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Nanputuo Temple

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Nanputuo Temple

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No.515 Siming South Road, Siming District, Xiamen 361005 China
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Fujian Tulou One Day Tour (Ex Xiamen)
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Fujian Tulou One Day Tour (Ex Xiamen)

One of our most popular tours to Fujian Tulou, the world heritage site. This tour covers some of the most famous Tulou including Tianluokeng Tulou Cluster, Yuchanglou and Taxia Village, also the less well-known but authentic Shiqiao Village. All tours are private tour with private car and local English-speaking tour guide.
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Karin H wrote a review Sep 2020
Shenzhen, China801 contributions54 helpful votes
Unfortunately when we visited there, it was partially under renovation, so some house have been closed for visitors. Also the access to the botanical garden was closed I’m not sure if this is because of COVID-19. A few years back when I visited the temple the first time the gate was open. I like this temple because it’s not over crowded and also the decoration is a mix between the traditional Chinese decor and a modern touch. I find it calming to go there, but in these days there is a lot of entrances procedure with health code and showing the passport.
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Date of experience: September 2020
ROCruiser wrote a review May 2020
Claremont, California4,506 contributions360 helpful votes
We were taken here by our private tour guide on our first day of the tour. I found this surprisingly pretty as a Buddhist temple without the mess and crowds. The lotus pond right in front just made the place even more serene. We did not hike up the hill since it looked like a climb that we shouldn't challenge. This temple is in the city so I assume it's easy to get to.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Fred T wrote a review Jan 2020
Reno, Nevada723 contributions197 helpful votes
There was no fee to enter. There are several Buddhist buildings at the lower level of the complex. Once past those, one can start climbing steps to go up the hillside. There are some viewpoints along the way. There are some smaller buildings on the hill. We liked that there were no vendors trying to sell us stuff. There are lots of trees for shade. We are not sure what is at the top of the hill (might be an entry to the Wanshi botanical garden).
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Date of experience: December 2019
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YKPng wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore405 contributions36 helpful votes
A tourist's place for anyone going to xiamen. 1 to 2 hours would be enough. No entrance fee. Near to Zhongshan Road.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Lynn K wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore19 contributions3 helpful votes
A nice temple to visit. But crowded w local visitors. There are people selling fish food to feed the tortoises and fishes in the pond.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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