Sanctified in 2008, this huge, five-story Buddhist temple is home to what is supposedly the left canine tooth of the Buddha, recuperated from his burial service fire in Kushinagar, northern India. While its realness is bantered about, the relic appreciates VIP status inside a 420kg strong gold stupa in a brilliantly fancy fourth floor room. More religious relics anticipate at the third floor Buddhism exhibition hall, while the serene housetop garden highlights a colossal petition wheel inside a 10,000 Buddha Pavilion. Other different highlights incorporate the Eminent Sangha Museum, a theater that holds social exhibitions, talks and film screenings. On the off chance that you require some peaceful thought in the midst of Chinatown's uproar, the rooftop garden, with its pagoda and Buddha petition wheel, is a decent spot.