시솽반나 중포쓰(서쌍판납 총불사)는 시솽반나 불교의 중심지로, 매년 수많은 교도들이 예불을 드리기 위해 이곳을 찾습니다. 중포쓰는 장엄한 외관을 자랑하며, 건물 내부에는 아름답고 정교한 조각 기둥이 있습니다. 사찰에서 불교 세례를 받아 마음의 안정을 찾을 수도 있답니다. 중포쓰 내부에는 항상 꽃이 만개해있으며 나무가 무성해 결혼을 앞둔 커플들이 웨딩 촬영을 하러 이곳을 찾기도 합니다.
The Man Hearing Park of the General Buddhist Temple is connected and free of charge. We entered the General Buddhist Temple from Man Ting Park. Traffic can take Bus No. 3 in Jinghong to Man Ting Park. The main Buddhist temple is solemn and solemn. The magnificent buildings shine in the sunshine. With pious heart, we entered the hall. The hall is paved with thick wooden floors. It is clean and clear. When you enter the stage, you have to worship slippers. You should respect the rules of Buddhist temples. You should not make noise and destroy the decorations of temples. General Buddhist temple building is also relatively atmospheric, magnificent, every corner is different, beams and columns carved exquisite, let people linger in the production of exquisite buildings, candles will be dazed, there is a washing of the mind. The general Buddhist temple is quiet. If you have time, you can experience the baptism of Buddhism, quietly empty yourself, and listen to the voice of nature. The Dai language of the General Buddhist Temple, known as "Wabajie", is the pilgrimage center of Buddhists in Xishuangbanna. Before liberation, it was the holy place for the highest rulers and their chiefs to worship Buddha in Xishuangbanna, and it was also the highest Buddhist temple in the middle class of Xishuangbanna Buddhist Temple. The main buildings are the Vikhan Hall and the teaching building of Buddhist College. There are altars on the north wall of the courtyard building. There are several Buddhist statues on the wall. Half of them are painted with "Buddhist Bible" and SEVEN-ARM Buddhas on the East wall.
Xishuangbanna General Buddhist Temple, located in Baji Road, Jinghong City, Xishuangbanna, is separated from the former Dai King's Royal Garden, which is now the Manyi Royal Garden. The Dai language is "Waba Ji" (also translated as Waba Jie). The meaning of "Wa Ba Ji" is monastery, "Da" is forest, and "Ji" is the abbreviation of Jie Da Lin to Lonely Garden, which Buddha once lived in 25 rains. Therefore, "Wa Ba Ji" means a beautiful and quiet forest track like Jie Da Lin to Lonely Garden. According to legend, the General Buddhist Temple in Xishuangbanna was built by two monks from Myanmar in 615 AD. It has a history of more than 1400 years. It is the earliest Southern Buddhist temple in Xishuangbanna. The General Buddhist Temple in Xishuangbanna was established as a royal monastery by the Dai Dynasty in Xishuangbanna about 700 years ago. It has become the highest-ranking Buddhist temple in Xishuangbanna. Because of its long history and the emergence of many high-ranking monks, it enjoys a high status among the Buddhist believers in the Upper Seats of Southeast Asia. It is a holy place revered in the hearts of Southern Buddhists. The General Buddhist Temple in Xishuangbanna has gone through many vicissitudes and has been damaged and restored many times in history. During the Cultural Revolution, Waba Ji was completely destroyed. In 1989, Waba Ji was rebuilt at its original site. When Zhao Puchu, then president of the Buddhist Association of China, came to inspect the restoration of Nanchuan Buddhism, he happily wrote the inscription for Waba Ji and the plaque of the General Buddhist Temple in Xishuangbanna. In 1998, the Royal Thai Kingdom celebrated the 72-year-old birthday of His Majesty King Bhumibol-Adulder. A Buddhist Hall was built at the General Buddhist Temple in Xishuangbanna. In 2009, the project was redesigned to the existing scale, and it was still free to visit because it was not completed. On June 30, 1993, when Princess Shilintong of the Kingdom of Thailand visited the General Buddhist Temple of Xishuangbanna on March 4, 1995, he planted a Bodhi tree. On November 14, 2007, the elder of Kaishan Zong of Foguang Mountain in Taiwan, the elder of Xingyun, visited the General Buddhist Temple of Xishuangbanna and planted a Bodhi tree. 。 The Bamboo-Woven Buddha worshipped on the first floor of the General Buddhist Temple in Xishuangbanna was woven by the Burmese monk Du Bowenxiang in 2015, which reflects the worship of Buddha by the people of Southeast Asian countries and the friendship between the two peoples. There is also a beautiful legend about bamboo buddhism: it is said that Buddhism spread to Xishuangbanna, and is deeply respected by the local people. People use a variety of materials to shape Buddha statues, but slowly people find that there are no Bamboo-Woven Buddha statues, and the local most abundant bamboo, although the preparation of Buddha statues with bamboo is too difficult, but there are still many craftsmen and believers to try. Finally, a very skilled craftsman almost knitted the Buddha's whole body with bamboo, but in the last link, the head did not make progress, because it was difficult to weave out the Buddha's peaceful face with bamboo. When people were ready to give up, an old man came. Overnight, he made the head of the bamboo Buddha vividly, but the old man disappeared. It turned out that God came down to help the Dai people who believed in Buddhism and Dharma fulfill this beautiful wish. Therefore, bamboo Buddhist statues have become one of the unique Buddhist cultural traditions in Southeast Asia.
