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Very nice temple but difficult to find it.

This is a very nice functioning budist temple that is inside a protected mountainous area in the... read more

Reviewed 5 December 2016
Paul W
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Small pocket of serenity within QingLing Park

Great architecture amongst a collection of pavilions, Buddhist altars and small coi ponds. Hike up... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2015
ScottishNathan
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Jan 4, 2017
“Up in the mountain is a temple... With Monkeys!”
Dec 4, 2016
“Very nice temple but difficult to find it.”
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Reviewed 4 January 2017

This is a functioning temple built in the 17th century, with many surprises, most of which (to us) were the monkeys running and hopping around. We took a bus up to the temple because the hike would have been very difficult with the winding roads....More

1  Thank Travelingmaven
Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

This is a very nice functioning budist temple that is inside a protected mountainous area in the middle of the city. The temple itself is fairly old and in good (not excellent) condition. It's in the middle of a forest surrounded by mountains which acts...More

Thank Paul W
Reviewed 4 August 2015

So calm and nice to typical sooo beautiful. Ilove it! There you can buy for 4 yuan pineapple desert (pineapple slice on a stick ) and enjoy traditional Chinese park architecture. If you are interested in kung fu a lot of people come to that...More

1  Thank Irina M
Reviewed 10 June 2015

We often visit Hong fu temple to eat lunch in the temple hall. The admission is 2yuan each (Tickets can be purchased in the little holes in the wall on the outside of the temple) For 10yuan each (Roughly £1), you are provided with various...More

2  Thank kuzco8
Reviewed 10 June 2015

Great architecture amongst a collection of pavilions, Buddhist altars and small coi ponds. Hike up to the temple via the main stairway or take the cable car to the summit of the park and walk down via the staircase (10 mins from the cable car...More

Thank ScottishNathan
Reviewed 15 July 2014

We did not go inside the temple, people were burning incense and it was very smelly and heavy smoke.

Thank Arie B
Reviewed 8 June 2014

There are two ways to reach the temple. Either walk up or take the chair lift up and walk down to the temple. We walked up and had a great time doing so with all the monkeys on the way. We carried an umbrella with...More

1  Thank Monika1958
Reviewed 28 April 2014

Hongfu Budhist Temple is on the mountain slope in Qianlingshan Park in downtown Guiyang. It is with a long history of over 300 years. The way to the temple is not easy as one have to climb the mountain with many steps, but the scenery...More

Thank Advisor-GuizhouChina
Reviewed 27 April 2014

The temple is situated in Qianling park and the combination of these two makes it the place to visit in Guiyang. We took the chairlift to the top of the mountain and had to go down quite a bit to the temple. No signs pointing...More

1  Thank JPDeM
Reviewed 30 May 2012

We had a lot of fun here, there are two moutains to climb up here. One is called White Elephant and the other has a temple at the top. I have never seen so many stairs in my life, the hike is very steep and...More

1  Thank JenniferAnneMakar
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