Dahmmayan Gyi Phaya, Bagan
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Address: Dhammayangyi Temple, Bagan, Myanmar
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
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About Dahmmayan Gyi Phaya, Bagan
The Dhammayangyi Temple in Bagan, Myanmar is largest of all temples in the Burmese capital and it is totally worth the hype. Built during the reign of King Narathu, this one is the widest temple in Bagan and is also a popular tourist destination. The temple has Buddha statues with the faces made up of gold. Even though you can’t enter the interiors of the temple, but still you can wander through the corridors and click stunning pictures.
Dahmmayan Gyi Phaya Information
- Remove your footwear before visiting the temple.
- Respect the local culture and customs.
How To reach Dahmmayan Gyi Phaya by Public Transport
- Hired taxis or cars.
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Dahmmayan Gyi Phaya, Bagan Reviews
Tomb Raider style – Largest temple in Bagan, or so I've heard. It was truly very big and well worth exploring. I did not manage to find any secret passages that some people mentioned of though, but I didn't try that hard.
Dhammayan Gyi Temple, build during the 12th century, believed to be the largest temple in Bagan. Inside the temple can see very little wall paintings remains. some I find its like not the old paintings. But it's really big and like a maze.. one can get lost inside. On the four side inside you will see Buddha statues. Behind the statues you find Avery big pillar with walkways around it. Then there is another walkways in front of the Buddha's.. and yet another one .. thus making this temple very big and like a maze... you can lost your directions walking inside this temple. This temple is worth going. You can visit this temple and Sulamani temple together.
Dhammayangyi can be seen from various directions, and it is significantly structured and laid with fine bricks. Its design resembles the Ananda pagoda, that is, a square shape, with porches casting out on all four directions.
One of many beautiful temples in Bagan. Midday, the ground can get hot so make sure to bring socks for when you have to take off your shoes.
made me small. must go place