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Jile Temple was one of my favorite stops in Harbin. I visited during National Holiday, so it was a little busy. I’ve visited a lot of temples in China before, but this one did not disappoint. It was a lot bigger than I was expecting!...More
In hindsight I would have taken this off our itinerary - if you have never visited a Chinese Buddhist temple before, feel free to visit. If you have then this one is smaller than most we have visited in other cities. So many other things...More
This is a must go during your visit to Harbin! Because it’s not just about ice and snow!
The area is tranquil and the property is vast! Many interesting temples and deities to visit and see.
Not too sure if it happens to be a...More
We really enjoyed this. Our driver suggested to stop here. I am so glad we did. It was such a cold day, we walked around and saw so many sights with little pogodas, budhas and little shops. A very interesting hours walk around inside. I...More
When you come to Harbin, you're NOT expecting to really see temples because that title and task belongs to an ancient capital like Bei Jing and Xi An. However, this temple is similar to that of Guo Zi Jian of Beijing! Visited on 12 Sep...More
Temple of bliss does not offer you anything different than the other temples. My own opinion is that if you are not religious person then it could be said that if you have seen one temple or two then you have seen all of them.
Great temple located on a fairly large piece of land. Well maintained and clean. many buildings located within the temple grounds. Take your time and see all. Only costs 10rmb to enter. It's located very close to Harbin Amusement park.