The White Horse Pagoda, located in the east of Luoyang city, is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in China. Considered to be the cradle of Chinese Buddhism, the temple boasts of magnificent architecture that has remained intact for over 1900 years. Apart from the vivid Buddha statutes and striking architecture, it also offers the visitors to listen to historical stories and indulge in the Spiritual world of Buddhism. Recently two new temples have been built at the site, one Indian temple and the other a Thailand temple. The White horse pagoda continues to attract visitors in large numbers from all over the region and abroad. Highlights and must sees include:
- The Hall of Heavenly Kings
- Hall of the Great Buddha
- Works of Abbot Shamen Wencai
- Qiyun pagoda
- The tombs of She Moteng and Zhu Falan
- Hall of Guidance
- Hall of Mahavira
- Jieyin Hall
- The Pilu pavillion
- You can find a lot of experts and scholars here if you are interested in learning about Buddhism and spirituality.
- By Bus: Bus no. 56 and 58
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95% of people who visit Luoyang include White Horse Pagoda in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
43.75% of people start their White Horse Pagoda visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see White Horse Pagoda
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting White Horse Pagoda