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Dajue Temple

Dajue Temple

4.6/5121 Reviews
Temple
8:00-17:00, stop at 17:00 (Local time)
Dajue Temple is located in Hengshan Village, Xiqiao Town, Yixing City, Wuxi City. It was built in the Southern Song Dynasty during the Xianyu Period (AD 1265-274). It is a modern and high-ranking sorghum. The temple was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, and the temples that are now seen are reconstructed in modern times under the auspices of the nebula masters.
Lingshan Shengjing

Lingshan ShengjingNearby City

4.7/5969 Reviews
Temple
7:00-17:30 in summer and 7:00-17:00 in winter (Local time)
Lingshan Shengjing is located on the shore of Taihu Lake in Wuxi, in the east of Xiaoling Mountain. The main attractions of the scenic spot include bronze buddhas - Lingshan Giant Buddha, the gorgeous Lingshan Vatican Palace, and Five Yindan City. Today, Lingshan Shengjing has become a unique Buddhist cultural theme park . In addition to the Lingshan Giant Buddha, in 2002, a number of Buddhist architectural masterpieces that not only carried Buddhist culture but also embodied contemporary technology and architecture were constructed.
Tianning Temple

Tianning TempleNearby City

4.6/51,390 Reviews
Temple
8:30-17:00 (Local time)
Tianning Temple was built in the Tang Dynasty during the Zhenguan period. It is not only a birthplace of Buddhist music but also one of the large temples in Changzhou. The Tianning Pagoda in the temple was built in 2007 and is one of the landmarks of Changzhou. Guanyin Hall and Dizang Hall stand to the east and west sides of the Daxiong Hall. The northern end of Tianning Temple is Tianning Pagoda functioning as a Buddhist Museum with different themed Buddhist displays on each story, such as Buddha statues, totems and root carvings.
Wuyin Tan City

Wuyin Tan CityNearby City

4.5/5389 Reviews
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Wuyin Tan City is another rich cultural and artistic spectacle built in the Ling Mountain of Wuxi after the Brahma Palace. It is not only an art center to show the charm of Buddhist culture, but also a cultural center to experience Tibetan folk art. Wuyin Tan City gathers Tibetan art decoration that combines painting, murals, wood carving, and other traditional architectural decoration techniques, showing the unique Tan City art. In the Tan City, tourists can not only appreciate the treasures of Buddhist culture and art, but also participate in the interactive folklore activities such as lighting ghee lamps, pushing mani sutras, and others, to feel the cultural charm with your heart and mind.
Hanshan Temple

Hanshan TempleNearby City

4.4/56,324 Reviews
Temple
8:00-16:30 (ticket sales stopped at 16:00, site cleared at 16:30) (Local time)
Hanshan Temple is located in the western suburbs of Suzhou. The temple dates back more than 1,400 years. The temple gained renown from its mention in the famous poem “A Night Mooring by Maple Bridge” by the poet Zhang Ji of the Tang Dynasty: “From the monastery on Cold Mountain, the sound of the bell reaches the guest boat at midnight.” Hanshan Temple is a famous site to pay. Every day, a steady stream of believers comes to the temple to strike the bell, light incense, and pray for the future.
Nanchan Temple

Nanchan TempleNearby City

4.3/5711 Reviews
Temple
7:00-16:50 (Local time)
Nanshan Temple is located on Guyun River in Wuxi. Despite not being very large, it is a highly active temple. After praying to Buddha in the temple, you can take a stroll down the nearby street and have something to eat. The night scenery is also worth a look. At nightfall, Nanchan temple and the old houses by Guyun River light up their lanterns. The strings of red lanterns are reflected in the river, and the beautiful night view attracts the attention of quite a few cameras.
Great Ruyi Sacred Place

Great Ruyi Sacred PlaceNearby City

4.4/5246 Reviews
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The Great Ruyi Sacred Place is located in Xishan Island, Taihu Lake, Suzhou, with misty Taihu Lake of 800 li to the south and Piaomiao Peak, one of the seventy-two peaks in Taihu Lake to the north. It is surrounded by mountains in green-dragon and white-tiger shapes in the east-west direction, embraced on the right and left, and occupies an excellent geographical position. It is a cultural holy place of Buddhism integrating burning incense and worshiping Buddha, landscape scenery, leisure vacation and self-cultivation.
Chong'an Temple Scenic Area

Chong'an Temple Scenic AreaNearby City

4.2/5300 Reviews
Temple
Open all day (Local time)
Situated in the center of Wuxi, Chong'an Temple Scenic Spot is a bustling area in Wuxi. It is one of the four major scenic places in Jiangnan together with Shanghai Chenghuang Temple, Nanjing Confucius Temple Qinhuai River Scenic Area and Suzhou Guanqian Street. There are many restaurants and big shopping malls here, and tourists come here mostly for shopping and eating. The scenic spot is named after the Chong'an Temple from the past. The Chong'an Temple does not exist now, leaving only the surrounding commercial district.
Wukong Temple

Wukong TempleNearby City

4.4/5176 Reviews
Temple
8:30-16:00 (Local time)
Wukong Temple was built in the Liang Dynasty of the Southern Dynasties. During the Northern Song Dynasty, a seven-level pagoda was built. The famous Huazang Tower, also known as the Wukong Tower, is known as the “Chengjiang Twin Tower” in the Jiangyin City. The relics were unearthed in the temple. According to the inscription on the stone letter, these relics are the true relics of the Tang Dynasty Gao Sang masters, and the Sangha masters are the incarnations of the Guanyin Bodhisattva. In a period of Chinese history, all Guanyin Buddha images are modeled after their image.
Huishansi

HuishansiNearby City

4.4/5126 Reviews
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