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Sihui

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About Sihui

Sihui City is located on the lower part of the Sui River, a tributary of the Pearl River, in western Guangdong. The area is called Sihui (“four meetings”) because four separate rivers combine within its boundaries. The Zhenshan Scenic Area, originally called Guangzhenshan, is located in the western part of Sihui. The name was changed to Zhenshan (“Purity Mountain”) because, according to legend, a chaste woman surnamed Wen became a divinity here. Zhenshan offers beautiful scenery throughout the year during every season and is a great spot for a vacation. Sihui also has ancient sites like the Liuzu Temple and the Baolin Ancient Temple (宝林古寺).

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Qishi River
4.3/5
499 Reviews
Waterfall
Forest
Qishi River is a multi-functional tourism area that combines natural resources such as strange mountains, strange water and strange stones, integrates sightseeing, leisure, entertainment, vacation, food, and shopping. It has a unique landform, a superior natural environment and beauty. At present, the main scenic spots are: the 10 mile strange stone river, the Culture Gallery, and Yinlong Waterfall.
Zhenshan
4.2/5
82 Reviews
Mountain
Zhenshan is found to the west of Sihui City. During the Tang Dynasty, Zhenshan was originally named Guangzheng Mountain. It was renamed Zhenshan because of the saying "Wenzhennv was became a fairy here." Zhenshan is famous for the Lingnan culture. In addition to its unique natural landscape, Zhenshan has a lot to do with the legend of the Wen village Immortal. The mountains and valleys are peaceful and the clouds can be seen rising and falling around the mountains. The valley enjoys a quiet, relaxing atmosphere throughout the year and perfect for walks along the trails. The mountains and rocks give a sense of tranquility and relaxation.
Sihui Mountain Water Amusement Park
4.1/5
94 Reviews
Water Park
The Sihui Mountain Water Amusement Park is located within Sihui City's famed Zhenshan Scenic Area. It's adjacent to Liuzu Temple, a sacred Buddhist site just 10 minutes away. The park currently has the following projects: A special farm food and beverage project, a European villa, a creative farm-industry park and a Multan-themed recreation park (currently being improved). The style of the park is that of a simple, unadorned but elegant mountain village accompanied by Jiangnan-style and continental European structures.
Liuzu (Six Ancestors) Temple
4.6/5
42 Reviews
Temple
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.

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Sihui Weather

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12 Jul 2020
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13 Jul 2020
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14 Jul 2020
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15 Jul 2020
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