Man Fat Sze 萬佛寺 : The actual monastery

After your long walk up, you are greeted by the fantastic monastery. At the entrance, do take a stop and read (if you know Chinese) the two long sayings on the red board. It is VERY meaningful.

Side One:
Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

Side Two:
Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

The magnificent monastery awaits you:
Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

Looking a bit further at the monastery, you noticed it is sitting against a mountain. Great in terms of geomancy.
Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

Going into the monastery building but stop to admire the ceiling:
Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

Inside:
Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

And right in the middle, are the buddhist statues as well as the mummified body of the late founder of the monastery, Venerable Yuet Kai 月溪法師. That’s the golden preserved body in the glass case right in front of the 3 statues.
Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

Man Fat Sze or Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery 萬佛寺

Finally, in my next blog post, I will share photos the courtyard of this monastery as well as a walk up the pagoda.

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