In a small line, it is difficult to find, the building is basically new, if not the Buddhist, there is no need to go.
There are four major Buddhist "jungles" in Guangzhou. Haizhu Temple ranks first due to the emergence of high-ranking monks and other reasons. Among them, natural monks, monks at the end of the Ming Dynasty, once served as abbots in the temple to promote the Dharma. When the sister of the natural monk came to the machine, he founded Wuzhuan, a bhikkhuni monastery with a long history.
This temple, in the alleys of the busy city, has an elegant, clean and beautiful environment. Clean and clean. The temple is open to the public on the fifteenth day of the first fifteenth day. It is worth mentioning that the vegetarian lunch provided before the fifteenth day of the lunar new year is really delicious. It makes people feel lingering.
Although this temple is smaller in size, it is quiet and clean. It's a place to find the secret to win. Especially on the fifteenth day of the fifteenth day of the Lunar New Year's Day, the alms-giving to the believers at the luncheon is very good. Special reminder: The nunnery is only open to the public for half a day (in the morning) on the fifteenth day of the new year.
Hidden in the alleys of Lishuifang, Dezheng Middle Road, Guangzhou, only special festivals such as the first and fifteenth day are open. Compared with the neighboring houses, the palace-style buildings, yellow exterior walls, and green glazed tile roofs stand out.
Elegant, quiet and simple. A good place for self-cultivation.