The monks are very kind and friendly! The place itself is very beautiful peaceful. The architecture and decorations are amazing! You can get a lot of information about the Tibetan Buddhism religion fr...
Maybe not as impresive as Llhasa, but still a very nice complex with different monasteries which have been built over the years. Some of the just new. It´s a must see in Shangri-La. Over 600 monks liv...
Really enjoyed our visit to the monastery which took about 3-4 hours including transport. If staying in old town, catch public bus number 3 to the second last stop which is the ticket office. It is lo...
The Dandan Songzanlin Temple is the largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Yunnan Province. It is also one of the famous great monasteries in the Kang District. It is also the Huangjiao Center in the Sichuan-Yunnan region. It has a pivotal position in the entire Tibetan area and is known as small. Potala Palace." The temple is built on the mountain and looks like an old castle. It is a collection of Tibetan art and is also known as the Tibetan Art Museum.
It is recommended to stay at the nearby Songzan Linka Hotel, you can see the day and night dusk, you can also shoot the stars.
Today, I know that the Dandan Songzanlin Temple is the largest Tibetan Buddhist temple in Yunnan Province. It has a pivotal position in the entire Tibetan area. It is known as the Little Potala Palace. It is built on the mountain and looks like an ancient Fort, a collection of Tibetan plastic art, is also known as the "Tibetan Art Museum." There are many treasures in the
Songzanlin Temple. When you approach each store, there will be a solemn sense of solemnity. When you turn the Buddha statue, the monks around you recite the Buddhist scriptures and are with you. This is a kind of What a sacred baptism.
Ticket price 95.00 yuan
opening hours 07
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It is the largest Tibetan Buddhist temple in Yunnan Province, and one of the famous monasteries in Kang District. It is also the Huangjiao Center in the Sichuan-Yunnan region. It has a pivotal position in the entire Tibetan area. It is the Kuantan Songzanlin Temple. Songzanlin Temple was built on the mountain. Yuanwang is quite similar to the Potala Palace in Lhasa. Because of its large scale, it has the reputation of Little Potala Palace.
is like an old castle. It is a collection of Tibetan art and is also known as the Tibetan Art Museum. It must be said that the Songzanlin Temple is to see its architecture, and the temple architecture brings together the essence of Tibetan religious culture.
If you don't want to just look at the building, if you want to know more about the friends of Songzanlin Temple, you can consult the lecturer's explanation time at the entrance of Songzanlin Temple. There are regular free interpreters every day.
Standing on the heights of Songzanlin Temple overlooking the city of Shangri-La, standing on the clouds, the heart is refreshing. The tourists who came to the temple slowed down and whispered softly. In such an environment, they could not help but respect.
Sungtseling—or Ganden Sumtseling Monastery—is also known Guihuasi (Temple of Returning to Norms). It is a large Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Yunnan and is also one of the centers of the Gelug (Yellow) School of Buddhism. Built in 1679, the temple was given its name by the fifth Lama. Sungtseling is built into, around and on the mountainside. As it looks similar to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, it is sometimes affectionately called the Little Potala Palace. Because of the temple's many cultural and religious treasures as used in Tibetan Buddhism, this site is absolutely worth a visit.