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Our first Taoist temple and it impressed us. Interesting pavilions and statues, clear information in both Chinese and English and big courtyard areas. Easy to access at the back of Cultural park (exit and turn right)
This is an older park, and not as well kept up, but door fee sure didn't reflect that. I was told it was a must visit, but I would say 2nd tier priority at best. Park is run down, houses some traditional Chinese building architectures,...More
... in the middle of Chengdu. As others have remarked, while Buddhist temples are a dime-a-dozen in China, readily accessible Taoist ones are rare gems. For a deep explanation of what you're seeing, rent the guide by the name of Haba (see my review of...More
Despite visiting with subway construction going on right outside the temple complex, the ancient Taoist temple complex is a lovely, tranquil space. Buddhist temples are a dime a dozen in China, but Taoist temples far more rare.
Qingyang Palace is just three kilometres far from the city centre and is a nice place to spend half a day in Chengdu. It is open from 08:30 in the morning until 6:00 in the afternoon, the fee is just 10RMb .
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From the nearest metro, you turn left along walking street for around 200 metres then turn right to get through the park.
Once in that park, head southwest and find the nearest exit. From there, it's a few steps to Qingyang temple entrance. Pay for...More
When we entered the attraction and paid the 10RMB entrance fee, and we didn’t think much of the place as it looks as though it is in need of repairs. However, when you walk past the entrance, we were pleasantly surprised at how expansive the...More
Also known as Qingyang Taoist Temple. Pleasantly surprised that it was not crowded at all compared to the surrounding streets. It is a temple, so respect must be given while walking around. It was beautifully taken care of and very quiet. English writing was under...More
The view from its front facade, one might had thought it’s a small Taoist temple. However upon entering and touring around, it was quite a large temple complex. Went on a Saturday afternoon and the place was tranquil and there wasn’t much of a crowd....More