The outlook and the inside of Buddhist Palace were both very impressive. The outlook is like the Buddha Palace in Hindu and Thailand. The inside of the palace is divided to art corridor, meeting area, and meal area. The materials used in constructing and decorating the whole building are mostly precious marbles, stone and woods.
I hope they could have more description about the history and stories of Buddhism or each Statue, but there were only names, no description. That is why I said the park is of more scenic and art value than its religious and historical value.
Outside of the Palace 宫外
One of the Side Doors
The Dome-shaped Ceiling
Statues on around the inner dome
Artificial Stars in the center of the ceiling
The background light keeps changing slowly.
Zooming in, you will see Statues on the Sides of Art Corridor
Statues on the aisle ceiling
Golden Buddha and Colored Glass background
Wooden Art Piece
White Marble Elephant with 6 teeth
Holy Altar (Meeting Room)
Ceiling of the meeting room
Outside the Palace
Tibetan Buddhist Temple ( only built for exhibition, no practical function, no entrance allowed)
Another Hindu Style Palace with fake doors
（There is no doors for visiting. This palace is purely for sightseeing. It is of no practical use.)
The sculpture of the elephant and the costumes indicate
that the idea of this Statue is from Hindu.
Here we almost finished visiting all the scenic spots in this park.
Still got some more to be continued~