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Address: Southern Slope of Shuangfeng Mountain, Wuchang District, Wuhan 430060, China
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Confusing but well worth it

I only saw a fraction of what's on offer at this temple as it's very confusing to get around. I arrived from the direction of the Yellow Crane Tower and so arrived at the new... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 17 August 2016
Jarko2015
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Fukuoka
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our tour bus passed this temple on the way to Yellow Crane Tower. I don't think it gets many tourists. Level upon level of ancient shrines, climbing up the hill, with a serious spiritual feeling despite the fact that it's now surrounded by tall, modern buildings. Note: entrance is not free, but costs 10 RMB per person.

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Sofia, Bulgaria
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 September 2016

Today I visited this beautiful temple complex. It's indeed very impressive and illuminating regarding the differences between Taoism and Buddhism. Unlike many Buddhist temples there's a lot of info in English. One can relish in the unique atmosphere and there are a lot of buildings, altars and frescoes to delight in. The monks one sees are very kind. However, all... More 

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 17 August 2016

I only saw a fraction of what's on offer at this temple as it's very confusing to get around. I arrived from the direction of the Yellow Crane Tower and so arrived at the new addition to the temple and left assuming I'd seen it all. I simply wasn't up for going back in the heat once I'd realised my... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 14 May 2016

This complex is large but compact. There are temples, book stores, some small grottoes and an interesting tea shop. There is an on-site vegetarian restaurant also and only 10 RMB for a meal. It is definitely less crowded than the Guiyan Buddhist Temple. Make sure you go to the new addition to the complex--you have to go out of the... More 

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Wuhan, China
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 November 2014 via mobile

Wonderful peaceful place. vegetarian restaurant attached is great too! I have happily returned many times to enjoy both.

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