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Mt. Fengshan Temple Tourist Area

Mt. Fengshan Temple Tourist Area

4.3/5179 Reviews
Matsu Temple
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Mt. Fengshan Temple Tourist Area is located on the bank of Pinqing Lake in the east of Shanwei City. It is surrounded by the seaside avenue leading to the city center and is located on the east island of Yuci. The Mt. Fengshan Temple built in the Nine Years of Ming Chongzhen (before 1636 AD), and later expanded during the Qing Emperor Qianlong period. The incense has continued for centuries. The Mt. Fengshan Temple is not only a famous scenic spot in Shanwei City, but also a place where the people of eastern Guangdong and coastal fishermen worship the Mazu. There are many folk customs in the tourist area, including Tianhou Pavilion, Bell and Drum Tower, Mazu Stone Statue, and Mazu Shengtang Museum in Fengshan Park.
Anmei Ancestral Temple

Anmei Ancestral Temple

4.5/517 Reviews
Matsu Temple
Xuanwu Mountain (Yuanshan Temple)

Xuanwu Mountain (Yuanshan Temple)

4.6/5102 Reviews
Temple
8:30-17:00 (Local time)
Xuanwu Mountain Tourist Area is located in the northern suburb of Lufeng Lanshi Town. It is close to the South China Sea Shishi Bay. It is a beautiful religious sanctuary and scenic spot. There are mainly scenic spots such as Yuanshan Temple and Longmen Stone in the scenic area. Among them, Yuanshan Temple is especially famous. It is a place of religious activities where the two religions are united. The Yuanshan Temple was built on the mountain. The temple enshrines the gods and Buddha statues of the Arctic Zhenwu Yuantian, Shijiabu, and the Buddha. The temple was built in the first year of Jianyan in the Southern Song Dynasty and was expanded in the Ming Dynasty. It is an ancient architectural complex with Lingnan architectural style of the Ming Dynasty.
Tianhou Temple

Tianhou Temple

4.1/5162 Reviews
Matsu Temple
Open all day (Local time)
Tianhou Palace is located in the Xunliao Bay Tourism Resort in Huizhou. It was built in the late Qing Dynasty and has a history of more than 400 years. After the repair, the two-story Tianhou Palace is still full of joss sticks. Matsu is a folk deity that people in the coastal areas admire very much. It is said that whenever someone is in danger in the sea, Matsu will appear to save people. Tianhou Palace is not large. Tourists who come here mostly pray for safety or pay respect to this ancient temple and appreciate the Matsu culture of the Huizhou people. The historic and cultural commercial street where Tianhou Palace is located has many special products. There is also a food street next to it, which is a place well worth visiting.
Wong Tai Sin Temple

Wong Tai Sin Temple

4.4/5940 Reviews
Temple
Wong Tai Sin Temple 7:00-17:00;Cong Xinyuan, Taisui Yuanchen Hall, Main office 8:00-17:00 (Local time)
Wong Tai Sin Temple, located on the southern side of Lion Rock in the north of Kowloon, is one of the many famous temples in Hong Kong. A devout ensemble of halls, shrines, pavilions, and altars, this bustling temple is a destination for all walks of Hong Kong society, from pensioners and business people to parents and young professionals. Fortune tellers occupy dozens of tiny booths in an arcade to the southeast of the main complex. Set behind the temple are the Good Wish Gardens, with decorative pavilions, bridges, and carp pools. Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of Hong Kong's busiest and most interesting temples.
Dapeng Dongshan Temple

Dapeng Dongshan Temple

4.5/595 Reviews
Temple
Dongshan Temple is located on Pengfei Road, Dapeng Town, New Dapeng District, Shenzhen City. The temple building was constructed with concrete, the outer walls with architectural concrete, and the roof with yellow glazed roof tiles. The temple has four sections along the mountain, each of which is separated from the next by a well. Attractions include Dashan Entrance, Tianwang Palace, Daxiongbao Palace, and Book Room. It is a great place to learn about Buddhist culture.
St. John's Cathedral

St. John's Cathedral

4.3/5221 Reviews
Church
Saturday and Sunday 7:00-19:30; Monday, Tuesday, Friday 7:00-18:00; Wednesday 7:00-18:30; Thursday 7:00-17:00; public holiday 9:00 -16:00 (Local time)
Man Mo Temple

Man Mo Temple

4.2/5163 Reviews
Temple
8:00-18:00, first day, fifteenth and birthday 7:00-18:00. (Local time)
One of Hong Kong’s oldest temples and a declared monument, atmospheric Man Mo Temple is dedicated to the gods of literature and of war. Built in 1847 during the Qing dynasty by wealthy Chinese merchants, Man Mo Temple was, besides a place of worship, a court of arbitration for local disputes when trust was thin between local residents and colonial authorities. Located in Sheung Wan, Man Mo Temple stands in stark contrast to the bustling business district surrounding it. Man Mo Temple is typical of traditional Chinese folk architecture. It is decorated with pottery, granite, wood carving, and murals, which show exquisite traditional craftsmanship.
Hongfa Temple

Hongfa Temple

4.6/576 Reviews
Temple
6:00-18:00 (Local time)
Nestled amidst the peaceful serenity of the Shenzhen Xianhu Botanical Garden, Hongfa Temple is located against the backdrop of Wutong Mountain’s “green heart and lungs” in Shenzen and looks out upon the beauty of Xianhu Lake. The scenery surrounding the temple is breathtaking and makes for a one-of-a-kind experience that is not the be missed! The temple, which was constructed in 1985, has a relatively short history, but it has already become a legendary location among local residents. On the 1st and 15th, countless throngs of believers visit Hongfa Temple to pay their respects to Buddha and to ceremonially burn incense. It’s a short stroll from Xianhu Botanical Garden to reach the temple and the walk is highlighted by impressive sights such as Tianwang Hall, Main Hall and the Tripitaka Building.
Masiyan Temple

Masiyan Temple

4.2/518 Reviews
Temple
Masiyan Temple is located in the east foot of Mashan Mountain, west side of Chiwei Street, Puning City, Jieyang. It is relatively ancient currently reserved in Puning, which was founded in the Tang Dynasty. This temple was said to be the dojo originally built by Da Dian, an eminent monk during the Tang Dynasty, and then went through several destructions and restorations. The current temple is a composite building re-built and maintained successively in dynasties after the Qing Emperor Qianlong, consisting of the main hall and two sided wings.
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