Originally built during the Tang dynasty (618-907 AD) this still functioning temple rates as one of Xiamen's most popular ... More
Originally built during the Tang dynasty (618-907 AD) this still functioning temple rates as one of Xiamen's most popular attractions. Over the years, it has gone through many renovations including the 1936 addition of the Pavilion. Buddhist scriptures, Buddha images, ivory sculptures, bronze bells and a massive lotus pond are the main features of the temple. Despite its influx of tourists, the resident monks pray and function as if in complete solitude. A vegetarian restaurant is on site.
Great place to visit. Lots of incense and gold Buddhas. Join the crowd tossing coins at incriptions in the rock; if your coin sticks you get a year's good luck! (If it doesn't then bad luck I guess, starting with losing your coin.) All for only 3 RMB.
If the body yearns for a quick escape from downtown Xiamen's busy, building lined streets, this lush park is the
perfect answer. A fan of footpaths wanders through the park's tropical landscape of palm trees and ferns, wildly colored ...
Unlike most other aquariums in China that have all the aquatic diversity of a common carp pond, this fish center
is actually quite impressive. More than 10,000 aquatic creatures lodge here including eels, starfish, Amazon piranhas, and color happy ...
A three star accommodation next to the Temple of Heaven on Second Ring Road, in the Chongwen District, Peixin Hotel
Beijing offers an enticing blend of comfort, convenient location, and quality service with a smile. The contemporarily designed structure ...
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