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This Chinese Buddhist Temple hosts two jade Buddha statues imported from Burma, along with many other cultural relics. It is a peaceful refuge from the modern bustle of Shanghai, where monks may be seen and heard conducting Buddhist ceremonies.
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Visited on recommendation of a friend and so pleased we did. Full of small beautiful temples with different Buddha’s each more beautiful than the next. I noticed on other reviews they said there was a cost to get in but it was free on the...More
This is another must visit when you are in Shanghai. It’s a bit of a walk from the metro stop but worth it. There’s an abundance of Buddha statues in various settings. There is the the four face Buddha and the glorious Buddha sculpted from...More
We visited many Buddist sites on our trip to China and this was one of the best. As is the case with all the temples, the sculptures are impressive and the opportunity to watch believers practice their faith should not be missed.
This is one of the must do tourist destinations in Shanghai. There are several small temples within this large complex. The Jade Buddha statues that people want to see is in one of the last structures in the back of the temple complex. Please be...More
As others have said, this temple is a peaceful oasis in the middle of the bustle of Shanghai. It's easy to get to by metro, just a couple of blocks from the Jiangning Road metro station. Or just a 1.25 mile walk from Nanjing Road...More
It was an experience guided by myself which I believe is not the best. I of course neede somebody to explain what's going on the Temple. Anyway it was a great experience just to walk and watch the surroundings. There are many rooms for contemplation...More