A revered hall located within the main part of the Jade Palace. It was built along with the Palace nine hundred years ago in honor of Master Oogway for creating Kung Fu. This prestigious hallway was made to honor and commemorate the memories of fallen heroes who upheld the teachings of Oogway and used Kung Fu as a force for good.
The living quarters for students under the teachings of a master at the Jade Palace. The Furious Five and Po currently occupy the bedrooms, though many students have lived in the barracks in the past many more will come in the future days of the palace.
An enclosed area within the Jade Palace grounds. It stands shortly in front of the Palace itself - directly atop the grand staircase - and is the main area for special events and showcasing tournaments held by the palace Masters. Surrounding the main square on either side are the spectator stands, parallel to the main entrance gate and a separate viewing platform apparently reserved specially for the Masters.
Is an area within the Jade Palace grounds where students are trained by appointed instructors in the art of Kung Fu. It was first built almost nine hundred years ago by Master Golden Takin, who was the first martial arts instructor to be appointed by Grand Master Oogway.
The Jade Palace is a large, elaborately-designed, and sacred palace that overlooks the Valley of Peace on top of the Jade Mountain and can be seen for hundreds of miles. It is known to be a symbol of justice, honor, and courage.