Tibet a Buddhist holy place. No commercial traces and well worth learning to visit. Tickets include explanations. A short bus ride to the front of the temple. Guided tour by a narrator. Just in time for a young man to explain, very detailed and practical. Included taboo items repeatedly emphasized. Repeatedly stressed,Either tourists stroll to go,Or to in-depth understanding,Regular tour.Later he chat,Originally is a Buddhist college students,Every day two explanations,Also count as a course.Just difficult to meet the people who understand Buddhism and Buddhism,Still mostly tourists. Can feel a trace of his disappointment. Maybe a few years of practice, this trace of discomfort will be repaired with the chanting years, with the wind and no trace. Don't give up any steps because of asthma! I am a poor body from childhood, the respiratory system is not perfect, the heart bears the ability poor. Personal experience, slowly walk, not tired also rest. Every few sections of the stop to rest, see people see the scenery. Overall will not be uncomfortable. In addition to the main hall all walks, also went to the far west of the Zayakang ginseng and other places. In this sense there is every floor different, to insist on going up!
From Shangri-La to Baima Snow Mountain, more than 120 kilometers, through Dongzhulin Temple, on a gentle slope of a cliff. This temple was built in the Qing Dynasty Kangxi six years, the original name "Chongchong Cuogang Temple", meaning Xianzhu Lake Temple. The temple was built in the early stage with only 16 priests, and after that, it was merged with 7 Koji Ji Temple and changed its name to 'peony Higashi bamboo forest', and it was a temple of niri (rikishiri) which was built.
The Gadandong Zhulin Temple is located in the extension of the Jinsha River Valley in the Baimang Snow Mountain Nature Reserve, at an altitude of 3,000 meters, 105 kilometers away from Zhongdian County, along the Dian-Tibet Highway, and is located at the Gadandong Zhulin Temple, one of the thirteen major monasteries in Tibet. "East Bamboo Forest" is a Tibetan language, meaning "to achieve two benefits (benefit to others)", and "lin" means "temple". Gadandong Zhulin Temple is about 105 kilometers away from Zhongdian City, the resident of Diqing Prefecture, with an altitude of 3,000 meters. The temple was built in the sixth year of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (AD 1667), and was originally named "Chongchong Cuogang Temple", which means the temple on the shore of the Crane Lake.
Dongzhulin Temple is located in Benzilan Township, Deqin County, Yunnan Province, formerly known as "Chongchongcuogang Temple", later renamed Dongzhulin Temple, built in the early Qing Dynasty in 1667, is the key protection units in Yunnan Province, the earliest source of Tibetan Buddhism in Western Hunan Province, due to its long history and numerous treasures. The temple has more than 300 monks and 4 monks. It is one of the 13 Lin Da Temple in Kang District. The temple is similar to the Guihua Temple, and it also has a monk organization like Kangshen, called Antsui. Under the Daji Temple of Dongzhulin, seven Anttori are established: Dajiao Anttori, Directly Supporting Anttori, Shusong Anttori, Juba Long Anttori, Rongma Anttori, Zetong Anttori, Lapu Anttori
Gadandong Zhulin Temple is located on the east slope of Nanyongganding, Shusong Village, Benzilan Township, Deqin County. It is about 105km away from Zhongdian County and 23km away from Benzilan, the township resident. The Yunnan-Tibet Highway passes through the mountainside behind the temple. , The car can go directly to the temple, and there is no snow obstruction in all seasons. The temple is located in the leeward recess of the Baimanxue Mountain, the extension of the Jinsha River Valley, with an altitude of 3,000 meters. The climate is mountain monsoon, and it has the characteristic of "no cold in winter and no heat in summer".
Preston_Dominguez: Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Deqin County, Kadandong Bamboo Forest Temple (East 214 National Highway)