In 2012, the first private donations from Buryats were used to launch the construction of the datsan. Today, on the territory of the Buddhist temple you can see the eight-walled Sahyusan-dugan. June 6, 2015 saw it’s ceremonial unveiling when it was consecrated with a prayer.
There are two yurts on the territory of the Buddhist temple. There you can learn about the life and culture of nomadic peoples, visit a specialist in Tibetan medicine and try posy, the Buryat national dish.
Opening hours: Monday through Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.