Entrance fee 20 RMB
Tour was in Chinese, not sure if there was English option.
Couple of very strict rules of conduct.
1. Step OVER the step into the various rooms. Never step ON the step.
2. Do not take pictures of the worshipers.
They emphasis this again and again.
This is a standard working temple, none of the Buddhas were especially special. You see similar if not the same type of temple anywhere else in China.
One uncomfortable part was the "opportunity" to pray and worship and DONATE to the temple. We were really pressured to do so. Talk about peer pressure.
This temple has a couple of gimmicks. They have "lucky" stickers that they stick on your shirt to say you have paid the entrance fee and then they give you an opportunity to stick your sticker on the "lucky" wall.
The other gimmick is a 1300 year old tortoise which is alive and it's stomach is placed on a podium which immobilizes the tortoise. You get to rub it and pet it, doing so gives you good fortune. Of course, you are encouraged to donate.
We never would have considered on coming here if it wasn't part of the tour. Do not come here for the express purpose of seeing a temple. You will be disappointed. There are many other temples that are a better option.
In the parking lot, there are a good number of food carts and trinket sellers.
This attraction is usually bundled with the Banyan Tree attraction.
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