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Walked about 1km from the subway station to get to this place of worship. Could see a number of monks walking in the temple - possibly living in the quarters surrounding the temple. Quite a few were praying inside the temple. Nice architecture. Nothing outstanding...More
In April, I went to a buddist temple called Fayuan Si,I saw a lot and view a lot there.
Fayuan temple has a long history.Firstly, Fayuan Temple is located in Jiao Zi Alleyway,which is remembered by people because of a story.Once upon a time,there was...More
FaYuan Temple offers a piece of peace in fast-paced Beijing! For lay people without Buddhist certificate, admission is 5 Chinese dollars (like US$1). It is a medium sized yard with a few Buddhist halls. Each has different Buddha figures. I’m raised Christian but I still...More
I give one star hoping no more tourists come here to disturb the tranquility of the temple. Can't believe near the center of Beijing city, there is such a peaceful and calming temple where young monks are studying inside. Tourists, don't come.
Far away from the crowds, rarely visited by tourists, is this peaceful old temple. It's not difficult to get to - about 15 minutes walk through the hutong from the nearest subway station (Caishikou). You experience a Buddhist Temple as it should be, and if...More
This temple is a bit out of the main tourist attractions (line 4, Caishikou exit D and then quite a long walk) and it's not particularly beautiful although very old and historic. I found my visit worthwhile because I happened to be there when Buddhist...More
It's a 1 km walk (15min) from exit D of the Caishikou metro station on line 4. This is active Buddhist temple and you'll see monks strolling the grounds and worshipers burning incense. Most exhibit areas are closed, thus I think there is reduced gate...More
Born and bred in Beijing, the temple is not far from where I live. there is a huge playground in front of the entrance, where children are playing and the elderly are playing chess or walking dogs. the entrance fee is 10 RMB (Worth for...More
Toured the Fayuan Temple, Ox Mosque and surrounding muslim neighborhood with tour guide Peter Zhao (email@example.com). This was my second time using Peter. Using Peter allows for a fully customizable day at your own pace inexpensively. The Temple is very interesting to a Westerner because...More
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