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It helps to visit with a regular you can tell you about the temple and associated rituals. There is much to enjoy and reflect on as you disconnect from the bustle of the city. The buddhas representing past, present and future are powerful figures and...More
You can reach the temple thru subway. Or they have parking lot right at the front entrance. The government is clearing the shops outside the temple, the construction make the driving very difficult.
Admission is ¥25, old age/student discount is ¥12. The burning incense is...More
What I really like about this place is the respect that everyone shared while in this space. There is certainly a religious air about the place including key spots for burning incense. The architecture, design and sculptures throughout were gorgeous, and I think this is...More
We visited Lama Temple with children and between the history and culture as well as the many buildings and incense burning for prayers, we had amazing time. It is more than we expected and would definitely recommend to visits to Beijing.
Take your time and...More
This was the residence of 胤禛 before he became Yongzheng Emperor ( 雍正 ) & that is why you see the golden roof tiles of an imperial residence. Therefore walking the halls of the Temple makes you feel part of history, and strolling past all...More
My travel book advised me if I only had time to visit one temple while in Beijing, that this should be the temple I visit. Fortunately, I had more time and visited about 3 other temples; but, as advised I found that Lama Temple was...More