Temple of the Six Banyan Trees

Attraction 87 Liurong Rd, Yuexiu, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China Published on: 18-09-2016

1 hours 30 mins
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
09:00 AM
10:30 AM
First-time visit
Attraction
Temple
Family
Historic
Must see
0.74 USD

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
The Temple of the Six Banyan Trees is a Buddhist temple in Guangzhou. The temple's proximity to foreign consulates in Guangzhou has made it a regular destination for families participating in the international adoption of children from China.

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How to get to Temple of the Six Banyan Trees?

By Bus:

Take bus 58, 74, 85, 88, 102, 104, 107, 193, 233, 250, 286 or 527 to Zhongshan Liulu Station. Then walk along Liurong Road to reach the temple.

Take bus no. tourism bus line 1, 12, 29, 215 or 253 and get off at Liurong Road.

By Subway:

Take Subway Line 1 or Subway Line 2 to Gongyuanqian Station and get out from Exit B. Walk five minutes and it can be reached.

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Selling points

  • Beautiful architecture of this chinese buddhist temple
  • A very nice Temple that is actually in use
  • Beautiful and tranquil temple
  • Very nice for a good picture
  • One visiting point of Guangzhou sightseeing
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
112.90 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
11 places

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Location

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87 Liurong Rd, Yuexiu, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

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Tips for you

  • Admission Fees: CNY 5 (the temple); CNY 10 (Six Banyan Pagoda) The admission fees decrease by 20 percent during 2016 Spring Festival Holiday (Feb. 7 to 13, excluding Feb. 8), May Day Holiday (May 1 to 3) and National Day Holiday (Oct. 1 to 7).
    Ticket and Pricing
  • Be aware, obtaining an exit taxi may prove challenging in the afternoons.
    Transportation
  • Don't forget to pick up your complimentary joss sticks from the friendly greeter at the front (after buying your entry ticket from the box office), and she might even ask about English phrases.
    Things to do
  • Beware of bogus monks or nuns outside the temple who will solicit cash donations.
    Experience

Reviews

TripAdvisor View more

We stopped at this temple as part of our 6-day stay in Guangzhou. This was our first time ever visiting a temple, and we thought it was quite lovely. It was a very serene place, with incense burning everywhere. It feels a little weird treating a place like this as a tourist destination, but we would recommend taking a look if you are in the area. It's not a large place, you can see all of it within 30 minutes. I would recommend having a guide who is familiar with the place.

FourSquare View more

This temple is very impressive and tells its own story. Built in 1377, a statue of the founders of Guangzhou is placed in the temple showing the immortal five.

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