This peaceful temple was built in 1776 for the visits of minority envoys from the west (Kazakhs and Uighurs among them). At the rear of...
Built in 1713, this temple was destroyed in the 1920s. Only some ruins and old trees remain.
This wonderfully elegant 250-year-old pagoda soars above the fragments of its vanished temple in the northeast of the imperial summer...
Pule Lu; 普乐路 · interesting places nearby
Ānyuǎn Temple information
A copy of the former Gurza Temple on Xīnjiāng's western border, this rarely visited complex dates back to 1764, built to commemorate the Qianlong emperor's annexation of the region around Tiān Shān. Only the three-storey main hall remains, which contains 200-year-old murals (being restored at the time of research) and a large, dust-covered statue of Green Tara. Entrance includes admission to the Pǔlè Temple and Hammer Rock (磬锤峰; Qìngchuí Fēng).
Take bus 10 (¥1) from the Mountain Villa Hotel .