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Templo Zu Lai, Cotia
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  • Wonderful site, conveys much peace! Is a great site, with Buddhist temple, celebrations, several places to stop and meditate a little! Simple vegetarian lunch tastes better. It is worth visiting with time to learn everything. Important: all the sites with accessibility to wheelchair users and defis in General! Are to be congratulated.
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  • Located on Road Fernando Nobre, km 28.5 of the Raposo Tavares highway in Cotia, São Paulo, the Zu Lai Temple, brings you peace and reflection just achieved in Buddhist temples. Built entirely with materials imported from China, the Zu Lai Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the West. Inhabited by monks features a wonderful and impressive architecture. Worth for the ride, for the beauty and atmosphere of peace, tranquillity and insight it offers. At weekends you can enjoy to see Buddhist cuisine on vegetarian restaurant that works on site.
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  • Go to be alone, with eyes and an open mind to admire the nature, construction and learn a bit of Buddhist culture. I saw a lot of people taking pictures more than enjoying the place. I recommend that you put the technology and explore the temple after all, he ain't going nowhere and the end of the tour you can take the pictures you need. Has gardens, lizards, monkeys and ceremonial halls. A monk guide visitors and explains about the philosophy, origin and history of Buddhism, customs and daily in the temple. It is not allowed to eat at the temple. You can follow a ceremony and see the monks and apprentices circling, moving on with their lives. It has a lounge with antique objects that tell the story of this lifestyle. Visits must be booked in advance.
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  • The biggest Buddhist temple in Latin America, The place is very beautiful and have a good vibe and peace too! but you need to bring cash, they doesn't accept any card! They have a vegetarian restaura
  • Beautiful.
  • Charming and good meat less food at fair prices. Free parking, lots of space. Quite unique temple for the region.
  • Beautiful place, but the monks dont see to be at peace.
  • Best for relax!