Visiting 10 religious buildings the most impressive Asian

Wat Rong Khun ( Thailand ), Borobudur (Indonesia), Kyaiktiyo (Myanmar), Chion-in (Japan), … is one of many important religious works, prompting many tourists around the world yearning for a visits.

Wat Rong Khun 1. Thailand

Thailand is a country known for more than 40,000 large and small temple. However Wat Rong Khun, also known as the White Temple in Chiang Rai, make sure that visitors will be amazed by the magnificent and extremely feat. The temple is artist Chalermchai Kositpipat design and finishing in 1997, though her tender age, but the unique beauty of white temple made this place into one of the destinations of numerous tourists apart from visiting Thailand.

Wat Rong Khun , Borobudur , Kyaiktiyo , Myanmar , Chion-in
Wat Rong Khun temple, also known as the White Temple in Chiang Rai, make sure that visitors will be amazed by the magnificent and extremely feat. Photo: Skyscanner

2.   Haeinsa, Korea

The temple is situated on Mount Kaya Haeinsa is one of the important Buddhist temple in Korea. It was built for the first time in 802 and rebuilt again in 1818 after a fire burned down the whole temple happen 1817. Treasures of thousands of temples are the Tripitaka Koreana wood panels – a collection most full texts, teachings and Buddhist agreements exist till date carved on 80,000 wooden plates nayduoc from 1237 to 1247, was officially recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995.

20150721101135--2 Bettertraveltips.comThe temple is situated on Mount Kaya Haeinsa is one of the important Buddhist temple in Korea. Photo: Skyscanner

3.   Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong

Po Lin Monastery is located on Lantau Island began building in 1906, continuously expanded and developed over the years. One of the most prominent buildings in town is Tianjin Buddha statue is 34 meters high, weighs 250 tons and is one of the largest outdoor Buddha statue in the world.

20150721101135--3 Bettertraveltips.comBuddha statue Tianjin is one of the largest outdoor Buddha statue in the world. Photo: Skyscanner

4.   Borobudur, Indonesia

Borobudur is a monument on the island of Java in Indonesia and is one the largest Buddhist temple forgotten world throughout the centuries. It impresses with 504 Buddha statues, 72 small tower surrounded pen 1 pen center enormous tower, 1212 rock paintings, with 4 display area 1300 image bias …

20150721101259--4 Bettertraveltips.comBorobudur is a monument on the island of Java in Indonesia. Photo: Skyscanner

5.   Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman shrine, Malaysia

Located in the city of Johor Bahru in Malaysia, Sri Arulmigu Rajakaliamman temple is one of the most beautiful structures in the world. Built in 1922, the temple was originally just a small shelter. By the year 1991, where the newly expanded and embellished the place of worship. In particular, most Sri Arulmigu Rajakaliamman surface are covered with glass.

20150721101259--5 Bettertraveltips.comLocated in the city of Johor Bahru in Malaysia, Sri Arulmigu Rajakaliamman temple is one of the most beautiful structures in the world. Photo: Skyscanner

6.   Hanging Monastery, China

Located in a precarious cliff halfway around, from 75 meters above the ground, the Hanging Monastery, also known as hanging monastery, is one of the places most notably in China.Abbey 1500 years-old his grip on the cliff 2 Huashan, Shanxi Province include a consortium of 40 rooms linked by walkways and corridors midair. Besides, the monastery also owns more than 80 Buddhist sculptures made ​​of bronze, stone, iron and mud extremely impressive.

20150721101259--6 Bettertraveltips.comAbbey 1500 years-old his grip on the cliff 2 Huashan, Shanxi Province. Photo: Skyscanner

7.   Chion-in Temple, Japan

Chion-in temple in Kyoto is located, was built in 1234. Originally, this temple has a total of 21 buildings, but experiencing the earthquake and fire, now only a single temple existed in XVII century. Tourists visit Chion-in temple must walk through Japan’s largest port, San-mon gate that has 2 floors. Temple bell should also set a record “respectable”, weighs 74 tonnes and at Chinese New Year, people need to 17 monks can hit through this bell.

20150721101412--7 Bettertraveltips.comChion-in temple in Kyoto is located, was built in 1234. Photo: Skyscanner

8.   Jetavanaramaya Tower, Sri Lanka

This tower was built in the 4th century, is located in the ruins of Jetavana monastery in Anuradhapura – a world heritage city sacred. The tower is one of the most ancient monuments in the world and ancients resorted to 93.3 million baked bricks to build this giant project. Show tower Jetavanaramaya are keeping a Buddha loins ever worn.

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The tower is one of the most ancient monuments in the world. Photo: Skyscanner

9.   Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, Myanmar

Top Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (also known as Golden Rock – Gold Mountain Temple) and enjoy the stunning views from atop the mountain is what any traveler to Myanmar also want to try.Legend has it that, if only a little contact with the surface of the mountain but still imposing Golden Rock is due to hold Buddha’s hair. Buddhists from all over come here to pay homage and meditation overlooking the valley below. A small note, you should wear clothes covering shoulders and knees to fit the solemnity here, and keep the body warm because the air here is quite cold.

20150721101412--9 Bettertraveltips.comTop Kyaiktiyo Pagoda (also known as Golden Rock – Gold Mountain Temple) and enjoy the stunning views from atop the mountain is what any traveler to Myanmar also want to try.Photo: Skyscanner

Ten.   Ta Prohm, Cambodia

Built from 1186, Ta Prohm is a Buddhist temple dedicated to the mother of King Jayavarman VII. This is one of the few temples in Angkor evidence provide information on residents of the temple. The temple used to house more than 12,500 people. After the fall of the Khmer empire in the 15th century, the house was abandoned. The trunk grows around the walls to create beauty and special mystic temple.

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Built from 1186, Ta Prohm is a Buddhist temple dedicated to the mother of King Jayavarman VII. Photo: Skyscanner

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