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Htilominlo Pahto, Bagan

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Marking a spot where its founder was chosen to be the successor of the Pagan dynasty throne, Htilominlo Pahto attracts visitors with its lavish stucco decoration. King Htilominlo--who was more interested in practicing Buddhism and studies than in leading the country--built this 46 m (150 ft) tall red-brick temple at the beginning of the 13th century. Notice the elaborate exterior carvings that depict mythological female monsters and hybrid creatures. The interior retains some faded frescos and four gilded statues of the Buddha. The temple is surrounded by souvenir stalls. Plan to visit Htilominlo Pahto during your Bagan vacation using our convenient Bagan family vacation planner.
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  • The Pagoda does not look so impressive from outside, but the statues inside are fantastic. All made of gold, they make for splending photography.. I bought a painting on cloth, dried with sand from th...  read more »
  • Of course you visit the bigger pagodas when you are in Bagan but most of the time the smaller pagodas are even better. This is a good example. It is not so big but well preserved. We were lucky there ...  read more »
  • In his left hand on the way to the road from nyoungoo. Is also heavily crowded with many people. Also located away from the main lookout platform, overlooking the ruins of the main building and the neighbouring.
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  • Built with red brick
  • They don't compare to a real knockout. By the way, here's my ... Bat poop ...
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  • 1121, was erected. Feel the history in Tinseltown, not temple
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