Dazhao Temple in Hohhot reopens to public
Dazhao Temple located in Hohhot, in Inner Mongolia [Photo/hhhtnews.com]
In the wake of the current normalization of COVID-19 prevention and control, the Dazhao Temple in Hohhot city -- located in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region -- reopened to the public on March 18.
Before entering the scenic area, visitors need to take their body temperature measurements, register their personal information and show their health codes. If the body temperature is higher than 37.3C, they are not allowed to come in and corresponding prevention and control measures shall be taken.
Visitors entering the scenic spot must wear masks correctly. Those who do not wear a mask are not allowed to enter.
Dazhao Temple, also known as Wuliang Si (Infinite Temple) in Mandarin, is a Buddhist monastery built in 1579.
It is a renowned tourist attraction, both at home and abroad. The splendid temple building, precious cultural relics and artworks, as well as the mysterious Buddhist dance and music, constitute a unique example of temple culture.