This monastery gives the visitors the knowledge of ancient architecture and the history Buddhism in Tibet.
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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
An ancient monastery. Must visit when in Lhasa. It is very popular with locals and tourists alike. A visit will give immense mental peace and comfort.
After all so popular and crowded places in Lhasa, this is a gem in the old town. The golden roofs are splendid and the view to the Potala Palace. But most of all, you'll see monks murmuring their phrases and you may even sit quietly...More
Not too special from the outside and the same same inside. I'd rate it as must see only after the Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple.
You may see the followers do their praying in front of the plaza. Great scenery when you climb up to top of the building. Worth for a visit.
It's a must when you visit Lhasa. If your guide does not include a visit to the Ramoche temple, ask your guide. If he has time, he will take you there for sure. And ask him about the Buddha statues offered by the princesses who...More
Not a big temple, but have important historical and religion meaning. A interpreter is essential to help with the understanding and appreciation of this place