Source of Law Temple is both a religious site and a school for monks. Built somewhere in the 7th Century, this temple has a ... More
Source of Law Temple
Source of Law Temple is both a religious site and a school for monks. Built somewhere in the 7th Century, this temple has a lot of Zen paraphernalia adorning the premises. Visitors will find intriguing statues belonging to Ming and Zing period. Among these, the unique grouping of copper-cast Buddhas seated on a 1000 petal lotus is especially striking. One finds both the elderly and young practitioners either praying and chanting mantras in the main hall area or engaged in a sport in the courtyard.
The Classic Courtyard Ideally located in Hutong area in Beijing's city centre, The Classic Courtyard is a 5 minutes walk
from line 2 and line 5 Yonghegong Lama Temple subway station. It offers clean and comfortable accommodation with convenient ...
The Mountain Resort (the Qing dynasty's summer palace), in Hebei Province, was built between 1703 and 1792. It is a
vast complex of palaces and administrative and ceremonial buildings. Temples of various architectural styles and imperial gardens blend harmoniously ...
The Chinese Ethnic Culture Park in downtown Beijing includes 55 village gardens characterized by the folk styles of 55 Chinese
ethnic groups. A variety of performances, held nearly every day, take place in the gardens. A compelling summer event ...