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Upon arriving at the gate to this temple that it was closed to the public. But as I understand there is a festival put on there which may be when the general public can visit. What I saw from the gate I think this may...More
On our tour of temples on the Philosophers' Trail we particularly enjoyed this one. The rooms themselves seem very modern, but the garden is backed right up to the hill to its east, and it's very tranquil. The dragon's head water feature is wonderful.
Summary: This temple is also on the philosopher's walk and you should take the time to see it. It's beautiful and very well maintained. I wouldn't go out to see it on its own merits but if you are in the neighborhood you should stop...More