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Foshan Ancestral Temple

Foshan Ancestral Temple

4.5/51,415 Reviews
Temple
Temple
8:30-18:00 (Local time)
Foshan Ancestral Temple is located in the center of downtown Foshan City, surrounded by a bustling commercial zone and convenient transportation options. It has a long history beginning in the Yuanfeng period of the Northern Song Dynasty, and is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Foshan. The Foshan Ancestral Temple includes ancient temple complexes like the Confucius Temple, Huang Feihong Memorial Hall and the Yewen Pavillion. Aside from the traditional Lingnan buildings, you can also enjoy lion dance performances and martial arts performances.
Renshou Temple

Renshou Temple

4.4/5112 Reviews
Temple
Renshou Temple is located on 5 Zumiao Road, Chancheng District, Foshan City. Only hundreds of meters apart from Foshan Ancestral Temple, it is the site for Foshan Buddhist Association. Renshou Temple was built in Shunzhi 13th year (1656) in the Qing Dynasty by the master monk of the Tantric Church at Foshan Bay, the shop of the Guanyin Hall. Entering the temple, the first thing you can see is a seven-story octagonal pagoda. The main body of the pagoda is red, each section covered with green glazed tile. It is very spectacular. Here you can sit on the promenade, read the scriptures, or listen to monks chanting Buddhist sutras to feel peace of mind.
Nanhai Guanyin Temple

Nanhai Guanyin Temple

4.3/571 Reviews
Temple
8:00-17:00 (Local time)
Nanhai Guanyin Temple is located in the South China Taoyuan. The temple is backed by Phoenix Mountain and the surrounding environment is quiet. After many times of construction, the Nanhai Guanyin Temple is now magnificent and incense. Guanyin Temple in Nanhai is a three-storey palace-style temple with beautiful sculptures. There is also a release pool in front of the temple. When the summer comes, there is a blossoming lotus flower in it, which is full of fragrance and makes people forget to return.
Yanbu Viollon Church

Yanbu Viollon Church

4.7/519 Reviews
Church
Temple of Confucius

Temple of Confucius

4.4/584 Reviews
Temple
Confucius Temple is located in Zumiao Temple on Zumiao Road. The area originally included Confucius Temple, the reception hall, the governance hall, a small pagoda and the lotus pond garden. However, only the Confucius Temple is still well preserved, with no trace of the rest of the structures remaining. Idols in the temple include the stone bust of Confucius, which was re-carved according to the carvings of Confucius in the Confucius Temple in Qufu, Shandong. The left and right walls have a stone inscription reading "Confucius Temple Hall,” carved by the famous Tang Dynasty calligrapher Yu Shinan. The hall contains large, elegant carved hardwood screens.
Sacred Heart Cathedral

Sacred Heart Cathedral

4.5/51,233 Reviews
Church
Monday-Friday 8:30-11:30, admission stop at 11:30 , 14:30-17:30, admission stop at 17:30 , Saturday-Sunday 8:30-17:00, admission stop at 17:00 (Local time)
The Sacred Heart Cathedral is a Catholic church in the Diocese of Guangzhou. Now it has become a classic representative of Guangzhou's exotic customs. At the front of the church there are a pair of towering stone twin spires. There are four big bronze bells from France in the middle of the tower. The arched domes, stained glass windows, and lattice windows in the church are all charismatic elements in the Catholic Church.
Chen Clan Ancestral Hall

Chen Clan Ancestral Hall

4.5/52,222 Reviews
Temple
8:30-17:30 (Local time)
The Chen Clan Ancestral Hall, also known as the "Chen Clan Academy", is where the Guangdong Folk Art Museum is located. Construction for the Chen Clan Ancestral Hall began in 1888. It was a temple built by the Chen family in Guangdong. It is representative of the Lingnan architectural tradition, incorporating all five classical types of sculptures. It is truly a magnificent work of craftsmanship. In the museum, there are also lots of traditional art styles, including Yue embroidery, Guangfu furniture, and so on. It is a wonderful place to learn more about traditional culture.
Xiqiao Wong Tai Sin Temple Scenic Area

Xiqiao Wong Tai Sin Temple Scenic Area

4.3/555 Reviews
Taoist Temple
8:30-17:30 (Local time)
Surrounded by mountains and waters, Xiqiao Wong Tai Sin Temple Scenic Area covers an extensive area with extraordinary planning and majestic architecture. It is a combination of traditional architecture and modern technology. It combines the essence of Xiqiao Mountain and is surrounded by clouds. The paintings in the temple are empty and the strokes are delicate. The various beasts, characters, flowers and birds seem to be alive, adding a lot to the Wong Tai Sin Temple.
Xishan Temple

Xishan Temple

4.4/563 Reviews
Temple
Guangxiao Temple

Guangxiao Temple

4.5/5334 Reviews
Temple
6:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Guangxiao Temple is constructed with meticulous architecture highlighted by magnificent temples that symbolize the essence of the Chinese Zen culture. The main building was built in the main hall of the Eastern Jin Dynasty and contains three giant Buddha statues that are Sakyamuni. Together the three Busshas are collectively called the "Huayan Sanshou". There are two halls within the building. The left is dedicated to the Xzang Bodhisattva and the right is dedicated to Guan Gong. In addition if you go down the side hall located on the west side of the main hall you will see where the Sakyamuni Buddha's reclining phase is enshrined. The legend that has been handed down is that when Sakyamuni was ill, he was held in this position with his right hand holding the head and his eyes closed while lying under the Salo twin trees.
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