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The Temple can be easily accessed by Metro Line 2, station is Baotong Temple. Entry is 10 RMB per person. Temple has a calm and peaceful environment. One can take a tour of the main temple. Most attractive are the temple and tower located above,...More
It's so nice, I went on Thursday and there were no much people only few, it's not too big and is so nice, maybe you will only spend less than 2 hours. But there are no others touristic places near there anyway you will enjoy...More
Not so crowded as the yellow crane tower, situated directly near a subway station. It is a real temple with real monks, not so much of a museum as others. You can spend some time there, relax, enjoy the quiet mood and climb up the...More
A very calm, relaxing plus adventurous place. You cannot say that this is such a big temple from the outside looks. A few levels of mountain containing different buildings with numerous Buddha statues, art and sculpture. Still existing thousand-year old pagoda is a great experience....More
When I first entered BaoTong Temple, it opened up into a wide courtyard. Mostly it was a parking lot. I found the area and the whole temple nice and quiet. There were several buildings one could go to; to pray to the Buddha. Including one...More
Actually if you have visited 1 temple in China, you can say, that you've visited all of them.
Lions, Elephants with red ribbons with wishes, giant Buddhas, and special places for praying. Walking and singing monks with kind smiles, pleasant smell of flowers and juniper....More