Five Pagoda Temple Pictures

Besides the exquisite five pagodas, there are also 1560 embossment buddha images, thus also named as Thousand Buddha Pagoda.

The Five-Pagoda Temple was originally built to the southeast of Hohhot during the reign of Emperor Yongzheng of the Qing Dynasty. Just as its name implies, there are five square dagobas positioned on the pedestal of the 16-meter's pagoda. The whole building is covered with colored glazing and on the top floor of the pagoda, thousands of small gilded statues of Buddha are placed. Attraction Intro: Five Pagoda Temple
  • Besides the exquisite five pagodas, there are also 1560 embossment buddha images, thus also named as Thousand Buddha Pagoda.
  • There are totally 1560 such embossment Buddha images on the five pagodas.
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Asked by Mr.sanjoy from INDIA | Feb. 14, 2010 07:04Reply
are their trains from beijing to hohot? how long is the journey?
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Answered by Mr.Qi | Feb. 19, 2010 21:07
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Yes, there are many trains everyday, It will take about 100 hours. All trains can be seen here:
www.travelchinaguide.com/china-trains/display.asp?from1=Beijing&tp=1&to1=Hohhot&Submit32=Search
Answered by Ms.兰 from CHINA | Mar. 30, 2010 08:06
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10hours by train enough
Asked by Ms.Melanie from FRANCE | Jul. 07, 2009 03:35Reply
Is there airport bus from Hohhot airport to Hohhot train station? If I take a taxi, how much is the cost?
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Answered by Ms.Ruth from CHINA | Jul. 08, 2009 04:28
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There is no airport bus from Hohhot airport to Hohhot railway station. You can take a taxi to get to the railway station. The cost is around CNY24. Also you can take the public bus No.12 to get to Halebute and then transfer to Bus No.2 to get to the railway station.
Asked by Mr.Robert Chia from CANADA | Jul. 03, 2009 09:19Reply
We are planning to take a week or so to travel and see Inner Mongolia on our way to the Shang Internationl Expo around end of Sept 2010. Can you please advise the things and places to see and how to get there coming from Vancouver, Canada. Many thanks
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Answered by Mr.Sandy | Jul. 04, 2009 20:58
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You can fly to Beijing and then take train or air plane to Hohhot. Air ticket is not expensive at this moment, I believe it is more or less the same in September,2010. Mid-Augest to end of September is the best tome to visit Inner Mongolia. You may miss the Nadam Fair held in lunar July. You can visit grassland around the city, Dazhao Monastery, Wuta Temple, the Great Mosque, etc.
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