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Daming Temple

No.1 Pingshantang, Shugangzhongfeng, Yangzhou 225002, China
+86 514 8730 8999
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Pleasant enough but not up to expectations

This temple is set in large grounds which include a lake and a pagoda. Contrary to the reviews of... read more

Reviewed 27 March 2017
CorshamRay
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Corsham, United Kingdom
An amazing wood structure

This amazing Buddhist Temple is a real attraction in Yangzhou,China.it is a great piece of Chinese... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2016
asifjah
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Lahore, Pakistan
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  • Excellent42%
  • Very good36%
  • Average19%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
27 Mar 2017
“Pleasant enough but not up to expectations”
12 Dec 2016
“An amazing wood structure”
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No.1 Pingshantang, Shugangzhongfeng, Yangzhou 225002, China
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

This temple is set in large grounds which include a lake and a pagoda. Contrary to the reviews of 2014 and 2013, I found it well maintained and quite smart. Compared to other temples we've visited, I thought the temple buildings were not as impressive...More

Thank CorshamRay
Reviewed 13 December 2016

This amazing Buddhist Temple is a real attraction in Yangzhou,China.it is a great piece of Chinese architecture.

Thank asifjah
Reviewed 2 May 2016

I enjoyed the visit here. The gardens were beautiful and despite the crowds it was peaceful. There were several people praying and lighting candles in the one courtyard we were in. It was interesting to see the different religious and cultural practices. We were only...More

Thank Jaboda
Reviewed 15 April 2016

Daming temple is a wonderful site to visit. Absolutely worth a visit. Take your time and respect the culture. We found it to be inspiring and lots of great photo opportunities. I strongly recommend this to any tourists, especially those of us from Western Cultures....More

Thank purcelin
Reviewed 27 February 2016

if history and a understanding of OLD China..this site is a Must I would recommend to any traveler. Repect, that is an religious site also

Thank yrret02
Reviewed 24 February 2016 via mobile

Ewe to Daming temple after exit from North gate of Slender west lake.Entry ticket is expensive at 30 RmB..Temple is like any other Buddhist temple in China.Nothing great,

1  Thank Deepthots
Reviewed 13 April 2015

Daming temple is one of the most ancient temple in China, about 1500 years old ascending to South Dynasty. And it's flourishing in Tang Dynasty after Master Jianzhen took a east sea journey to Japan to preast Buhdism. In song dynasty, one of the literary...More

Thank Cecilia O
Reviewed 3 June 2014

This temple is extremely large. However, it does not seem to be maintained well. Plants are withering all over the temple. Next, the temple requires both an entrance fee, and a fee which is needed to be paid, if you wish to visit the pagoda,...More

3  Thank Ng_Wesley
Reviewed 15 September 2013

The big Pagoda seems to be the highlight of this location, unless you want to pray. The temple areas were not in good repair, and neither was the garden lake area. They did seem to be working on some areas, and I hope they maintain...More

Thank MrJoeG
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