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Confucius Temple of Foshan

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Confucius Temple of Foshan

21 Reviews
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Zumiao Compound, Zumiao Road, Chancheng District, Foshan 528000 China
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ZumiaoGuangzhou Metro2 min
Tongji LuGuangzhou Metro14 min
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Sanshui Lotus World and Forest Park private tour
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Sanshui Lotus World and Forest Park private tour

This 9 hours day trip tour will let you explore the following 2 sites which are around 1.5 hours driving to the west of Guangzhou, immerse in the beautiful landscape in the countryside and escape the bustle city. <br><br>1) Sanshui Lotus World, an amusement and theme park that features diverse colorful lotus flower on several lakes connected by delicate bridges and artificial island, a picturesque scenery extraordinarily beautiful in summer. Travellers could shoot nice photos, stretch body and relax, enjoy the lotus art show by professional performers as well as taking the entertainment rides for fun.<br><br>2) Sanshui Forest Park, exercise outdoors and get approach to nature by hiking the primeval forest hill and wash your lung with clean air, enjoy the breathtaking view of the lying buddha statue for buddhism culture atmosphere.<br><br>With the company of an English-speaking local guide and a private car with driver, this tour incorporates both driving and walking, a perfect match for nature pursuers.
$200.00 per adult
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Elizabeth S wrote a review Aug 2017
4 contributions2 helpful votes
This is under a different name but it's actually the same place as the ancestral temple...! You should move the reviews from here to the ancestral temple one as that's the real name for the temple! X
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Date of experience: August 2017
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murolol wrote a review Feb 2017
Molfetta, Italy32 contributions14 helpful votes
i visit this place because was near my hotel , but for me was a surprise is an amazing place to visit absolutely
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Date of experience: March 2016
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PaulinUK_11 wrote a review Feb 2016
Manchester, United Kingdom26 contributions14 helpful votes
I was staying within walking distance of this place but didn't visit until the last day of the holiday. It was Chinese new year and so was very busy. They had a martial arts display and the Lion dance which were both very good. In the main arena they had some kind of Chinese Opera which was really not that great but lots of people were watching so maybe it was a cultural thing. There were lots of souvenirs available and more incense sticks than I have ever smelled in my life before. The vast majority of people were Chinese families visiting the temple and whilst very busy was a good experience
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Magesh01 wrote a review Jan 2016
Chennai (Madras), India22 contributions4 helpful votes
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This is a old temple built for Confucius. This is very near Zumiao metro station. You find the memorial hall for IP Man in the left side. Further you find the practice of martial arts and the lion dance. There are shows at certain times of the year. Then the Confucius temple which is majestic. Overall I liked the visit and purchased quite a few souvenirs here.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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muffinrebel wrote a review Oct 2015
Singapore, Singapore63 contributions6 helpful votes
If you have a chance to visit to FOSHAN, this is one of the main attraction there, ZUMIAO, a very old historical temple. You would be able to have a chance to watch traditional lion dance (they will try to sell you some hand gifts) and Chaozhou Opera. Anyway, the entrance fee for ZUMIAO is 20RMB.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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