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I found myself with a spare hour over the weekend and had a chance to visit here. It was a very nice diversion from a day filled with meetings and allowed me to sit and breathe a bit. There is no charge to enter and...More
It was a typical temple in the middle of the city. The good thing for each tourist, there was no admission fee!
It's always nice to see the buildings and roofs of the temples with their ornaments. This temple has a lot of bonsai style...More
This famous temple is near my childhood home and carries a special significance in my memory. People come here to get their blessings. Very well known for the local people. This is where they'd come to worship, and to memorize their ancestors.
Very well conserves temple. You can see perfectly how they used to live at that time and which is the daily use. There are explanations everywhere about each building and room and their use in the past. Totally recomended if you come to Ningbo city.
We went to the pagoda several years ago, on one of the hottest days of the summer. It is possible that I would give it a higher rating if we hadn't been so miserable from the heat--and from near-exhaustion after climbing to the highest point....More
Ningbo Qita Si, or Seven Pagodas Temple is one of the most peaceful places I've been to. It is a real Buddhist temple with nothing commercial (just a nominal charge for entrance ticket), not like in main cities in China. Tranquil atmosphere and real Buddhist...More
This temple is mainly for it is a very spiritual place, very peaceful.
a bit far to reach, so try not to go or to be returning back during traffic hours.
Very colorful temple, with very nice gardens, benches, lakes and turtles.
Try not to...More