Imperial Palace of Manchu State (Puppet Emperor’s Palace)
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Lonely Planet review
One of the largest Buddhist temples in the northeast, Bānruò is a lively place of worship for locals and pilgrims alike. After touring the inner grounds, wander the back alleys to observe the merchants peddling all manner of charms, statues, shrines and incense to the faithful.
To get here take bus 281 or 256 from the train-station area bus station. You can also walk in about 30 minutes, passing by the attractive grounds of Shengli Park on the way.