Jing'an Temple is the central attraction in Shanghai's trendy Jing'an district. The Buddhist temple complex traces its history as far back as 247 CE; however, the current structure follows a 1983 conversation back to a temple, which had ceased to exist during the Cultural Revolution. The current complex is sightly and presents a stark contrast with the forest of high-rise buildings surrounding it. The architectural style of Jing'an Temple draws on Tibetan influence to create something both classic and modern. After dark, the temple is bathed in a warm light that gives it a golden glow.
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Address - JiuGuang Shopping mall B1
Ambiance/Facilities - Japanese Ramen
Highlights - Soba Hamburger menu
Avg. Price per Person - 80-100 rmb
Rating - 5
IPPUDO is At B1 floor, there is a food court of JiuGuang Shopping Mall ( Taking line 2 or Line 7 at Jing-an Temple exit 2)
This shop is a delicious Japanese ramen
Recommended to try once!
Getting There - Metro line 2 (Jing’an temple). The temple is next to the subway station.
Attractions - Beautiful temple!
Cost and opening hours - 50¥ , 7:30-5pm.
The temple is perfectly located on West Nanjing road. There are plenty of restaurants and shops near by. I had a beer and a meal at Shanghai brew house across the street from IKEA and it was delicious!
Want to know where we like to go for the best view of Jing’an Temple? There’s this cute and quirky cafe (that we can never remember the name of) across the road with the biggest balcony we’ve seen in a long time. That, my friends, is where you’ll find an amazing view of the temple alongside some ok coffee 😂 ⠀
📍7F, 2 Huashan Lu, Jing’an, Shanghai⠀
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