Langmu temple aka little Lhasa, offers the closest cultural experience to Lhasa Tibet without having to actually visit Tibet itself.. it is popular because it is a meagre 200km or so drive from Lanzho...
I visited in the morning, it was cloudy, but still a fair number of people. 30 RMB fee, same price as the Sichuan Monastery on the other side of the river. The buildings are in good shape, obviously ...
This temple has clearly been renovated. However, it still feels really authentic & don't have to pay for every door you go through. I was lucky enough while here to stumble among young & a group of ol...
Not sure why it is labelled as a temple when it is a Tibetan monastery, a complex of buildings housing aspects of Tibetan religious beliefs! Located in the town of Langmusi where half of it belongs to...
It was already afternoon in the Langmu Temple. I saw the clouds in the sky and knew that there would be a good view. When I put my luggage down, I ran to the Langmu Temple. Our temple is very close, just cross a small bridge. Before buying the ticket, I stood at the door and took a picture. At this time, the aunt on the side of a residents worksite praised me beautifully and talked a little. Langmu Temple is made up of parts of Sichuan and Gansu. We are now in Gansu, and they are actually Sichuanese. They also tell us that the bridge that we just crossed is the dividing line between the two provinces. As for the small river It is one of the main sources of the Yellow River.
" But the river is very narrow, not much wider than my shoulder! "It's a funny aunt.
Langmu Temple Surrounded by mountains, the panorama is very beautiful.
The most distinctive feature here is the long prayer wheel. There is a deep mystery in the sunset. You can remember some in a circle or a few, or forget some
amazingly There is still a small forest here. There are several lamas in the woods who are arguing. I dare not walk in and watch them dance like a dance.
The woods are small, but the trees have a towering potential, especially in the sun. The edge of the woods can overlook the entire Langmu Temple. The town is going to darken. I climbed another hill and sent the cloud to the town.
Perhaps it is the reason for the off-season. The Langmu Temple is very few people. Occasionally, the monks and locals who passed by just smiled at me and took a very happy shot. When we went to the main hall to take pictures, there was still no one. I asked if I could be outside the monks on the side. Taking pictures, he said that he can shoot outside, just take it.
After a while, the uncle and the uncle have said, have you ever seen it in the main hall, you can't take pictures inside, but you can go in and see. When we said it, we opened the door to the main hall and let us in. The hall is a bit shady, and every object is quietly displayed, with a beauty of still life.
Langmusi Town-Oriental Little Switzerland
Langmusi Town is located at the junction of Gansu, Qinghai and Sichuan provinces. It is 3480 meters above sea level and 87km away from Luqu County. It is the only place in Lanzhou to Ganzi to Jiuzhaigou. Switzerland is called. Langmusi Town is named after the name of the place and the name of the temple. The full name is the Hecang Langmu, which means Tiger Cave Girl. The terrain of Langmusi Town is a canyon basin surrounded by mountains and strange peaks. The name of Dongshan is Halde Hejiawu, which means the gray tiger in the east. Nanshan is named "Luo Zhou Russian Wave", meaning the southern blue dragon. Xishan is called "Xia Qing Ma Ruo", meaning Red Dapeng. The name of Beishan is Ribo Sairuo, meaning the Millennium Golden Tortoise.
A Bailongjiang divides Langmusi Town into two, and on the other hand, Sichuan is Gansu. Jiangbei is the Saichang Temple belonging to Luqu County, Gansu Province, also known as An Da Cang Lang Mu Sai Chi Temple. Jiangnan is the Geerdi Temple belonging to Sichuan Zoige County, also known as An Da Cang Lang Mu Ge Di Temple . But faith has no boundaries. In the morning to dusk, it takes a lifetime...
Langmu Temple Resort is a small town, seated at the border between Sichuan Province and Gansu Province. It is surrounded by grassland, forest, hills and red cliffs. It is known as "Oriental Swiss" for its picturesque landscape. There are two small roads in the downtown, with buildings in Tibetan style on both sides. There are also a number of stores with petty bourgeoisie sentiments deserving visiting. Two sections of the road in the center of the town are paved with slabstones in different colors, between which is the provincial border. You can enjoy the fantastic experience of "crossing provinces with one step."