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Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Park

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Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Park

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Private day tour to Nanshan temple and Tianyahaijiao with Lunch start from Sanya
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Private day tour to Nanshan temple and Tianyahaijiao with Lunch start from Sanya

When you talk about Sanya how do you think about the city, beach, blue sky, Sunshine, temple, seafood, green trees, flowers, etc, yes they are all correct words in this city.<br>Today we will offer you a day trip to the Tianyahaijiao tourist area and Nanshan Buddhism temple, people can not only enjoy the beautiful scenery of tropical coastal sunshine, blue sea, beach, flowers and green trees, but also can know the real beauty of peace and harmony of Buddhism culture.
$254.94 per adult
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Victor H wrote a review Jul 2020
Shanghai, China226 contributions25 helpful votes
The South (China) Sea Guanyin is a masterpiece and must see and visit in this huge park. Walking around this park is a bit physical especially in Summer. For the ones who have health issues they can rent golf cart just after the entrance. More economical way is to take the little trains that stops frequently at different stations for attractions. The sea view from different points in the park is relaxing to breathtaking. This is a must visit park for tourists visiting Sanya.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Waigouren8 wrote a review Feb 2020
Sanya, China70 contributions29 helpful votes
Ne there just to make my Chinese wife happy. All Chinese maybe believe this but for foreigner it looks like just as a bad copy from a real Thai temple. Everywhere souvenirs shops and no real Buddhism spirit.Gobtobthe Statue, you need Tobias extra,Ministerin cost extra,round tour cost extra and all small temple expect also money to trow in..not real nice to see 1 fake monk between all this souvenirs shops and eating shops..ice cream availing everywhere and small water bottle cost a fortune..not recommended Tip: bring your own water and some sandwiches ..
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Date of experience: January 2020
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278arjak wrote a review Jan 2020
Espoo, Finland25 contributions4 helpful votes
Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Park was really an interesting place to see. This is absolutely a place you have to visit when you are in Sanya. The 108 m high statue above the sea was really amazing! We recommend you to go there in the morning, because there are so much tourists during the afternoon. Take time to be there, because it takes time to get in the temple and the statue on its roof and there are a lot of other things to see in the park.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Dorothy T wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore28 contributions11 helpful votes
The GuanYin stands magnificently in the sea in serenity and with an aura of benevolence. To get to the park, from the Yalong Bay Area, I took a one hour taxi ride for 200rmb by meter. The taxi driver was happy to wait for me for the return trip at no extra charge for the 3-4 hour wait and the same 200rmb charge for the return trip. You can also have a vegetarian meal on the temple grounds. There are also non vegetarian options. As the grounds are large, and the sun blazing, so for the less athletic, I would recommend paying the extra 30rmb to use the hop on hop off tram ride to get around the park.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Rob R wrote a review Nov 2019
Tredegar, United Kingdom1,025 contributions274 helpful votes
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Compared to other religious sites I have visited I thought the God they were worshiping here was money. However like a lot of things I have experienced while staying here the Chinese certainly do things a bit differently. Part religious shrine part theme park it was certainly an interesting visit, things are certainly done on a rather large scale. We paid for an English speaking guide who we met at our hotel and this greatly enhanced our a visit but it will not detract from your visit if you go by yourself although very limited English is spoken there. Very busy but still a very peaceful tranquil place and obviously the Guanyin statue is the highlight, however the park does offer a lot more besides and there is some fabulous architecture to enjoy. Putting aside my pre conceptions I had this definitely a must see when staying in Sanya and its surroundings. Where comfortable shoes and bring plenty of sun cream as it is very hot. The restaurants are vegetarian but very delicious and very reasonably priced.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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