The Manuha temple was built in 1067 by the King Manuha of a Mon Kingdom, and the named from the King’s name. According to the history records, Manuha built it after spend a decade in captivity in Bagan. The Manuha temple is one of the oldest temples in Bagan.
In front of you, the Manuha temple is in rectangular-shape building with white washed. The top is much smaller than the lower. You can see there are four large gold painted images of the Buddha enshrined in the temple, each image stays in a separate room. They are too large that there is almost not enough space to accommodate the images. The back of the building enshrines a 90-foot golden reclining Buddha with a calm facial expression.
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