1. The General Buddhist Temple is free (the Great Buddhist Temple is charged). I think it gives a better impression than the Great Buddhist Temple. It is a place worth visiting for local people to worship Buddha. Man listens to the park tickets to keep good, from the General Buddhist Temple back to Man listen to the park tickets to check. 2. The sign of the General Buddhist Temple in Man Ying Park is not very good. From Man Yin Park, you can get to the General Buddhist Temple directly without the gate of the ticket gate. If you can't find the way, follow the navigation. You can walk more than 1 kilometer from the parking lot of Mandian Park. You can also walk around the main road to the General Buddhist Temple, which is not very far. Or drive directly, there is a parking lot on the other side of the General Buddhist Temple. 3. The temple is not big, but it is exquisite. Whether Tibetan Buddhism or Southern Buddhism, the temple is always sacred. Every time you step into the temple, you will feel calm in your heart, which is not related to belief. Dare to face yourself calmly and tell the Buddha all the happy and unhappy things quietly. He will keep secret for you forever.
Man listens to the general Buddhist Temple beside the park, you can see it from Man listens to the park walking. Golden temples are eye-catching, Dai style temples, the overall style is like the Grand Palace in Bangkok, the building is very beautiful. This is the center of pilgrimage for Buddhists in Xishuangbanna. There are halls and teaching buildings of Buddhist College. Every building is magnificent and magnificent. Flowers and plants are blooming in the temple. Trees are flourishing. There are lush flowers and lush trees. New people are also seen taking wedding photos here.
The temple is not big, but the scenery is good. It is close to Man Yin Park, and there is no charge. If you want to go to Man Yin Park, the ticket for the latest Spring Festival is 43 yuan. There are also various performances in it. If you are interested, you can go to see them and take pictures.
The General Buddhist Temple, just at the back door of Manyin Park, can also visit Manyin Park after visiting it from the General Buddhist Temple. General Buddhist temple does not need tickets, attractions are not large, are all kinds of temples, unfortunately, there is no commentator, do not understand, I hope the next visit can have a guide to introduce, you can learn more about Xishuangbanna's exotic customs.
The General Buddhist Temple is the center of Buddhist worship in Xishuangbanna. It has a small area, brilliant buildings, magnificent momentum and strong exotic customs. It is worth visiting and recommending five stars. Xishuangbanna General Buddhist Temple is located on the west side of Mangan Park. On the north side of the monastery, there is a small gate connected with Mangan Park. It passes through the small gate, namely, the White Tower of Mangan Park. The General Buddhist Temple is open free of charge. [Reminds] Visitors from Man-Ting Park can enter the General Buddhist Temple free of charge. If they need to return to Man-Ting Park, they must keep the Man-Ting Park tickets. There are ticket inspectors at the small entrance.
Free access, no need to buy tickets to Man Hearing Park, from the back door. Very beautiful, many halls. It was only renovated when we went, which affected the visit and had a heavy paint smell. But it's worth recommending!
When we went to Man Ying Park, we went to the General Buddhist Temple by the way. It seems that there is no ticket to the General Buddhist Temple. If there is no ticket, it is worth seeing. The building is very beautiful, because it is a royal temple, which is more gorgeous than the local temple.
First of all, it's free. The buildings are brilliant and the vegetation is very good. It can let you find the shade in the heat. Buildings that is not said, everywhere brilliant, exotic style, who can see that Thai style. If you haven't seen it, you'll definitely be in the spotlight! __________