During our tour of the University grounds, I saw this temple in the distance.
We went to find it in the afternoon and had a great, little cultural moment.
At first they did not want to let us in. Then the two security people decided to give it a try and kept us in there for about half an hour. Sadly, I was not allowed to take pictures. They usually dont seem to have any foreign visitors, which would explain the confusion.
They had a long, colorful decorated shrine with a small buddha figurine. He was a lot smaller than the ones I saw in Thailand. We got to take part in a very personal chanting ceremony, which was wonderful.
Just one of those moments that you cannot plan to happen...