one reclining Buddha, two sitting Buddhas, and huge Buddha statues. People need to look up, especially the one. The reclining Buddha almost fills the entire space, so that your passage in the brick wall can only pass sideways. That kind of huge squeaky feeling is easy to think of a depressed mood in the heart of the prince who built the tower. And such congestion is presumably because the funds were insufficient when the temple was built, and this very "grievance" temple was built. This seemingly modern temple has a history of nearly a thousand years. Due to the roadside, there are a lot of people here. Domestic tourists and tourists from other places like to go in and out, especially some locals. The children, who love to play in it, those little energetic figures add vitality to the ancient temples and drive away the boring.
Manuha Paya was built by the princes who were taken hostage by the Bagan dynasty. It is one of the most important temples in Bagan. The most memorable ones are three huge Buddha statues (one reclining Buddha, two Sitting Buddha, especially the Reclining Buddha.
This huge reclining Buddha has a very unique personality. There is no place for the Buddha in the brick wall except for a reclining Buddha. The tourists can only walk sideways. A huge sense of rush is on the way, so people can imagine the repair tower. The prince is a depressed mood.
And the smile of the corner of the Buddha's mouth seems to be the freedom that the prince wants. If you follow the towers to trace the past, you can see the back of a dynasty, and what kind of iron horses and swords are behind the towers.