Tradruk Temple
Tradruk Temple
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taitaimimi
Beijing, China47 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Family
It’s supposed to be the first temple in Tibet. It’s small and nice. It’s on the road to the Tibetan opera and Yungbulakang Palace so if you are in the area it is worth to visit.
Written May 9, 2021
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tibetanstravel
Lhasa, China100 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Business
The trandruk monastery is located at the southeast of Tsedang twon ,which is one of Tibet first temple ,and built in 7centure by Tibetan religiou king Songtsangarpo ,
Written September 23, 2018
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Keira Mason
Wellesley, MA4,102 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
Lovely monastery. Beautiful thangkhas and statues. Especially enjoyed watching the monks bring their offerings from first floor to second floor. Off-limits room to women that had a protector statue in it. Massive prayer wheel in front. Small shops including an antique shop in frontof the monastery
Written August 5, 2018
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Wendy M
Sevenoaks211 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Friends
This is another very early monastery built by Songtsen Gampo and it is good to see that it has been rebuilt and is a living spiritual centre again.

The main points of interest are the excellent newly repainted murals depicting the life of the buddha and the pearl thanka. This is said to have been embroidered by Songsten Gampo's Chinese wife who also brought with her the famous statue is that now in the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa.

Try to turn all the many prayer wheel in the main courtyard as one needs lots of good joss on these Himalayan journeys!

It has few visitors being so far from Lhasa which gives you a chance to soak up the atmosphere undisturbed.
Written May 27, 2018
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Siriwatthana C
Bangkok, Thailand23 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017
Small temple but there are a lot of interesting things...especially a Pearl tangka....
This temple has a long history. They said it was built in King Songtsun Gampo era.
Although the mural on the walls are re-painted, they are quite interesting!
Written May 23, 2017
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OneAddictedTraveler
Lake Elmo, MN4,110 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Couples
Being out of the way, this monastery does not receive the hordes of visitors that the ones in Lhasa do. As usual, no photos are allowed inside. Climb to the upper levels for some of the more interesting parts.
Written April 15, 2017
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Margot P
Korora, Australia1,110 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2016 • Couples
If you have been to Samye, which is in the same area, this monastery will not show anything more. Suppose one reason to visit is to help the local tourist trade, they really need it.
Written December 6, 2016
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thanni999
Singapore96 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2016 • Couples
I had to go there twice to finally able to enter. The first day, I arrived late, at 6:15 pm, to be told that the Monastery will be closed in 15 min. I returned the next day around 3 pm. It's small and intimate Monastery. The old building house the Tara hall, which has a small figurine of 'Talking Tara" The Monastery is one of the oldest in Tibet and was built by the same king who built the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, King Songster Gampo and his two famous princesses Wen Cheng and Bhrikuti whose statues were housed in a special hall. The other highlight is the Tara Thangka made of pearls and precious stones in the upstair hall, along with special Thangkas from Japan.
Written September 25, 2016
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Andyrock81
Rockhampton, Australia1,131 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Couples
This is another monastry, If you are travelling through tibet you have probably seen a few of them by now. This one has some nice painting/murals on the walls, as well as lot of prayer wheels. One good aspect is that there are far fewer tourists here, making it a more pleasant place to explore than some of the monastries in Lhasa. Stairs to the upper level can be quite steep, but plenty to explore on the ground floor too. Not much to make it stand out from the others though.
Written October 13, 2014
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The_F_team
Orange, CA96 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2013 • Friends
This was one of the earliest Buddhist temples but there was not too much to see except for the large gold prayer wheel in front. There was one large piece of art in the interior but not much else of interest.
Written November 21, 2013
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