Just east of Pǔníng Temple, this temple is dilapidated and missing its main hall, but it has a plentiful contingent of merry gilded...
With its squeaking prayer wheels and devotional intonations of its monks, Chéngdé’s only active temple was built in 1755 in anticipation...
Closed for repairs at the time of writing, this is a copy of the Gurza Temple in Xīnjiāng. Only the main hall remains, which contains...
Right across the way from Lìzhèng Gate, this hotpot restaurant is excellent for post–Imperial Summer Resort ramblings. The two-flavour,...
Lonely Planet review
Unrestored and inaccessible, the temple’s rounded doorway is blocked up with stones and its grounds are seemingly employed by the local farming community. The temple is a couple of hundred metres southeast of Pǔníng Temple.