Everyone loves ancient ruins. I find that we are drawn to find out about the past and to explore how people lived centuries ago, we already felt as if we had stepped back in time, but to enter the grounds of Bagan, we definitely felt that nothing had changed here for centuries.
Built between 1000 and 1300 AD, Bagan has to be one of the least visited temple complexes in South East Asia.
For Centuries, the Burmese people had lived within the grounds of Bagan, but unfortunately as with everything in Burma, the military started clearing them out in 1990.
Located on the banks of the Ayeyarwaddy River, it is a sight to behold.
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