Baiyun Taoist Temple of Lanzhou

Baiyun Taoist Temple of Lanzhou

Baiyun Taoist Temple of Lanzhou
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Jarko2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,757 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Solo
The photos that have been uploaded to this listing are of the temple located in Baitashan Park, about mid way from the street entrance to the park to the White Pagoda Temple. In fact, the "Baiyun Taoist Temple" isn't on any map either, as it's universally known as the White Cloud Temple. If you can figure all that out from this poor listing by TripAdvisor, the white cloud temple is a must see in Lanzhou without a doubt. It's free to visit and is a fully functioning, working temple, with services and worshippers at all times of the day. The clouds of incense smoke might be where it gets it's name from. Well worth seeking out.
Written October 20, 2017
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paulrbaldwin
Beijing, China94 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Family
Located across Nanbinhe Road from the Cablecar and waterfront walkway, this Taoist temple reveals how active Taoist practitioners are in China. No fee to enter. There is a brief English description of the history (temple was rebuilt after being destroyed during the Cultural Revolution) and religious relevance of the temple. Otherwise you are on your own to roam and check out all the deities to whom temple-goers pray. From two trees located in the first portion of the temple hang ribbons with the wishes of those who have come before you.
Written March 26, 2018
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