The most complete preservation of the Pas Mountain Temple is the three pagodas in the middle. It is also the most visited place in the whole temple. These three pagodas are actually the ashes, which contain the king of Bao Ruo Ma Rocana. The widows of his two sons are actually the First, Second, and Third Worlds of the Ayutthaya Dynasty. The three pagodas are also very majestic now. At that time, they must be very eye-catching. The temple was damaged by the Burmese army. It is said that there was also a statue of pure gold dressed in the army. The part of the gold in the Yangon Shwedagon Pagoda is now from here. The gray-white appearance is the vicissitudes of the flowing water, the change of time, they are witnesses standing in the wind. From a distance, the three stupas are arranged side by side. This is the history of the rise and fall of the Ayutthaya Dynasty.