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I like Buddhist temples, they are always so peaceful and calming
This was more open, had more space than a lot we have seen in China over the last 6 weeks
Looks as if there is a vegetarian restaurant in the grounds somewhere but we...More
The moment u enter the temple you will feel the positive vibes, its an old temple, simple architecture with lot of visitors and people having prayer. It was raining and added to the pristine nature of the place. A must visit in Guangzhow.
I read somewhere this is the temple where the late Reverend Hui Neng stayed. So we went there to look and see. At the entrance was a building under contruction. In the middle was the main temple where devotees pay their respects to Buddha. Then...More
It is nice, folky looking temple, large but not overly decorated as many other Chinese temple nowadays often do. Good for slow walk. Most of the building is under construction or just finished renovation recently as most temple in china does there days.
The visit to the Bright Filial Piety Temple was nice as the sun was shining bright on a crisp winter day, which turned out to be a perfect way to explore this historic temple. The building is well maintained and there are several artefacts that...More
This is not huge Buddhist temple compared to some of those that we had visited. But Guangxiao Temple had an air of peace and serenity surrounding it.
We spent about half an hour exploring the grounds.
The temple is located within a short walk from...More
Good place to witness sacred rituals and observe worshippers, especially during famous Chinese or Cantonese festivals. But don't be startled if huge crowds of people surrounds you all the time. It's China, it's normal.
This is a beautiful historic Buddhist temple, the origins as a temple date back to about 233. Its originally named Zhizhi Temple, then renamed: the Wangyuanchaoyan Temple, the Wangyuan Temple, the Qianmingfaxing Temple, the Chongningwanshou Temple, Baoenguangxiaochan Temple, and finally in 1482, Guangxiao Temple.
I’ve been here before but today during Qing Ming Festival it was covered in blooms and people who had the day off for the occasion. Pretty and larger than the neighbouring temple but doesn’t have a pagoda if that’s what you’re after.