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It's definitely one of the landmarks in Foshan. If you come visit Foshan and only have one day. This is one of the places you should go. Really nice architecture. And there is lion dance show everyday. It's located in the city centre, so you...More
The place had a traditional vibe with very nice architecture. There are exhibitions of memorabilia related to Wong Feihung and Ip Man. There are scheduled performances of the various martial arts with origin in Foshan and some lion dances as well, albeit too commercialized.
Enjoyed our visit very much , it is so easy to reach the temple as it is close to the metro. The Lion dance was awesome to watch aswell as the Kung Fu show. Some very interesting buildings to visit inside the temple complex.
Easily reached on the metro Guang Fo line to Zumaio this temple complex hosts three martial art dancing performances a day at 10 am 2.15 pm and a later one, but best to get there early for the show. The temple is exquisite and full...More
The spiritual home of martial art Wing Chun. Exhibition pays homage to Ip Man and his more famous student Bruce Lee. Also a beautiful display of bonsai, interesting temple and buildings, and shows with drumming and dancing lions with amazing acrobatics.
The lion dance is hands down incredible.
The museum itself is really detailed, well maintained and overall very enjoyable.
If you're spending a few days in foshan this is a really good place to visit for 3 hours. You must watch the lion dance!
A very unique temple with lot of history and much special construction details related to the authentic Chinese religion. Besides, the entrance ticket including the visit to Huang Feihong museum who was the Kung Fu master during the end of Ching dynasty as well as...More