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Address: Fucheng Men Nei Dajie 171, Xicheng District | Inside Beihai Park, Beijing 100034, China
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At 167 feet tall, this temple is the largest Tibetan dagoba (also called...

At 167 feet tall, this temple is the largest Tibetan dagoba (also called pagoda) in China, and displays artifacts unearthed from the site in a 1976 earthquake.

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Not to be confused with Beihai Baita

This temple is actually located in Fuchengmen inner avenue, Xicheng District. Many reviews here on TA are related to the White Pagoda on the top of the Jade Flower Island so many... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2014
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Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

It is a solid 2 1/2 hour drive out to Chang mai so we were hoping this trip would be well worth the investment of time. We were not disappointed. Not only does Chiang Rai offer so much more than this beautiful temple, the temple itself blew us away, when visiting it in person. So much more impressive even than... More 

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Singapore, Singapore
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
Reviewed 28 September 2016

A live-in temple for those monks. Information easily accessible to explain the taoism culture, practice, main even throughout the year. A wheel chair friendly place.

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Deoghar, India
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Reviewed 25 May 2016

The views from this place is not that great. The temple though is nice and looks better after restoration work.

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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 15 March 2016 via mobile

Not the most interesting temple to visit for sure I'm Beijing. But actually has some charm in the fact that it hasn't gone through extensive restorations like many other temples. Guardians still bare axe marks from the cultural revelation. The other awesome thing is that on sties day at 2pm we are almost the only people here. On the negative... More 

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Ottawa, Canada
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Reviewed 4 September 2014 via mobile

- The views are not that great and are fairly obstructed. The views at jingshan park near forbidden city exit. - To get to the very top there is one building where you enter and must walk inside but around the back of the statues. It's not well marked. - the setting is nice but the walk around lake is... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 21 helpful votes
Reviewed 14 February 2014

This temple is actually located in Fuchengmen inner avenue, Xicheng District. Many reviews here on TA are related to the White Pagoda on the top of the Jade Flower Island so many readers could get misinformed. This temple is very small in size and you should consider to spend there just half an hour or so. It has been built... More 

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Reviewed 8 October 2013 via mobile

Its closed for a refurb, the guard said it will be open again sometime in 2014, check it is open before you go!.............

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Daly City, California, United States
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Reviewed 9 September 2013

If you go at the very top of this white pagoda/stupa and look down to the south you'll see the forbidden city and will have a great opportunity to take a picture. It cost another 15 rmb to get to the top though and besides seeing some buddhist carvings into the temple of the white Dagoba there's nothing else that's... More 

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Reviewed 24 March 2013

This is one of the temples you have the chance to be alone, with your thoughts, to meditate a little bit, or just to take some pictures without worrying about other tourists. I was quite alone there and it was a great feeling The big white stupa was being restored at that time. After, spend some time on the closer... More 

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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 22 September 2012

The big draw is the stupa, which is unusual in Beijing, but I think the little museum/gallery running down the side provides some interesting insights into the place. It benefits from having reasonable English legends and a variety of artefacts and models, a little different than many other temples. Of course, there are the usual temple buildings themselves replete with... More 

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