Ningxia Qingtongxia 108 Tower

Ningxia Qingtongxia 108 Tower

Ningxia Qingtongxia 108 Tower
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WorldGlutton
London, UK23,217 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
From the entrance of Qingtongxia Tourist Area, we took a 20 mins ride on boat across the Yellow river. As we arrived, we walked through an open vast space, some stop to take pictures from a distance of this odd collections of stupas or Tibetan Buddhist pagodas (aka dagobas).

Getting nearer, this 108 pagodas form in 12 rows, the overall layout is narrow on the top and wide on the bottom, form an isosceles triangle, which is a unique style.

All of them were built a pearl shaped top covered with lime. There are stone steps on both sides of the array to climb to the highest level. There are temples with incense burners on the top of the tower. Standing at the top of the tower, one can see the magnificient view of whole scenic area of Yellow River.

The open space has food and souvenir stalls, pet friendly, kids segways riding, and area for resting after the tiring walk. Next to the open space, there seem like a new temple has been built. In front of the temple, there are tall thousand-handed Guanyin and Maitreya Buddha. !!

Believe it or not , it is said that people who come here to visit can eliminate their worries and gain good luck as long as they worship at the 108 tower !!!
Written 25 October 2019
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Christophe B
Singapore, Singapore19 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Family
Impressive setting by the majestic yellow river for these 108 Buddhist stupas renovated in the 80's. The immediate surroundings have been lavishly renovated in typical grand power display Chinese style. A hefty budget must have been spent to meet such high flying standards. However, this highly historical site suffers from no English explanations whatsoever so a Wikipedia browse is recommended prior to visiting. We were there on a warm windy day with hardly anyone around which made the visit quite magic and relaxing. Sheer luck probably.
Written 22 July 2019
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Ahmed Nour
Cairo, Egypt43 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Family
Nice ancient place relay on the Yellow river, very wonderful and great. the guide tells us that these Dagobas was originally made of Clay and now become from stones and rocks .
Written 18 September 2016
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elesan
Singapore, Singapore24 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Friends
An amazing combination of nature and human creativity. Recommend to go up the 108 pagodas and do light an incense and pray the way the tibetans did for centuries. If you have more friends with you, would be better as then you can take a boat ride (min of 6 pax) along the yellow river and admire the nature. Fee is 50 for entrance and 150/person for a boat ride.
Written 25 September 2015
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Colman L
Hong Kong, China50 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Friends
I am not follow on any Buddhist stuff for my life, and since the group planned to head there, so just go for it.

While traveling by their ferry to there, the wide view already think it is amazing, and you can easily tell from the photos I shared.

Go there, spend an hour or more to run through all architecture they have.
Written 28 October 2014
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Fang L
Suzhou, China14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2011 • Family
108 Dagobas has a very long history. They are bulit at the side of Huang He River in Qingtongxia city. A new Huanghe River Gardon was build in 2011. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful landscape and the local history and culture there.
Written 3 April 2012
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