Banchan Exhibition Hall
If facing the Wanfu Pavilion, the Banchan Exhibition Hall is to the right and slightly behind you (southeast). This houses the Royal Temple of Tibetan Buddhism and dozens of ornate objects are on display, including lavishly embroidered ceremonial robes, a drum made of skulls and gilded incense burners, all used by lamas during the temple's heyday 200 years ago.
After reaching the northernmost point, return to the entrance to leave the complex. There is plenty more to see, so if time is on your side be sure to peek into the side halls on the east and west. For a breath of conditioned air, step into one of the high-end gift shops. They are quite beautifully designed, with exquisitely crafted (and exquisitely expensive) statues, jewelry and other Buddhist insignia.