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Very active the morning we visited. Lots of chanting and incense burning. The grounds are not big but very well laid out. All temples have a fish and tortoise pool - this would be the nicest I have seen
Walked from my Quanzhou hotel to this temple this morning. Large place with two stone pagodas. Many structures to explore. During my visit there was a funeral ceremony, so many people were there, and monks gathered to chant. I highly recommend a visit. Also nearby...More
It is fairly easy to become "templed out" in Quanzhou, but at least it is worth it! Chengtian si holds magnificent architecture, ancient (tiny!) stone pagodas, huge gold leaf paintings, old trees, gold fish, lotus, monks...
We visited the Chengtian Temple during our bus tour of Quanzhou. As described elsewhere this is one of the few well-preserved Buddhist temples in mainland China complete with a large garden surrounding it. The main features include the two stone pagodas, east and west, which...More
This temple is located next to the entrance of the Jinguang school. The street is noisy, but when you cross the door and walk past these ancient buildings the silence is just amazing! The temple has a traditional layout with a few courtyards behind each...More