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Landmark of Quanzhou

The oldest standing structure from ancient Quanzhou and the tallest ancient pagoda. Nice place to... read more

Reviewed 14 May 2018
atiu88
beautiful temple

i was wondering how our ancestors were able to built such a beautiful temple, their skills were... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2018
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

The oldest standing structure from ancient Quanzhou and the tallest ancient pagoda. Nice place to explore the rich history of maritime silk road. Locals do come here to worship and relax.

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Reviewed 4 May 2018

i was wondering how our ancestors were able to built such a beautiful temple, their skills were unbelievable. it amazing. the place was well preserved.

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Reviewed 28 March 2018

This is quite a large Buddhist Temple in central Quanzhou, with many buildings of interest. The 2 stone pagodas are very impressive. There are several halls and big grounds, so quite a bit of walking is required to cover this. There are also some museums...More

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Reviewed 20 December 2017

It's a huge monastery, we were impressed with how well-preserved this place. It's peaceful and tranquil inside. It's a "must see" at Quanzhou -- even if you only have half a day!

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Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

A nice Buddhist temple with an interesting history. Quanzhou was a large busy port where Marco Polo has visited. It’s size as a port was only second to Alexandria in Egypt during those days. This temple has nice Buddha statues inside and interesting beams with...More

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Reviewed 4 August 2017

I visited on a Friday morning. The weather was hot in Quanzhou, but it was pleasant in the monastery due to the plants and shade. It was peaceful when I went, but many tour groups arrived at around lunchtime, so I recommend visiting in the...More

Thank Ruth C
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

My 77 year old Dad wanted to visit his hometown and this monastery. I'm glad we did and that he's like a kid whose on a field trip, seeing things as if for the first time. The last time he visited this temple was when...More

Thank Viva D
Reviewed 6 April 2017

Stunning insight into the earlier days of Quanzhou. Very well preserved and displayed so even westerners without chinese language abilities will understand. Betautiful old buildings with nice and clean gardens - absolutely worth visiting.

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Reviewed 5 April 2017 via mobile

This is a historically important temple in Southeastern China. It is one of the largest and oldest in Fujian province. It is a Hindu- Buddhist temple built during the Tang Dynasty. Fascinating but is currently undergoing major restoration especially the iconic twin pagodas that mark...More

1  Thank Jefferson O
Reviewed 3 March 2017

A full range of Quanzhou's cultural, artistic and architectural heritage can be found on the extensive temple grounds. Outstanding stone, wood and brick carvings and other objects of art. Traces of an extremely diverse history everywhere (like the re-used hindu temple columns found on the...More

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