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Wannian Temple

Under the Shizi Peak, Emeishan 614200, China
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Under the Shizi Peak, Emeishan 614200, China
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Reviewed 27 February 2017

The architecture is quite different from other temples I've visited (though I'm not an expert). The scenery is awesome - there was fog in the morning that wrapped around the mountain making if feel like we were up in the clouds. There's lots to explore,...More

Thank sunecao
Reviewed 29 November 2016

There are lots of people worshipping here and you will know by the incense being burned and the many people bowing outside and inside the temple.

1  Thank geotech522
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Lovely temple which felt very cultural. Lots of people praying and doing offerings. Very interesting to walk around

Thank joonee
Reviewed 6 November 2016

we spent another money for cable car to here. different temple style and quite old design as viewed. also love the area & overall view while we downhill. relaxing and easy hiking

Thank iamface
Reviewed 13 October 2016

A wonderful Temple, my guide was very experienced and made my visit here exceptional. A very enjoyable visit for a for me learning Buddhism.

Thank highlander9122
Reviewed 8 July 2016

It really is a long way up to get there, but it is worth it. If you think you cannot walk that far up, there are other alternatives that can take you up there.

Thank Mauricio B
Reviewed 21 June 2016 via mobile

This temple is worth a visit if you are going to the mountains of Emei. We arrived by cable car and walked to Wuxianggang where we took the bus. The surroundings are beautiful, even thouh in rain. It is possible to stay overnight in the...More

Thank Linusmamma
Reviewed 9 June 2016

Very nice buddhist temple in Mount Emei. There's an entrance fee of 10yuan. Recommended to stop for a visit when you walk in Mount Emei

Thank lfgbaia
Reviewed 29 March 2016

Another good temple but do not expect to spend too long there. May be about 2 hours or less unless you plan to pray in there.

Thank limkour
Reviewed 16 November 2015

The area is very serene, quiet and impressive. There is a beautiful statue of a golden Buddha on a white elephant. People kneel down to pray and give offerings to Buddha. Monks were seen studying and writing.

1  Thank Bob H
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Silvia B
Hello, we are planning to go to mount Emei in September and We can't seem to find any concrete information about night stays in the Monasteries up there. Hopefully, those who have been there could helps us out. Namely, can we book a night in advance? If not, what time do we need to be there in order to guarantee a place in one of the many monasteries? Also, how many days and nights do you recommend to spend visiting the mount? We would not like to pay a tour since we're trying to hold on to our modest budget. Thank you in advance for all the info you can give us, Cheers, Bruno and Silvia.
24 August 2016|
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Response from SueKLLincoln |
Beware of food paparazzi at Lishan giant Buddha area.
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