it is awesome
Pass the boat from Fewa Lake, and then hike up the mountain. The tower is very good. The white tower is supported by four countries. The statues on all sides tell different stories. It is a free attraction and the scenery is very good.
Elderly people may not be suitable for climbing, it is a little high, but the scenery after going up is very good, if the cloud cover is not thick, you can see the mountains clearly, the coffee on the way is great, it is suitable to stop for a cake and have a coffee. Scenery. Take a boat from Fewa lake to the opposite bank, and walk for about an hour to the top of the mountain. The scenery is beautiful and the environment is open. There are different Buddha statues on all sides of the tower. Looking down from the tower, you can see the panoramic view of the mountain and the panoramic view of Fewa Lake. If you are lucky, you will see Annapurna on the opposite side. There is no charge to visit the tower. It happens to be a long vacation for locals, and there are many locals. The administrator is very responsible and wants everyone to be quiet. It is not allowed to speak loudly. It feels like he is going crazy...We just sit down and watch the scene quietly and feel the tranquility. When we booked the boat, we only booked a one-way trip, from the other side down the mountain to the waterfall and the underground temple. In contrast, this attraction is the most worth visiting.
The Pokhara World Peace Pagoda was built in 2000 by people from four countries including Japan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. The main fundraiser is the Buddhist community in Japan. On the four walls of the tower, there are four-stage statues of Buddha Shakyamuni. To see the tower, you need to climb a mountain climbing road. After viewing the tower, you can also see the whole view of Fewa Lake and the fishtail peak in the background from the observation deck on the top of the mountain. The nearby mountain pack floats from time to time with flying parachutes.
This pure white tower can be seen from the edge of Fewa Lake, standing among the greenery of Queen's Forest. The pagoda is pure and white, with a Buddha statue on each side. It was built by the four countries that built the pagoda: the sitting Buddha in Japan, the standing Buddha in Nepal, the enlightened Buddha of Sri Lanka and the reclining Buddha Nirvana in Thailand. On the hill where the World Peace Pagoda is located, you can clearly see the entire Pokhara scenery. There are no traffic lights on the road, and no road name. In addition to watching the sun and landmarks, you also need an RP. After riding a donkey and climbing up the hills with difficulty, the beauty in front of me reminded me of Li Zongsheng’s song... "Across the hills, although I have turned my head and chattered endlessly, I feel sad... ."
It is a challenge to get there and the views are worth it. Unfortunately for use we were misinformed and the the temple was closed when we were there.
Nice family and good location Clean room strong wifi good food I Nice ❤️stafe is good and piya is friends ❤️
The Monument was nice, and the view was great. I enjoyed the view from the top of this temple. I suggest you do the trek early in the morning before it start warming up or Evening for sunset.
It's worth climbing all the stairs to go to the top. The view of the Pokhara Lake from the top and the view of Mount Machhapuchhre is amazing and you cannot forget it.
The World Peace Pagoda in Pokhara is one of an estimated 80+ Peace Pagodas that are located around the world today. The Pokhara Peace Pagoda was built after World War II by the Buddhist monks from th...