I've watched this temple grow from a solitary temple building in the 1980s to the massive temple complex it is today. Gives visitors a view of the Mahayana style of Buddhism popular in China, quite different from the Theravada Buddhism found in much of Southeast Asia. Depictions of deities and hellscapes would fascinate those unfamiliar with such themes. There's a vegetarian restaurant on premises
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