White Dagoba Temple, Baiha si, Maoying Temple in Beijing


White Dagoba Temple

White Dagoba Temple

Rating5 star #33of 27 attractions in Beijing

Tickets RMB 20

Tour Time 1/2 hours

Features White Dagoba Temple, to motivated by a desire to experience authentic, historic and cultural resources of Tibetan Buddhist artefacts and art

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The White Dagoba Temple which is officially known as Temple of Resourceful Response(妙应寺Miaoying Si) was first built in 1096 and then restored by a Nepalese architect in 1271 and again during the Ming Dynasty houses the largest Tibetan-style Buddhist Dagoba of the Yuan Dynasty in Beijing.

There are only two dagobas in Beijing, one which is located in Beihai Park and the other in this temple. The temple has undergone destructions by fire and subsequent reconstruction several times; but its now manifestly present collection of Tibetan Buddhist artefacts and art, under the protection of the Chinese State Department.

Location: No.171 Fuchengmennei Street, Xicheng District, Beijing

How to get there?

Bus: Take bus no.7, 13, 42, 101, 102, 103, 202, 211, 409, 603, 604, 612, 685, 814, 823 or 846 and get off at Baita Si (White Dagoba Temple) Station.

Subway Line 2: get off at Fuchengmen Station and walk east.

Subway Line 4: get off at Xisi Station and walk west.

Tips:

Free on Wednesdays; with the Museum Pass you can get two free admissions.

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