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If you are into temples... I really suggest you to come here. Almost no tourists, just monks and believers. If outside is traffic, sounds, crazy sh*T going on, then inside the monastery you would be in totaly other world. So peaceful, calm, beautiful. I suggest...More
The Temple can be easily accessed by Metro Line 2, station is Baotong Temple. Entry is 10 RMB per person. Temple has a calm and peaceful environment. One can take a tour of the main temple. Most attractive are the temple and tower located above,...More
It's so nice, I went on Thursday and there were no much people only few, it's not too big and is so nice, maybe you will only spend less than 2 hours. But there are no others touristic places near there anyway you will enjoy...More
Not so crowded as the yellow crane tower, situated directly near a subway station. It is a real temple with real monks, not so much of a museum as others. You can spend some time there, relax, enjoy the quiet mood and climb up the...More
A very calm, relaxing plus adventurous place. You cannot say that this is such a big temple from the outside looks. A few levels of mountain containing different buildings with numerous Buddha statues, art and sculpture. Still existing thousand-year old pagoda is a great experience....More
When I first entered BaoTong Temple, it opened up into a wide courtyard. Mostly it was a parking lot. I found the area and the whole temple nice and quiet. There were several buildings one could go to; to pray to the Buddha. Including one...More