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Hualin Temple (until 1654, formerly known as Xilai Monastery) has a history dating back over 1,500 years to the South Ling Dynasty period, 521 to 526 A.D. It is also referred to as The Holy Land of the International Buddhism, The Temple of the 500...More
This very old temple, located in amongst all the jade market sellers twisting streets is well worth seeking out. Completely free to visit, the temple has a very large Arhat Hall, filled with 500 golden buddhas and other remarkable antiquities. The main temple is a...More
We were walking around the neighborhood not knowing we would stumble upon this wonderful spiritual haven. I would not say you should go out of your way to visit this place, but if you’re visiting Shiangxiajiu pedestrian street or looking for jade nearby, you should...More
This temple, with very interesting background, is close to many attractions [ and generally attractive old areas ] of this part of Guangzhou.
It was walking distance from the Feral River and Shamian Island via the beautiful old streets and alleyways near the Qinping Markets....More
Worths a short visit. Remember to visit a hall with multi buddha. I enjoyed the day chanting.
At the end of the road leads to 卓盛玉口器珠宝. Watch out of this shops. I bought something and ended up paying 3 times more than the outside shop....More
The founder of zen lineage from India and propagated to china can be traced in this temple. The famed zen meditation method originated by master Bodhidharma as seen in the temple. Check out the prayers and meditation timing if you want to learn and practice...More