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The entrance fee is 10 rmb. It is a Buddhist temple where local will go there to do their prayer. It back of the main chamber located a big goddess status call “guan yin”. The unique of this status is that it have a double...More
Located in the downtown of the city, it is one old buddhist temple, build more than 300 years ago. Not just a normal temple, but good place to learn chinese culture. When I visited the temple, still plenty monks are chanting, and plenty tourists following...More
Guiyuan temple is beautiful, located in the heart of the city, the temple is surrounded by skyscrapers. It is a nice open space to walk around for a hour.
I went during Chinese New Year, it was very busy, thousands of people in attendance. We...More
This is an amazing religious site with an incredible amount of altars and budist gods and saints. It has an incredible energy and it's an enormous complex with the temple section, the statue of the female goddess and the anais g wood tower temple. It's...More
Have you been to a Buddha temple before? You may see some sculptures in them, which you can count with your fingers and toes... but in this temple, you'll find more than hundreds and they are all different, some are laughing, some are angry, some...More
Took a trip with my wife here. It is 10 Yuan to get into the temple. It is located on a very large area and has several buildings. It is unique in the area. You are more than welcome to stroll on your own through...More
I went to the temple after reading great reviews on the TripAdvisor. The temple is easily accessible via 401 bus. I have to admit it’s not too dissimilar to other Buddhist temples I have been around. There are several courtyards and temples housing various deities....More
Guiyuan Temple, Wuhan is a Buddhist temple in the city’s Hanyang district, catch a taxi they are cheap and reliable. The entrance fee is 10 Yuen (£1) there are small arch holes in the wall beside the entrance underneath the pricing signs, this is where...More