Miao Ying Temple has been an icon of Beijing since the city's construction in AD 1271. It is also called the ‘White Pagoda Temple', by Beijing locals, due to its white pagoda. Miao Ying's Nepalese architect introduced an exotic style to the structure that will immediately draw the attention of visitors. In earlier times, Miao Ying Temple was the site for holding important Buddhist ceremonies for imperial families. Consequently, a large amount of treasures were preserved and still today, archaeologists continue to periodically unearth hidden artifacts.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Fuchengmennei Dajie bus 103 to Baitasi