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I took my grandparents here for a stroll when they visited. We enjoyed the peace and quiet of the place, not many people. The buildings were wll preserved and the area was clean. We recommend this temple for an hour activity
It's all very clean and updated. It is a peaceful ground with a lot to observe. I don't understand very much of it, so I can't say too much, but you get to see modern practitioners doing various customs and rites. Neat.
Beita is a working Buddhist temple with residential monks. I'm told it's the best preserved one of four in the city - this one is the northern one. Visitors are welcome and it's free. However, it's a religious site and not a tourist attraction. So,...More
Yes! This is my childhood memory, I was there since I was 5, remembering very vividly about the white pagoda in which we climbed up! Very beautiful, around this area, they have a north/south korean community in which they offer delicious korean food and restaurants...More
In essence a practicing and functional Buddhist centre of worship. Folks are open friendly and happy for you to wander. They are not too keen on pictures being taken.
You enter via gates through a series of courtyard sections with differing degrees of side attractions....More
We popped in after a visit to the 9 18 Museum. This is quite to most temples I've seen in Northern China. My daughter, who had just been to Nepal, said "this is like Nepal". It also reminded me of a Tibetan replica temple in...More