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Bruno’s Art & Sculptures Garden

The original and unique artworks of sculptor and painter Bruno Torfs continues to bring joy and inspiration to visitors from all over the world at Bruno’s Art & Sculptures Garden. Nestled amongst the luscious rainforest setting lives a collection of unforgettable characters lovingly hand crafted by Bruno from clay and fired onsite in his kiln. Bruno has created a world rich with fantasy and insightful beauty derived from his imagination and inspired by his intrepid journeys to some the world most intriguing and remote regions.

Aesop Spa

Our six unique Facial Appointments from Aesop Spa are available at select doors in Melbourne, Sydney, Hamburg and London.  Conducted by qualified Aesop Facial Therapists in the fragrant calm of purpose-built treatment spaces, treatments employ formulations of the finest quality developed by our in-house laboratory. Each is meticulously tailored to decongest, stimulate and intensely nourish the skin, taking into consideration individual skin types and concerns. Prior to your treatment, the Facial Therapist will perform a consultation to understand your aims, discuss any specific skin concerns you might have, and to determine the treatment best suited to you.

Danrig Danjaalin Khiid

This Danrig Danjaalin Khiid monastery was built around 1840 and was once very active. It contained three northern temples and four southern temples, but less than half the 800 monks could be accommodated at one time, so most had to pray outside. It was closed in 1937. The monastery reopened in 1990 and has two small temples where about a dozen monks worship. It’s located about 400m behind the Kherlen Hotel.

Lowicz Museum

The Lowicz Museum is housed in a 17th-century missionary college designed by Dutch architect Tylman van Gameren; its highlight is the former priests’ chapel, with its fading Baroque frescoes (1695) by Italian artist Michelangelo Palloni and finely carved ivory tusks. The 1st floor features archaeological finds from the region such as Stone Age tools and more tusks, this time from mammoths.

Moni Agiou Stefanou

Moni Agiou Stefanou was built in 1798 and is dedicated to St Charalambos. In recent years, Greek hagiographer Vlassios Tsotsonis has been repainting the katholikon (principal church of a monastic complex) – depicting the life of Christ – with beautiful results. Efficient nuns do a thriving trade selling religious souvenirs. The monastery is at the very end of the road, 1.5km beyond Agias Triados.