I want to say that if you have time, this place is worth a stop. It is close to many other temples, so it is easy to see when going to another temple, the surroundings are very lovely, and there are several other buildings in the group. It is near Changyong, but if you are not careful, you can easily pass by. There are many small living rooms separated by bricks, which seem to be rented out. The brick has collapsed, but the stairs make it possible to climb. Because there are few shaded areas, the bricks are hot during the day and it is difficult to walk barefoot. I think it’s a good thing to visit when it’s not hot.
It is a Buddhist pagoda, but there are only a few broken walls left, especially the front part, which has only half of the base, but he is still a few, can climb up a building. Haha, even if it is higher than the surrounding buildings. It is possible to see the sunrise and sunset in the morning and evening, but it feels too sheltered by trees and not too good for the view.
I think it's a beautiful morning and night, too sunny at noon and day, no big film, take pictures of the sun, and slippers into the tower at noon, the ground is too hot.
Soe Min Gyi was a queen's name when he built the 12th century, not a very famous tower, located next to the road linking the new and old Zurgan. Soemin Gyi sees the statue of Buddha in the tower, the platform of the tower.
Why translate the Chinese name of this Buddhist temple into Song Mingji? The tower is actually named after a patron, and the English name is So Min Gyi, but it's a woman! It's not a very appropriate translation of Song Mingji, who is a man, and it's more appropriate to call Song Mingji or Song Meiji. Also, unlike other temples in Gansu, there are many buildings around it that belong to it, and there is only one building in other famous places, It is worth your attention. :)
The pagoda is near the old gangan, the specific address forgot, remember there are a few Burmese restaurants next to it is very clean and delicious, you can go to see.