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As a residence in Beijing for more than 10 years I am surprised I did not know about this place before. I came here with a friend. We were a bit late and lazy so we booked an Uber/DiDi taxi to go there. Took about...More
Having lived in Beijing for years we visited Badachu at least a couple times a year. Not too difficult to reach. We took subway to Pingguoyuan Station and then an easy, inexpensive 10 minute taxi from there. Badachu literally means Eight Great Sites or Temples,...More
Great temple area in Beijing, Badachu park. The park is located round about 1 hour away from the city center of Beijing. The temple is everyday open for worshipper. You can reach the park by train and bus easily.
The 14 story pagoda was one the best spot to visit in this place (you can still see monk trainees to pray and do chores, very interesting). With Mountain car, lots of temples to visit and many stops to enjoy, this place is (I think)...More
It was an exceptionally clear day in Beijing so we decided to venture out to this location which we knew very little about. It turned out to be a fun day. The temples are very nice and the location is excellent.
We have 3 small...More
It is quite far to the west of the city. This place comprises of different temples that you explore on foot and staircases. Buddha from different origins, goddess of mercy temple, and generally you can make offerings here unlike some temples in the city center.
I lived in Beijing for a little over a year. Getting out to the country side was always important to me. So on my last day in China I went to my favorite place. Close to the summer palace and the Bejing botanical, both day...More
This place is really authentic. You can see a lot of faithfuls come here to pray.
This place is absolutely huge and you will need to spend the whole day here walking from temple to temple.
The architecture is beautiful and if you have the...More