Nanshan Cultural Tourist Area is more or less kind of a religious theme park. The focal point is the huge Kuan Im goddess monument on a small island linked via a bridge with the main area. Not a religious site as such, but this place was more of a commercial development with photo areas, restaurants, shops, etc. When I went on a Saturday, it was teeming with Chinese visitors.
Due to its large size, the park demanded plenty of walking and time to explore, which I did not have. Therefore, that is the reason for the average score here. I think there were many sights I missed so a more complete review is in store if a revisit happens. Overall, I liked the vibe of the place. It can be stunning on a sunny day, especially the goddess, which must be among the most beautiful of its type in China or anywhere else.
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