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Ramoche Monastery (Xiao Zhao Si)

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North of Jokhang Temple, Chengguan District, Lhasa 850000, China
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

our few cuople of Tibet trip plan is includ visit few holy place as Potala and jokhang temple ,also we are must visit the Ramochen temple ,this is more magic and myterious for our mind .

Thank tibetanstravel
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

Beautiful temple- statue of Shakyamoni buddha: my son had his thanghka blessed by one of the monks in this monastery- beautiful paintings and statues- near Jokhang, 10 min walk - 7 th c old building- se yr as Jokhang

Thank BostonBostonGirl
Reviewed 27 July 2018

This visit was great. Very few tourists make it to Monastry/Temple nbr 3 (1 being Potala and 2 being Jokhang. So it wasn't packed. It is also a smaller monastery.so the vsiit is more personal. And you get to see the 8 year Buddah statue....More

Thank PietroDallavia
Reviewed 17 June 2018

Original place and newly decorated with fine wall paintings. Staying in the atmosphere of one of the most ancient Buddha statues is an incredible experience. Beautiful view from the rooftop

Thank ch-trekking
Reviewed 4 January 2018

This temple is built by Wen Cheng Princess which was a Chinese Princes married to the then Tibet King Songtsen Gampo. Not a big temple and can be completed in half an hour.

Thank Wong S
Reviewed 10 December 2017

Many don't visit this temple but I recommend that if you have time, do it. This is the sister temple of Jokhang temple, if you know the story behind it. I feel visiting Jokhang without visiting this one is incomplete. You must do both to...More

Thank Geminican
Reviewed 17 November 2017

You will have the opportunity to see the monks in full action praying and worshiping while singing ancient mantras - po photos allowed

Thank Luis G
Reviewed 12 June 2017

This monastery gives the visitors the knowledge of ancient architecture and the history Buddhism in Tibet.

Thank sonamdhondup
Reviewed 12 June 2017

If you've seen Jokhang then no need to visit this one. Photos are not allowed inside. Small monastery.

Thank Ripwalk
Reviewed 13 February 2017

It´s an amazing place to visit. You can see the moncs murmuring their phrases and praying and students learning a branch of the buddhism. Inside the monastery you can find a Little statue of the 12 year old Sakyamuni, which the nepalese princess brought during...More

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