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This place does exactly what it is for. Being a quiet serene place to gather your mind and at the same time seeing ancient religious history unfold. I just loved going here, and the short walk from the village street made it even better.
Although the number of monasteries is far fewer than it was in the past, those that remain are well-preserved and well worth an extended visit. The area is well sign-posted and so even visitors with no Chinese language skills will find the time well spent.
This temple is at the foot of the mountain and is an important temple at Emei. Although not the nicest temple i've seen, it is nonetheless a must visit if time permits. It is popular with the locals as well. Shouldn't take more than 1.5...More
This temple is located in Sichuan E-Mei foothills of Phoenix under Ping, 533 meters above sea level. Though not very big, but has serene atmosphere. I love the play of Buddha songs. Felt very peaceful. There was cultural dance outside the temple during our visit.
This is usually the starting point for visiting the Emeishan. The temple is at the foot of hill and very close to the tourists travelling centre. The temple is well kept and surprisingly not so crowded when we visited. you can easily walk to a...More
Behind the beautiful temple there are living quarters. I stayed for 3 days.
On arrival you are shown around the facilities and then in my case, got to choose your own room which was great! I had a back room with a large double bed...More