5) Boudhanath: Located within Kathmandu Nepal, Boudhanath boasts on of the largest stupas in the world. Kathmandu is the most prominent city within Buddhist Nepal and this temple is often visited regularly by the devout. The Boudhanath temple is best known for the Buddha eyes located on each side of the temple.
4) Mahabodhi Temple: Translated to mean the Great Enlightement, the Mahabodhi is a large Buddhist temple located in India. It is said that a portion of the temple holds a related tree to the original tree sat under by Siddhartha Gautama during his enlightenment. For this reason the Mahabodhi temple is thought to be one of the most sacred sites within the Buddhist religion. The current temple still stands from the 5th century.
3) Shwedagon Pagoda: Named the Golden Shrine, the Shwedagon Pagoda is the most sacred shrines in Burma. What makes this temple so striking is the 326 feet high main stupa which is entirely covered in gold.
2) Bagan: This sacred site is not simply known for just one temple, but its collection of many pagodas, stupas, and ancient ruins. At its peak it was a center for Buddhist teaching and scholarship.
1) Borobudur: Borobudur is the largest and most famous Buddhist temple in the entire world. It took almost a hundred years to completed during the 8th and 9th centuries After being abandoned in the 14th century it lay hidden underneath a great layer of volcanic ash for hundreds of years.