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Lovely, quiet temple including a pagoda and gardens, situated a relaxed 10 minute walk from Zhenru Subway station (Line 11). It's a great place to go and explore, whether you want to walk around or just sit down and take in the quiet atmosphere.
The temple is out of the way and maybe 10 minutes walk from Zhenru on line 11. It's quiet and peaceful and entrance costs 10 Yuan. There is plenty to see or you can just sit and enjoy the peace and quiet. Lots of building...More
This temple is a real surprise: most Shanghai guides do not mention it, then when you arrive you get to a large complex with different halls and a tall Pagoda. The complex has been well preserved and decorated with nice carved stones and woods and...More
The temple is quite nice and beautiful inside. There is a long passage way along the canal which is great for sitting and taking in a peaceful afternoon. Getting to the temple is kind of an experience itself if coming from the metro station. The...More
This temple is a bit outskirt of Shanghai. Since the subway line 11 operated, going there is much easier. Just take line 11, off at Zhenru station, exit 5 head to Tongchuan seafood market on the left. Walk through the market till end then turn...More
Cost is 10-20rmb to enter the temple and is easily access by metro 11 after walking through fish market. This is a really beautiful temple in Shanghai outside the city center and one of the cleanest and most peaceful. many places to sit and reflect...More
1. It might be a little difficult to get there, so here are the directions (see the pictures as well). Take Metro line 11 to Zhenru Station, take exit 5. Walk along the Tongchuan Road to the West for quit a while. You pass the...More
This is an out of the way, non touristy temple that is kept in superb condition and is a little different than others. You can climb to the top of the huge pagoda in the back of the complex for wonderful views, and the landscaping...More