Guangyun Mian Temple, locates north of Cangyuan, is more than 170 years old. It is one of the most influential Theravada Buddhist places in southeast of China. The temple is a mixture of Dai style temple with Han architectural building. You can see beautiful wood engraved works in the window pane, and the murals inside are famous. We visited there the second day morning. That few people was there because of the remoteness contributes to the peacefulness…
The east side of the temple. The yard is too small to step back for a integral shot of the building.
One of the huge gloden dragons on the pillar.
The temple is amoung the list of “Key Cultural Relics Under State Protection”
The frangipani(Plumeria rubra) were flowering in the yard peacefully.
A cute cat in the yard