This temple almost acts like a roundabout, conjoins with five little dirt roads, and is located right near the center of the town. The interior is highly decorated in lots of burgundy and gold paint and has neat ornate Buddhist paintings on the walls. Also, it can be noted that the main Buddha image inside is a supposed to be a replica of the Maha Myat Muni Buddha in Mandalay. In the mornings, traditional music was played from the temples' speakers that were mounted on the roof! Very cool to hear each day that I was there!
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