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Lingyun Temple

Lingyun TempleNearby City

4.5/5151 Reviews
Wuyou Mountain

Wuyou MountainNearby City

4.4/556 Reviews
Baoguo Temple

Baoguo TempleNearby City

4.4/5437 Reviews
May 1st - September 30th, 7:00-18:00, 18:00 stop admission; October 1st - April 30th, 7:30-18:00, 18:00 stop admission (Local time)
The Baoguo Temple, not far from Mount Emei, was built in the Wanli Period of the Ming Dynasty and is the starting point for most tourists to visit the Emei Mountain Scenic Area. The plaque of the "Baoguo Temple" on the temple gate is from the hand of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty. It is also the center of the Buddhist activities in the mountains. The main hall is the Maitreya Hall, the Daxiong Hall, the Seven Buddha Hall and the Puxian Hall. Today it is home to the Emeishan Buddhist Association, where many large ceremonies are held.
Wuyou Temple

Wuyou TempleNearby City

4.4/560 Reviews
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Wuhou Shrine

Wuhou ShrineNearby City

4.4/510,943 Reviews
Monday - Sunday 8:00-20:00, ticket sales ended at 19:00(May 1st- October 31st ); Monday - Sunday 8:00-18:30( November 1 - April 30), ticket sales ended at 17:30 (Local time)
Wuhou Temple commemorates Zhuge Liang, the prime minister of the Shu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms Period. When it was first constructed, it was adjacent to Liu Bei’s Han Zhao Lie Temple, but It was later incorporated into the Han Zhao Lie Temple during the Ming Dynasty and became a rare temple in China that commemorates both a ruler and his subordinates in a same compound. The cultural relics area is composed of Huiling Mausoleum, Han Zhaolie Temple, Wuhou Temple and Sanyi Temple. The main building is Wuhou Temple, which enshrines Liu Bei, Zhuge Liang and other heroes of Shu-Han Kingdom. Chengdu's famous landscape "Red Wall and Shadows of Bamboo" is also in the scenic area. Do take some photos when you are there!
Wannian Temple

Wannian TempleNearby City

4.5/5398 Reviews
7:00-18:00 (Local time)
Wannian Temple is located in the heart of Emei Mountain. It is one of the eight temples of Mount Emei. It was built in the DongJin Dynasty and has a long history. It was originally named Puxian Temple. It was named "Shengshou Wannian Temple" during the Ming Dynasty. The Beamless Hall in the temple were made up of brick structures, were built by the Wanli Emperor for his mother's birthday. In the "Xingyuan Building" in the temple, the Buddha's Tooth, the Bayeux and the Wanli Golden Seal are the treasures that tourists definitly don‘t want to miss.
Dafochan Temple

Dafochan TempleNearby City

4.6/559 Reviews
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
The Dafochansi Temple is located in the downtown area of ​​Emeishan. It is a new temple next to the Emeishan Buddhist College. The whole temple is magnificent, and the temple also resembles a golden dome on the mountain. The Dafochansi Temple sits west to east, and the overall layout is divided into three functional areas: the north (proximity) is the Buddhist worship area, that is, the religious ritual space, the middle is the Buddhist garden culture sharing area, and the south is the Buddhist college education area, namely the Sichuan Buddha. College (Emeishan Buddhist College). There are also many eucalyptus and linden trees in the Zen Garden.
Qingyin Pavilion

Qingyin PavilionNearby City

4.4/5174 Reviews
Summer and Autumn (May 1st - October 7th) 6:00-18:30; Winter and Spring (October 8th - April 30th) 7:00-17:30 (Local time)
Qingyin Pavilion, also known as Woyun Temple, is an important temple in Mount Emei. It was built by Huitong Zen Master during the Tang Emperor's Reign, and is one of the eight temples of Emei Mountain. The temple is dedicated to Sakyamuni, Manjushri, and Samantabhadra. The famous "Shuangqiao Qingyin" in Emei Mountain is here, two stone bridges leap, the river is a clear river, it is also a good place to take pictures in the mountains.
Fuhu Temple

Fuhu TempleNearby City

4.5/5105 Reviews
8:00-16:00 (Local time)
Fuhu Temple was built in the Tang Dynasty and was rebuilt in Shaoxing during the Southern Song Dynasty. During the reign of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty, the monk of Guanzhi led his disciples to rebuild the temple, named "Huxi Zen Forest", also known as Fuhu Temple. The reason for the name of Fuhu Temple is that there is a tiger wound in the mountains near the temple. The temple gentleman built the "Zunsheng Building" town here and changed its name to Fuhu Temple. Another argument is due to the Fuhu Temple. The mountain shape is like a tiger and takes the name of the temple.
Emei City

Emei CityNearby City

4.8/566 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)