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Considering the travel time needed on the subway to get to Pingguoyuan Station and from there a very long bus ride of 1.5hrs where the local bus stopped at so many stops just to get here, I didnt think the attraction warranted a visit unless...More
As we continue to explore the outskirts of Beijing we spent one afternoon here by the Hill top temple. It is the perfect place to get some exercise as there are more than a few steps to get to the top, you will however be...More
I was taken here by my Chinese hosts. The visit lasted about 1.5 hours. The temple was impressive but note there are a few steps to climb up and down. The views from the top are great as the temple is in a lovely setting...More
If you are relatively new to China and have not already been overdosed on temples, then this might be a nice day trip if you want an escape from the overbearing security of the Tiananmen area or the heavy crowds at the Temple of Heaven...More
TIP: don't buy incense outside the temple with the intention of bringing it in! Outside incense is not allowed, which is fine, since the temple provides incense and is included in your ticket fee.
Conditions weren't ideal the day I went - a bit rainy...More
We had taken the Day-tour from Beijing to visit this. It's about an hour away from Beijing and about 10 kms from Jietai-si temple. It's nestled in the mountains. It's Not very crowded, since few tourists bother to travel out of beijing in search of...More
I've traveled in europe and now china and in europe i ended up visiting a lot of cathedrals so it goes that i'm going to see a lot of temples in china. By the way the temples do offer a lot of photographic opps, but...More