it is a separate temple, not in the city centre. We got there by bicycles, but be aware that the way to the temple is ascending, so it cold be difficult to reach it when hot. It is closed for "lunch" from 10 to 13 every day.
Inside there are beautiful paintings and a great view from the balcony on the second floor. But if you go upstares, you will get to smaller rooms with fantastic acoustics - your voice is reflected many times and becomes very loud. Try singing there :)
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