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I was on a business trip to Xiamen, with a free day to visit. The temple is very nice and a must of you visit Xiamen, it is not as big a some temples in Beijing, but it is worth visiting and it is free....More
Nice temple to walk around. Go early to prevent crowds.
Hike to top for great view of the city. Pretty simple climb.
The top actually links to Botanic Gardens. So can purchase tickets and walk down on the other side directly into Botanic Gardens (i.e....More
Put on your walking shoes. Visit the temple and then follow the path to the very top of the hill. There are some great views of the city on your way up. Once you reach the top, walk over to the other side of the...More
Nothing special. A temple with historical story. If you are Buddhist believers and love historical place, this place is a must. Behind the temple was a hill that you can hike to the top. Make sure your stamina is in fit condition cause it takes...More
I visited Xiamen on the 2nd of October. This is the Golden Week. I was expecting to see the revolutionary fervor of Communism and Nationalism erupted like violent volcanoes changing the quiet rhythm of the city. In my envisaged vision was a city flooded with...More
A religious temple and expect it to be crowded with tourists and worshipers. Beautiful temple architecture and statues and pond. You can get incense and perform the religious rite. Also many places for photo taking. Xiamen university is near by. Unless you have time to...More
You'll see Chinese Culture here. the Buddhas, their gods, how they worship. Their mountain is well designed. There's a resting place in every level. I did not make it to the top though. Bring lots of water and extra shirt because it is really tiring....More
I visited Nanputuo Temple on a Monday morning and still found it relatively crowded however it was still a pleasant visit. There are convenient stores nearby if you need snacks or water and it has a lovely garden which was visited by an egret when...More