I was very impressed by Zalang Temple. It is a scenic spot full of faith. The temple is more solemn and cannot be photographed. It is a very good spot. . .
I always yearn for this place, I didn't let me down after I went, everyone was very happy, I will go again next time. 15 kilometers from the county town of "Yuya" village, 'the northern part of the temple is called "Zhalang" mountain, the mountain is similar to a lion, so it is called Zhalang Temple.
When you go to Sarabong River, you can go to Zhalang Village.
This temple may not be suitable for tourists. After all, everyone’s time is limited. If it is not a major event, people who do not advocate Tibetan Buddhism will not go there. However, it is considered a big temple in Daocheng. The last time I met a grand ceremony held here, it was huge, with many living Buddhas and local Tibetan friends. The scenery along the way is beautiful
It’s so fun in the Lion Grove. It is the same as other gardens, with lotus, willow, bamboo forest, and it also has stone forest. The criss-crossing rockery is a maze, the exit looks very close, but I have not found the exit yet. Legend has it that an emperor lost his way in the rockery. It took two hours before he came out. Later, he asked the rescue team for help.
The temple was founded in the Song Dynasty by the apprentice of "Zhu Gong Qupu", "Qupi Wei Hot". It is the largest flower temple in Daocheng County. During the period of glory, there were more than a thousand monks from Xiangcheng, Litang, and Muli. Later, the officials and kings were disbanded in various villages. The temple is located above the Lion Rock. On all sides, there are a variety of flowers, plants and trees that are naturally born on the auspicious eight-treasure map and the statue of the deity, the "Dragon Cloth" and the western "Conch" mountain. It is a place where gods live and is also a good place for tourism.
Preston_Dominguez: Northwest of Panghe Township, Daocheng County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture
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