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We have visited many temples in Shanghai but rarely of this quality. Try to visit the temple at areoubd 11h00 and then do NOT miss the vegetarian restaurant inside the temple kept by monks. Try the Chrysanpthemeus salad ... over all an unbellivable experience.
This temple is small and quiet, and has an excellent restaurant. You can eat lunch and then take a tour of the temple, and of course, visit the gift shop. You can also pay 5RMB and feed the koi fish. It is a place to...More
Most of us Chinese ex-pats tend to say if you've seen one Chinese temple, you seen them all. While Chinese Buddhist temples do have the same basic layout, I think there are enough differences and beautiful things to see, that the saying is not entirely...More
Xilin Pagoda is one of the centrepieces of Songjiang's historic district. It was originally built in the Xianchun reign (1265-1274) of the Southern Song Dynasty but it collapsed and was rebuilt in 1387 during the Hongwu reign of the Ming Dynasty.
Built of brick and...More