Bamboo Temple (Qióngzhú Sì)

Bamboo Temple (Qióngzhú Sì) ulasan, Kunming

Bamboo Temple (Qióngzhú Sì)
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Museum Benda Khusus • Tempat Keagamaan
Selengkapnya
08:00-17:00
Senin
08:00 - 17:00
Selasa
08:00 - 17:00
Rabu
08:00 - 17:00
Kamis
08:00 - 17:00
Jumat
08:00 - 17:00
Sabtu
08:00 - 17:00
Minggu
08:00 - 17:00

4.0
48 ulasan
Luar biasa
16
Sangat bagus
24
Biasa
6
Buruk
2
Sangat buruk
0

ESVincent
Hong Kong, Cina1.131 kontribusi
Okt 2019
This is worth the drive and then spending some time here. The temple has its origins back in the Tang dynasty and it slowly unveils itself to the visitor. Walk through the courtyards, see monks and nuns going about their daily work, listen to chanting or see the 100 plus statues with their very emotive expressions. This is a place that rewards time and patience - go and enjoy.
Ditulis pada 22 Oktober 2019
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TessHock
Auckland, Selandia Baru86 kontribusi
Mar 2019 • Pasangan
We headed to the temple late in the day (arriving at 4.15 pm, 45 mins before closing). The temple appeared to be free to enter - it had a sign saying Free Admittance. There was a service starting as we arrived, so we strolled around to the sound of gongs and chanting and singing which was really beautiful. The rooms with the amazing human sculptures were both locked, we waited around for a while and eventually asked a volunteer security guard with a red arm band whether he could unlock it (entirely by mime). He happily obliged and we had the rooms all to ourselves for half an hour. It really is amazingly interesting and entertaining to look at!

In terms of transport there is a public bus that goes to right outside the temple. The C61. It costs 8 Yuan per person and terminates at Dianmian Road. If you flag it down outside the temple it will stop and pick you up!
Ditulis pada 21 Maret 2019
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aging2016
Wilmington, NC121 kontribusi
Jun 2018 • Bisnis
My son and I visited the temple on our way back from the Stone Forest. It is named for a special kind of bamboo that grows there. The bamboo is slender with very large "arthritic" joints. Inside the enclosure are nearly 500 life size figures of people engaged in daily activities One sculptor and five of his students made the figures. apparently he would go to local tea houses to watch people for true to life inspiration. Not crowded.
Ditulis pada 6 Agustus 2018
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pavi92
Kunming, Cina304 kontribusi
Sep 2017 • Teman
if you don't want to go to touristic places, if you want to relax, then you might like this temple, located in the north of the city.
Ditulis pada 5 Maret 2018
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pianocello
Shah Alam, Malaysia1.170 kontribusi
Jul 2017 • Pasangan
This is a nice relaxing temple with some good sculptures. Worth a visit but public transport is a bit scarce if you don't read Chinese
Ditulis pada 31 Juli 2017
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jamesdk74
Toronto, Kanada138 kontribusi
Des 2016 • Pasangan
While I was not too impressed by the temple grounds or buildings, the 500 statues of "ordinary people", dressed in their work clothes, was impressive, although some were not available due to renovations. Built in the Song Dynasty (960 to 1279 AD), although some say it was earlier in the Tang Dynasty (607 to 918 AD), this temple had to be rebuilt in the late nineteenth century because of fire. The 500 "enlightened ones" were created over a seven year period starting around 1280 AD.
Ditulis pada 23 Januari 2017
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svc769
Meitar, Israel432 kontribusi
Okt 2016 • Keluarga
This is nice temple in the city. it isn't the biggest one but it's cheap, quite and allows a short walk. you can try the lunch inside the temple.
Ditulis pada 16 Januari 2017
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travelgio
Roma, Italia49 kontribusi
Agt 2016 • Pasangan
We went there by taxi because of short time available. Taxi are not tuo expensive compared to Western prices and by 30 euros you go, walt and back. It is around 45 minutes from kunming. Temple itself is not special also if in a nice bamboo environment but there are 2 rooms filled with about 200 monk statues very particular. Their faces and looks are not Common ones some with a devilish smile. Something different and Unusual..
Ditulis pada 26 Agustus 2016
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MSisr1
Dalian, Cina4 kontribusi
Almost 1:30 hours drive from the city center with buses.
Just a regular small temple, there is nothing special about it. Even if it was the first temple i have ever seen in china, i would have been disappointed.
Ditulis pada 4 Desember 2013
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dirk S
Shanghai, Cina75 kontribusi
Okt 2013 • Sendiri
+ Nice temple, but nothing special.
- Remote place, so the taxi driver started to haggle about th efare, since there are no passengers. bla bla. I payed and sent him away. The taxi to the temple: 50RMB, The trip back to town only 7RMB: minibus 6 + line 2 1RMB.
Ditulis pada 7 Oktober 2013
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