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Wannian Temple

4.5/5
446 Reviews
Temple
Liked by 3
Business Suspended Business hours TBA
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Under the Guanxinling of Emei Mountain Scenic Spot, Emeishan City, Leshan City
Phone: 0833-5090146 400-8196-333

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Wannian Temple is one of the oldest ancient temples in Emei Mountain. It was founded in Jin and was called Puxian Temple. It was renamed Baishui Temple in Tang and was called Baishui Puxian Temple in Song Dynasty. The Emperor of the Shenshu sect, Zhu Xi, wrote the title "Shengshou Wannian Temple" in the Ming Dynasty. Built in the Ming Wanli 28 (1600) of the Liangzhubian Hall (P5), is built by Emperor Wanli for his mother Zhushou. The hall is high 17.12 meters, with a semicircular hollow dome on the top, a square base on the bottom, shaped like a yurt, symbolizing the heavenly circle. On the four walls of the hall, the Wanli Buddha surrounds. In the center of the hall, there is a bronze-cast white elephant renza Puxian bodhisattva, weighing about 62 tons. In the "Ganyu Building" of the Wannian Temple, the three treasures of the Zhen Temple are enshrined: the Buddha's teeth, the Baye Sutra and the Wanli Gold seal, and the major Buddhist events and commemorative festivals are only exhibited.

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  • Sara S
    Sara S
    buenos aires
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    Historic beautiful temple.

    Great historic site. Lots of stairs. Lot to get to the cablecar. Lot after it. And 100 more to get to the temple itself. Some 200 in all. Steep path. If you struggle with stairs, this site ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1560363139000+0800)/
  • John and Deb K
    John and Deb K
    Karratha, Australia
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    Wonderful Trip

    We took the cable car up to this temple and it was a majestic ride. The Teample is the oldest temple on Emei Mountain famous for its 62 tonne bronze statue of Puxian on a white elephant. Don't forget ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1539101507000+0800)/
  • Pam Q
    Pam Q
    Adelaide, Australia
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    More than just a visit to another temple

    Our private Travel China Guide tour included a visit to Mt Emei - brilliant. Combined beautiful plants, unusual temples, a stunning cable car ride up to Wannian Temple, a shuttle bus ride up a steep m...

    Reviewed on /Date(1530814166000+0800)/
  • LeeR181
    LeeR181
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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    Best old Buddhist temple around, off the beaten track!

    We stopped here on the way back from our stay at Emeishan. It is a short drive away, maybe 30 minutes or so to the village where you park the car. You must hike for about 20 minutes through the tea ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1505553568000+0800)/
  • sunecao
    sunecao
    Guangzhou, Guangdong
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    Cool temple! Very different from others I've seen.

    The architecture is quite different from other temples I've visited (though I'm not an expert). The scenery is awesome - there was fog in the morning that wrapped around the mountain making if feel li...

    Reviewed on /Date(1488187453000+0800)/

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Introduction

Wannian Temple is located in the heart of Emei Mountain. It is one of the eight temples of Mount Emei. It was built in the DongJin Dynasty and has a long history. It was originally named Puxian Temple. It was named "Shengshou Wannian Temple" during the Ming Dynasty. The Beamless Hall in the temple were made up of brick structures, were built by the Wanli Emperor for his mother's birthday. In the "Xingyuan Building" in the temple, the Buddha's Tooth, the Bayeux and the Wanli Golden Seal are the treasures that tourists definitly don‘t want to miss.
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