The monastery is small, but very peaceful. When we visit there, hardly any monks live in this monastery. We just did a quick tour of the main hall, then we rested in the nearby tents organized by the locals, since it was already late in the afternoon. If you have more time, this monastery is worth a stroll, while adjusting to the thin atmosphere.
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