Very large temple filled with visitors/tourists/locals. Fascinatiung to wander around. Nice quiet setting.
This is really nice place! Also, I would reccomend to go there in the evening, when it's dark outside. Even though working monks told us, that we are here at bad time (it was getting dark), I think completely otherwise. Because when it gets dark, they have really beautiful lights on, so temple looks magical!
We were spoiled as it was Buddha's birthday and the Lotus Lantern Festival - the temple looked marvellous with all the lanterns hanging there and it's a beautiful site overlooking the water. All very peaceful and idyllic.
very nice paintings on the walls inside the temple. peaceful and quiet at the compound. there are 3 levels to the temple and you can actually walk up to look around all 3 of the levels. it also has a nice garden behind. you can drink from the water at the 2 "tanks" which is located one on each side... More
It was great to visit the temple while it was decorated with thousands of colorful lanterns to commerate the birthday of Budda. I don't know if the review would be as good if it was during the year. A lovely temple that was made awesome because to the lanterns.
Great temple to visit if you're interested in contemporary buddhism. I've been to temples all over Asia and this was the first one i stumbled across still in use by modern day buddhists. It was truly marvelous to see how they worship and use their worship space.
It was at the end of a residential alley, and its huge!. When i saw it, i never thought how big it was until we parked and look at it from the front. The temple is huge! Since they were preparing for the spring festival there were colorful paper lanterns all over. The golden buddas were amazing too! I really... More
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