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- Never seen a chinese temple like this. Gothic style like a cathedral yet, all the statues are chinese. The place is not a tourist hot site, so it’s relatively quiet when I went.
i wrote more on my personal blog magictraveljournal.comWritten 30 June 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you are into temples... I really suggest you to come here. Almost no tourists, just monks and believers. If outside is traffic, sounds, crazy sh*T going on, then inside the monastery you would be in totaly other world. So peaceful, calm, beautiful. I suggest you to go there, just to feel the buddhist spirit.Written 5 October 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was a great temple to visit, with many old buildings and shady courts. Spectacular hall of golden statues, and another hall with interesting Taoist visions of Hell.Written 18 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I only saw a fraction of what's on offer at this temple as it's very confusing to get around. I arrived from the direction of the Yellow Crane Tower and so arrived at the new addition to the temple and left assuming I'd seen it all. I simply wasn't up for going back in the heat once I'd realised my mistake. But... the new addition is a sight worthy of a visit on it's own and well worth it. The new temple is completely free to visit. It looks like a Disneyland idea of a temple, designed by the James Bond set designers. It's quite stunning and unlike any temple I've ever seen anywhere else in the world. You have to go through the back areas to see all the amazing stuff there is, but you're free to wander anywhere. I just wish I'd known I was only seeing a fraction of the complex. Plus, the new part is air conditioned! A huge boon in the Wuhan summer. It's a little off the metro map, but not too terrible a walk from Zhonghan Road on both Lines 2 & 4. Just be prepared to sweat!Written 17 August 2016
- Visible only from outside, the site appear to be under internal renovation. For this reason is not possible to enter and can be seen only from outside the fence.Written 20 September 2018
- Everything is new, but carefully designed and beautiful. Gardens are surprising and reminds me of Suzhou. Half of the buildings are living quarters for nuns, please respect their privacy. Entrance is west of the compound.Written 3 January 2017
- The entrance is free and you may enter to this church, but it`s not a church at all. It`s fake, as books there. When you`re there you don`t understand the meaning of building fake temple. If you`re religious and believe in God, it`s not the best place to pay visit.Written 13 January 2020
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