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I wandered around this temple on a morning in early Fall, and it could not have been more pleasant. It's stunning, and in an area with lots of street food vendors so you can totally grab a snack when you're done.
It took less than...More
We stopped here as on our guided tour. It was very peaceful and tranquil here and really enjoyed the history we learned about the temple. We did the tea ceremony here which was a wonderful experience! Highly recommended!
This ancient confusion temple is a must see for visitors to Shanghai and it gives you a small window in to ancient history when Asia was the World and asian philosophers were leading the world in thinking and analysing the nature of human existance.
While this is not a huge temple, size-wise, it has a lot of spiritual significance for the Chinese. A wonderful place to come if you are student of Confucian philosophy. There is a popular book fair in the front courtyard each week. There are large...More
Provides a nice insight to the thinking and important part of getting at historic Chinese culture and its continues relevance today.
The temple is a quiet and relatively uncrowded place, peaceful. It could do with more information on its historical relevance and today's context.
The temple was lively and definitely worth a stop. The library was really interesting. The highlight was the tea sampling you can do near the entrance. It’s 30rmb at the time of writing and definitely worth it.
After changing metro and finally reach Huangpu District, we tread along the alley looking for a quick lunch on the way to the Confusious Temple. The building architectual is ancient and we are glad to make our prayer on such a peaceful afternoon.
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It is not easy to find a taxi at the Temple, but you can walk one short street to busy Fuxing Road, where it would be easier to hail a taxi. The distance to your destination is about 18 km, and unless there is heavy traffic... More
It is not easy to find a taxi at the Temple, but you can walk one short street to busy Fuxing Road, where it would be easier to hail a taxi. The distance to your destination is about 18 km, and unless there is heavy traffic my rough estimate would be 50 - 60 RMB