Other than the magnificient Grand Buddha Statue that emphasize scale and form, personally, I woudl think the recently completed Brahma Palace can be easily regarded as a must-see attraction in this Ling Shan Buddhist Theme Park. The Palace employs a Kazo-tower style architetural design where it combines some architectural elements of Buddhist grotto art form commonly found in China as well as it exhibits the traditional Buddhist-style. The interior has quality marvble-flooring all across, sections divided into multiples of art corridors, meeting rooms etc. which are bilateral symmetrical in its overall layout. It is spacious, clean and has a very strong ambiance of religious kind of quietness. This palace is large enough and high end facilities are so well equipped, easily be able to accomodate international class, functions, meetings, or even convention and other Buddhist thematic exhibitions.
Each visitor must take off their shoes before entering, while a protective cloth is suppiled in order to protect the mirror-like marble flooring. The three main highlights in the Brahma Palace is the Aisle Hall, Tower Hall as well as the Altar Hall.
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