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BeishansiNearby City

4.5/525 Reviews
Yunmen Temple

Yunmen TempleNearby City

4.5/5164 Reviews
8:00-17:00 (Local time)
Yunmen Temple is called the Yunmen Mountain Dajue Zen Temple. It is the birthplace of Yunmen Sect, one of the five branches of Zen Buddhism in China. The Yunmen Buddhism School created during this period is also a Buddhist research resort in Shaoguan. The temple was built around 923 AD and was built by the Wen Yan Master of Yunmen Sect. Due to its long history and symbolic significance, it has become one of the country's major temples.

YongfusiNearby City

4.4/57 Reviews
Longmu Imperial Ancestral Temple

Longmu Imperial Ancestral TempleNearby City

4.6/5786 Reviews
Taoist Temple
6:30-17:30 (Local time)
Longmu Imperial Ancestral Temple was built in the Qin and Han Dynasties and is associated with the Chen Family Temple in Guangzhou and Foshan Ancestral Temple. Together they are referred to as the “Three Treasures” of ancient Lingnan architecture. The building is designed in a way that reflects the characteristics of the watery area around it. The base of the temple is quite high, the floor inside and outside the hall covered in granite slabs. From the temple wafts the aroma of incense from the sticks which have been offered by devoted visitors.
Nanhua Temple

Nanhua TempleNearby City

4.6/5643 Reviews
8:00-17:00 (Local time)
Nanhua Temple is located on the bank of Caoxi River, 7 km southeast of Maba, Qujiang District, Shaoguan City. It is a famous Buddhist temple in China is the birthplace of the Southern Chan school of Buddhism, which was promoted by the Sixth Patriarch of Chan Buddhism, Huineng. Huineng's body is also buried here. Nanhua Temple is located at the foothills of the Baolin mountain rage. It was first built in the Northern and Southern Dynasties period and has a very long history. The treasure of the temple is the body of the sixth patriarch, Huineng, and many people come to the temple to pay respects.
Dragon Mother Temple

Dragon Mother TempleNearby City

4.2/5236 Reviews
Matsu Temple
The Dragon Mother was a female leader of the southern Baiyue nationality during the Warring States Period. The Dragon Mother, who is said to be the mother of the descendants of the dragon was widely venerated. Wuzhou is the Dragon Mother’s hometown. In order to commemorate her, during the Song dynasty the temple was built on the banks of Guijiang River just north of the city. Nowadays, it has become one of the most famous tourist spots in Wuzhou and even in southeast Guangxi. The temple features a brilliant exterior. It was rebuilt several times during the reign of Wanli of the Ming dynasty and the reign of Kangxi and Yongzheng of the Qing dynasty and is well worth a visit.
Liuzu (Six Ancestors) Temple

Liuzu (Six Ancestors) TempleNearby City

4.6/542 Reviews
With a history dating back more than 1,300 years, the Liuzu Temple was first built in the Tang Dynasty. It was most recently completely rebuilt during the 14th year of Qing Emperor Jiaqing. The design of the temple runs along a central axis with a main entrance, front hall, apse, left- and right-wing rooms and side alleys. The temple is encircled on all four sides by mountains. In the nearby mountains, there are many places and peaks whose names are related to the famous six ancestors that lend their names to the temple. Since its establishment in the Tang Dynasty, Liuzu Temple has attracted many devotees and pilgrims. On holidays, tourists flood the temple to pay homage. There is a constant flow of fragrant incense wafting up into the sky.
Zhishan Temple

Zhishan TempleNearby City

5/51 Reviews
The Yuen Yuen Taoist Temple Of Guangdong

The Yuen Yuen Taoist Temple Of GuangdongNearby City

4.5/5361 Reviews
Taoist Temple
8:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Yuen Yuen Taoist Temple Of Guangdong is the site of Guangdong Provincial Taoism College. The halls of the temple are grand and imposing. Of these halls, the main attraction is the Sanqing Hall, or the Hall of the Three Pure Ones. The deities consecrated here are Yuqing ("Lord of Primordial Beginning"), Shangqing ("Lord of the Numinous Treasure"), and Taiqing ("Lord of the Way and its Virtue"). The temple also encompasses a Garden of Virtue and Culture dedicated to Laozi. Its main feature is a 18.8 meter-high brass statue of Laozi.
Qingyun Temple

Qingyun TempleNearby City

4.4/5116 Reviews
Qingyun Temple is located in the the Dinghushan Scenic Area, Dinghu Lake, Zhaoqing City, built in the Chongzhen sixth year in the Ming dynasty. The temple has a symmetrical layout, composed of five major landscapes—the Weituo Hall, the Daxiong Hall, the Zhongzheng Room, the Pilu Hall, and the Pagoda Hall. The temple is famous for the wok that claims to feed a thousand people, a large bronze bell, and a white tea tree that is about 300 years old. Qingyun Temple has always been popular among visitors who can visit the cultural relics and monuments as well as eating Buddhist meals and worshiping the Buddhas. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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