FGS Buddha Museum


Walk around the Underground Palaces

In India, after a relic was placed in a reliquary, it was usually enshrined within a chamber at the center of a stupa. The storage of relics and the shape of the stupas were adapted and changed after the introduction of Buddhism into China. During the Northern Wei Dynasty, reliquaries were placed inside stone caskets and then buried in rammed earth under the base of a pagoda. At that time, the Chinese tomb-style underground palaces had not yet been integrated into Buddhist practice. After the Su

2011-12-25 to 2021-12-25
Venue:Museum of Buddhist Underground Palaces
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Visiting Hours

Weekdays: 9 am - 7 pm
Weekends: 9 am - 8 pm
Museum closed every Tuesday


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No. 1, Tongling Rd Dashu, Kaohsiung 840, Taiwan
+886 (07) 656 3033