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The monasteric complexa of Lumbini is beautiful. There are so many temples from different countries and of course the most important is lord Buddha's birthplace.
If you don't have time to stay few days so don't try to see as many temples as you can,...More
a must to visit site. Very interesting and exciting. Dont rush take your time if you want to enjoy the visit. In summer dont forget to bring head gear ( cap, hat, etc). Wear comfortable shoes which could be taken off easily ( unless you...More
We spent the afternoon visiting the Buddha’s birthplace and a number of the country-sponsored monasteries. The pictorial explanations of the Buddha’s life helped clarify in my mind the significant events in his life and the differences between Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism. Do not miss the...More
Near the main attraction they build some monastries from all over the world. Some of them are not yet finish build, but they are already some very nice ones to see. For me this different monasteries are the bigger highlight than the main temple.
Well if you're into visiting Buddhist temples and monuments, I don't think it gets better than this. Because this area hosts the temple of the Buddha's birthplace, seemingly many countries have built monasteries here. We probably visited over twelve from countries such as China, Korea,...More
The inspiring religious land looks beautiful with many monasteries built in different looks and architecture. I witnessed a herd of deer in an evening while wandering around. It was really disappointing for me, those wild fellas and meditators in stupas and around to hear annoying...More