Bapuchang is a Buddhist temple in the Khamti village, Narayanapur. It is situated in the Lakhimpur district of Assam. Bapuchang is located 34 kilometres from the Kaziranga National Park.
The temple is quite similar to other Buddha temples found around the world. This is the reason why the temple’s architecture is quite removed from the normal Khamti architecture seen in this part. It has been seen that much of the outer architecture bears a resemblance to the Buddha Bihars found in Myanmar.
There are several Buddha idols inside Bapuchang and sees a substantial number of devotees visiting this small Khamti village every year. Its proximity to Kaziranga has further made it very popular. Tourists will find guided trips to Bapuchang as a part of a short trip to the adjoining areas of the national park.