It's easy to get to, and inexpensive to get in. You won't likely spend more than an hour here, but it's nice to get a little bit of local education and to also see the great views of the city. There are a couple of rooms where people will go to pray and burn incense, so be mindful of which one you walk into -- there is one for men and one for women. Appropriate clothing that covers your shoulders and legs need to be worn, and don't forget to take your shoes off.
It's not very big, but you'll get some nice photos and see some historical pieces. There's the inevitable line of vendors near the entrance, ready to sell you something.
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