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Address: Qingjiao Village, Haicang Town, Haicang District, Xiamen 361027, China
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Phone Number: 0592-5318858
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Feeling of great accomplishment when reached the top

Definitely the longest stairs I had walked to reach the top. People were saying that it is around 800 steps. Honestly, my legs were trembling before I reached the top. Needs... read more

4 of 5 starsReviewed October 1, 2013
Hanabanna23
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Miami, Florida
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 30, 2016

This temple honors the Song Dynasty medicine man, Wutao (吴夲), who was born in 979 A.D. just north of Xiamen. It seems that his skill so so good that he cured the mother of Emperor Song Renzong (宋is skill is仁宗), by reading her pulse via thread - this is the highest sill that that chinese legends often mention. This place... More 

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 11, 2014

The palace was built in honour of Wu Ben, a "medical saint", and the statues and wall mural depict his life. Most of the information plaques are also in English, but we benefited hugely from having a local guide. We didn't attempt the climb to the statue (some 800 steps) towering above the site; it was very warm even in... More 

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4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 1, 2013

Definitely the longest stairs I had walked to reach the top. People were saying that it is around 800 steps. Honestly, my legs were trembling before I reached the top. Needs to rest in between stairs to catch my breath. ha ha ha. . . Anyways, the effort was well worth it. Along the stairs was decorated with famous statues... More 

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