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Mr.Lee is quite familiar with every destination in northwest China. You can take your schedule to discuss with him. Mr. Lee will give you some useful information. You should contact with Mr.Lee in advance. The price includes tolls, petrol etc....More
It was the first stop of our Silk Road tour, and we came away impressed by this beautiful hundred years old Buddhist temple. We learned about Tibetan culture as well.
This place is definitely popular tourist destination.
P.S. Restrooms are clean and well maintained.
Covering a huge area, the monastery is an example of Tibetan Buddhist temple. It'll take a whole day of walking to see everything. Especially unique is the way they bow in praying whereby the whole body goes down onto the ground repeating it every few...More
We flew from Beijing to Xining in the morning and checked in our hotel by lunch time. We caught a taxi to Ta'er Monastery and got there in early afternoon. Ta'er Monastery is huge and situated on a slope. Three hours in the afternoon seemed...More
My first visit here. I came with my local friend, we didn't get local bus, as it would take a hour to get here. we joined the rickshaw, 4 people in a car, so that each of us spent 15 RMB, we tried to save...More
We were very impressed by the monastery. Our tour guide was very professional, friendly and funny. we truly enjoyed the tour. i have very little exposure to the Tibetan cultures, so, this experience is very interesting to me. i wished the tour guide next to...More
The place is not too far away from Xining downtown , if you are in a road trip , it’s about 25 minuets drive from city to monastery temple , if not , also you can take a bus from Xinning ( if nothing wrong...More
We came here as a last stop after 2 days trip to Qianghai Lake and Chaka salt lake. I had only seen a few photos and read a little about it but I was not sure what to expect. For me I have travels and...More
This is one of the 'must see' places near Xining. One can see some remaining traditions of Tibetan Buddhism. From the parking area, you have to take escalators to reach the commercial area. From there, you need to take a shuttle bus to the temple....More