With its squeaking prayer wheels and devotional intonations of its monks, this is Chéngdé’s only active temple. It was built in 1755 in...
Unrestored and inaccessible, Guǎngyuán Temple’s rounded doorway is blocked up with stones and its grounds are seemingly employed by the...
Temple of Sumeru, Happiness & Longevity
This huge temple was built in honour of the sixth Panchen Lama, who stayed here in 1781. Incorporating Tibetan and Chinese architectural...
Pǔyòu Temple information
Housed within the grounds of Pǔníng Temple , on the east side, is this dilapidated temple. Though its main hall is long gone, it has a number of gilded luóhàn along the side wings (although a 1964 fire destroyed many of them). Entry is covered by the ticket for Pǔníng Temple.