Nenang Monastery in Doilungdeqen District, Lhasa

Chinese Name: 乃朗寺
English Name: Nenang Monastery
Location: Located in Doilungdeqen District, Lhasa
Admission Fee: Free
Opening Hours: All the day

About Nenang Monastery
The temple is also known as Nainang temple(乃囊寺,奈囊寺). It is located in Doilungdeqen District, west of the Chupu Monastery(楚浦寺).

Nenang Monastery in Doilungdeqen District, Lhasa
Nenang is a Karma Kagyu monastery in central Tibet that was founded by the First Zhamarpa, Drakpa Sengge in 1333. The monastery was given to the Fifth Pawo by the Fifth Dalai Lama after its confiscation from the Zhamar line in 1673 or 1674, and since then monastery has been the seat of the Pawo incarnation lineage.

Attraction Transportation:
We can take a shuttle bus from Lhasa to Doilungdeqen District, then transfer a local mini bus to Nenang Monastery.
Attraction Travel Tips:
· pay attention to respect the local customs in Nenang Monastery.
· 1 – 2 hours travel.
· best season to travel: all the year round.