Temple of the Eight Immortals (Ba Xian An) is a true hidden gem of a place, beautiful architecture will surely win you over.
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Yet another temple with deities galor. Always nice to by some incense sticks to remember 'absent friends' and place the in the appropriate pit to smoulder. Be respectful. Peaceful and spiritual with a small amount of display boards in poor American English (you'd think they...More
Cost: 3 to 2 to 20 tickets per month, a crown incense, such as security incense. $ 20, including signatures. The symbol of peace is like a $ 10. Environment: the environment is simple, well-protected, a large number of inscriptions, this time there is no...More
An interesting temple dedicated to the Eight Immortals. The temple is nicely laid out and generally not too busy. Enter through the main gate and it's the second central building you come upon that houses the Eight Immortals. Great if your visiting with children or...More
I am told by Chinese friends living in Xi'an this is not an especially popular attraction for foreign tourists, but it ought to be! Had the pleasure of witnessing a not very common ceremony where thanks were being given for a deed the religious leaders...More
Just a small relaxing temple in Xi'an. Someone who worked/lived/worshiped there shared a small sweet snack with us. Its always a more enjoyable time when you can connect with someone! Its a good visit if you have time, but not a must.
While in Xian check out this Temple very old and under a little restoration but what is not ids nice to see....Located in a very busy part of the City many many tourists and quite crowed with tons of people A well worth weaving thru...More
The local Taoism temple is normally not listed as an attraction for foreign tourists under standard tour plan. A little knowledge on Taoism could be interesting. You can consider visit it if you really have spare time and do not know where to go.
Do not visit the temple on the first month of the lunar year, it will be very crowed. But it is nice to visit it duaring week days, quite and sacred, especially there is an interesting wall full of Chinese stands for happiness, hope and...More
this is a very local daoism temple .very few foreigners can find it.it is better to go there with local friend or tour guide . most daoism monks are wearing blue or white all year around.long hair .morning class start 9a m and afternoon class...More