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Nan Tien is very different from most tourist attractions because there is so much to offer: the visual delights of grandeur architecture, art & culture including unique exhibitions & festivals, Buddhist festivals, vegetarian culinary delights...more
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180 Berkeley Rd | Berkeley, Wollongong, New South Wales 2506, Australia
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We headed to the Nan Tien Temple. Once there, the door was closed. I was able to get in to ask for directions. I found someone and he was pointing with his finger where we should go.
We were heading to the Buddha institute. We...More
This is a great place to visit especially with children to show them and experience a different culture & religion.
Best not to rush through as there are many signs & posters around the place for life lessons.
Huge land to explore and ample parking...More
Travelled with a group of 14 others, so the guided tour worked out very cheap at just a few dollars each. The guide was personable with a wry sense of humour. A minor criticism is that he tended to talk more about the tenets of...More
This is a beautiful complex to visit - especially during the week -it must be very busy during the weekends. The garden is beautifully maintained, the buildings are pristine and calm - a great day away from the busy city
A reasonable selection of dishes at fairly good prices. The upstairs eatery section is a little cheaper but has a limited selection (sometimes only 3 0r 4 dishes). Downstairs costs a little more but offers more choices - mainly vegetarian cuisine but nicely presented and...More
If you driving south to Woolongong stopped off at the Nan Tien Temple. The temple could be anywhere in Asia and I was there during a festival for the Chinese New Year and it was excitingly chaotic. Lots of drums, dancing, singing and laughter. It's...More