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Qingyun Temple

Qingyun Temple

4.4/5113 Reviews
Temple
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.
Chengdong Mosque

Chengdong Mosque

4.1/512 Reviews
Mosque
Longmu Imperial Ancestral Temple

Longmu Imperial Ancestral Temple

4.6/5784 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.
The Memorial Temple of Lord Bao (South Gate)

The Memorial Temple of Lord Bao (South Gate)

3.9/57 Reviews
Temple
Liuzu (Six Ancestors) Temple

Liuzu (Six Ancestors) Temple

4.6/539 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.
Foshan Ancestral Temple

Foshan Ancestral Temple

4.5/51,406 Reviews
Temple
Temple
8:30-18:00 (Local time)
Foshan Ancestral Temple is located in the center of downtown Foshan City, surrounded by a bustling commercial zone and convenient transportation options. It has a long history beginning in the Yuanfeng period of the Northern Song Dynasty, and is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Foshan. The Foshan Ancestral Temple includes ancient temple complexes like the Confucius Temple, Huang Feihong Memorial Hall and the Yewen Pavillion. Aside from the traditional Lingnan buildings, you can also enjoy lion dance performances and martial arts performances.
Guoen Temple

Guoen Temple

4.6/5165 Reviews
Temple
First built in the first year of the Hongdao Reign Period, Guoen Temple has a long history and was the hometown of Huineng, the Sixth Ancestor of Chan and the place where he died. Guoen Temple, Guangxiao Temple in Guangzhou and Nanhua Temple in Shaoguan are collectively known as the three major ancestral temples of Chinese Zen. Eminent Japanese monks even called it "the earliest ancestral temple." The temple was built beside mountains, and many of its features remain as they were in the Tang Dynasty. The architectural style south of the Five Ridges was added through considerate planning. With quiet and beautiful surroundings, the temple has seen countless worshipers for thousands of years and is the best destination for pilgrimage.
Chen Clan Ancestral Hall

Chen Clan Ancestral Hall

4.5/52,198 Reviews
Temple
8:30-17:30 (Local time)
The Chen Clan Ancestral Hall, also known as the "Chen Clan Academy", is where the Guangdong Folk Art Museum is located. Construction for the Chen Clan Ancestral Hall began in 1888. It was a temple built by the Chen family in Guangdong. It is representative of the Lingnan architectural tradition, incorporating all five classical types of sculptures. It is truly a magnificent work of craftsmanship. In the museum, there are also lots of traditional art styles, including Yue embroidery, Guangfu furniture, and so on. It is a wonderful place to learn more about traditional culture.
Sacred Heart Cathedral

Sacred Heart Cathedral

4.5/51,211 Reviews
Church
Monday-Friday 8:30-11:30, admission stop at 11:30 , 14:30-17:30, admission stop at 17:30 , Saturday-Sunday 8:30-17:00, admission stop at 17:00 (Local time)
The Sacred Heart Cathedral is a Catholic church in the Diocese of Guangzhou. Now it has become a classic representative of Guangzhou's exotic customs. At the front of the church there are a pair of towering stone twin spires. There are four big bronze bells from France in the middle of the tower. The arched domes, stained glass windows, and lattice windows in the church are all charismatic elements in the Catholic Church.
Baolin Temple

Baolin Temple

4.9/58 Reviews
Temple
Baolin Temple is located on Zhenshan Street in Sihui City, Zhaoqing, Guangdong. Its history stretches back nearly 1000 years. The strong fragrance of incense fills the air and there are many worshipers. The temple master often goes outside to say a prayer. The temple building is in the architectural style of the Song dynasty with its front gate, main hall and wings, and while gazing from the outside visitors can feel the temple's ancient changing history.
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