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Majority of the buildings were recent add ons or renovated. The layout of the monastery is the same as all the other Tibetan Buddha monasteries. Once you have seen one, you have seen them all. It is just a matter of size. Go if one...More
Tibetan Buddhist temple built in Chinese style . Temple built by Altai Khan , who were friendly with both Han Chinese and Muslims , feels he is pioneering embodiment of racial harmony in multi cultural ancient Mongolia. Other temples in Hohhot within walking distance from...More
To give you a different taste of Inner Mogolia, not only the desert and grassland, this is a place to understand more of Buddist Culture, recommended for a day trip.
Do remember to tour around the different "streets" near to this temple
Am not a Buddhist, so did not follow the entire tourage of the place. It is good for people who want to learn more about the Buddhist culture and how the Buddhism influence spreads.
Many statues of Buddhas and colourful wall decor and sculptures. Can...More
Around Dazhao temple there are several other temples to take in as well, all beautiful in thir own way. Dazhao is the biggest and requires a ticket while the others are free. It is a gorgeous temple, not the best, but worth taking in.
This is one of the most beautiful Buddhist temples in China, well preserved, with some rare statutues and a living monastery with monks still chanting. You might catch a prayer if you are lucky as we were. There are some magnificent statues, including the ten...More