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When the Lianshi went down to Bhutan, he turned into an angry Donkey Kong flying tiger to the cliffs of the Paro Valley, surrendering the evil spirits that obstructed the Dharma, and then practiced for a short period of three months in the caves of the cliffs, so it was called here. For the tiger's hole. In order to celebrate the grace of the lotus master, the locals built the world-famous Tiger Cave Temple on the cliff with the help of the empty mother. It is said that the material used to fix the Tiger Cave Temple to the rock wall was the hair of the empty mother. Silk, but after a fire in 1998, when rebuilding temples, they had to rely on modern engineering techniques such as steel cables. Even if you visit the Tiger Cave Temple now, the one-way two-hour walk will make most people feel struggling, not to mention the difficult project at that time. If you dont really get the help of the empty mother, its a miracle. .
It takes 2 hours to walk uphill from the parking lot at the foot of the mountain. If you are riding, you can only go to the rest of the mountainside. You still need to hike for an hour to climb to the Tiger Cave Temple. You have to say that this is still physical. Certainly tested. All shooting facilities are prohibited in the Tiger Cave Temple, so it is a place where you can feel at ease and enjoy. Sitting in the cliff flying pavilion, barefoot feels the warmth of the sun-filled wooden floor, looking up to the majesty of the lotus master, although only for a moment, but that moment will remain deeply in memory.
Posted: 12 Dec 2018
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