Wuhou temple
Wuhou temple
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Livingmydream68
Ipswich, UK66 contributions
Sept 2016 • Solo
The peace and tranquility here was amazing, I loved it, This is a very local place and and good place to visit if you want to see real traditions and culture from the craftsman hard at work to the detail on the roofs nothing was missed. The beautiful ponds full of Koi fish just happily swimming around the small temples structures. All the little allies lined with red lanterns and flags, Just beautiful. Oh and the ice-cream here is to die for I had passion fruit and lycée OMG I could have lived on it, just wish we could buy ice cream as good back here at home. So worth a visit. The food here on the stalls tended to be a lot more spicy that Northern parts of china, You would need to like our chillies.
Written 14 October 2016
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gsw888
Chippenham, UK353 contributions
Apr 2015 • Solo
The Wuhou temple was built in memory of one of the most famous ancient Chinese strategist, politician and a great thinker Zhu Geliang who lived during the Chinese three kingdoms period. He still is referred as the king of wisdom in the modern time. There are so many stories and books about him. In this temple, you can appreciate some han dynasty artifacts and some very famous calligraphy. I absolutely enjoyed visiting this place and hope other visitors enjoy it too. Be prepared to stay there for a whole day to see everything. Join a small group with a tourist guide would be a better choice for the first visit.
Written 6 June 2015
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