closes in the middle of the day (11:30 to 1:30, I think) so pay attention to the time. There are two sections to this temple, the first one had the pagoda and a gardenish area and a small alter. The you go back to the entrance and go along a pretty marble fence with carved dragons, turtles and clouds. In the back is another alter and a small pavilion. FREE.
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