Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery
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It's a touristic place, but I can imagine that it will be very peaceful without tourists inside.
The day before, famous cos of jumping cats, jump through the bamboo-rings even it is a fire-ring. Now, the cats do not jump, only a few are lying down. But still a nice monastery, a good collection of many ancient and different styles of Buddha statues.
Elaborate Buddhist monastery in Inle Lake
Nothing much other than a big temple.
Wooden pagoda with a quiet atmosphere and life of Buddha told in pictures, surrounded by water and tomato plantations on it.