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  1. Zhiyun Monastery,Lijiang

  2. Zhiyun Monastery,Lijiang

  3. Zhiyun Monastery,Lijiang

In the courtyard of this temple, there are five different kinds of big trees. These are the Cherry tree, Plum tree, Ginkgo tree, Mulberry tree and the Chinese Scholar tree. All of which are more than 200 years old. This monastry is unquie in design. It differs from the traditional Tibetan architecture as all the carvings and structural designs were taken from the Naxi, Han and Bai people. From this lamasery, all tourists can view the beautiful Lashi Lake which is just at the bottom of the temple.

Lijiang Zhiyun Monastery

Few people know Zhiyun Temple is the first lamasery temple among five main Tibetan Buddhism monasteries situating in Lijiang. As well as few commercial air blows into this lake side corner enclosed by pear trees and sacred relics. According to strong influence from Kamaba sect of Tibet in the past, majestic hall and indoor settings give you a surprise despite of peaceful surroundings decorated by multi-ethnic structure.

Lijiang Zhiyun Monastery

Adimssion: 10 yuan

How to get there: Take bus for Lashi Lake.

Admission Fee:¥0

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