Tickets cost 50 baht, and one person is also included in the historical park joint ticket. There is a large hall with a floor, and you need to take off your shoes to get in. There is a long corridor outside. You can vaguely see the ravages of war.
[Mahayong Temple] Originally, Mahayong Temple was not in our tour plan, but because of the purchase of a joint ticket, Mahayong Temple is one of the points and a relatively unpopular temple. It is a bit away from the central area, about the past It takes more than 20 minutes, which is considered to be a suburban temple. For this reason, we cancelled another temple and changed it to Maha Yong. Unexpectedly, Maha Yong was my favorite temple on this trip. [Surrounding facilities] When you drive over, you will pass through a farmland. The first thing you see is the back garden. I also looked for the entrance for a few minutes. It turned out to be from the road next to the back garden. The entrance is relatively narrow and has a low passage. The ticket office is opposite the entrance, and you can park your car next to it. The ticket seems to be 50 baht, which is not very expensive. It should be noted that it will be closed early in the afternoon and you cannot enter at 4:30. [Quiet Mahayon] The entrance of Mahayon is very suitable for taking pictures. The long passage is not far away from the main hall of the temple. Generally, there are no more than 10 tourists here, but the temple is very large, so there are basically no The situation of queuing to take photos can be in various concave shapes, and the temple system is no smaller than other temples. The main hall in the middle can be entered. You have to take off your shoes and there is no roof, but there is a kind of magical beauty. There are many open-air doorways, and there are many pagodas on both sides. The main pagoda is on the central axis and passes through the temple, but the upper part has collapsed. The top of the tower fell to the ground and the ground was dented. You can turn around the pagoda. Behind the pagoda is the back garden. There is another doorway, but there are weeds in the middle, and it’s not open here. After shopping, I returned to the inn, and then it rained heavily in Thailand.
The entrance to Maha Yung Temple is very narrow, and a ticket of 50 baht per person is required here. The main cultural relic of Mahayong Temple is a stupa whose base is supported by a group of stucco elephants. Hundreds of years of war and looting by the Burmese army have turned this place into ruins. The outline of the temple can only be judged by the remaining cornerstones on the ground. The ruins left over to this day seem to tell stories from a long time ago.
This temple is only a ruin now, because it has been ravaged by the war, although it retains the wind and frost of the time, it cannot withstand the erosion of the years.
The Dazuo of Dacheng and the temple complex are very close to you. Then their fare is 50B. It is said that there are Thai costumes rented at the entrance of the scenic spot. You can wear local Thai costumes to visit these civilized monuments. We did not catch up at that time and it is good now.
There are many stone carvings in Maha Yong Temple, which are quite exquisite and beautiful. Tickets are needed, but they are still worth seeing.