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Hanshan Temple

Fengqiao, Suzhou, China
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  • Average18%
  • Poor2%
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Reviewed 22 June 2015

Hanshan Temple is not far away from Tiger Hill. Within half an hour from the hill by bus, I already stood by the temple. Quite unlike other tourist spots especially in downtown, this temple in the suburb was very quiet. Fewer visitors, so tourists like...More

1  Thank Will Z
Reviewed 29 April 2015

Although the places has not changed compared with 10 years ago, they put many Chinese Slogan on the wall that destroy the motivation for photo taking. Also the shop outside the temple were still the same that selling the fake always, please don't buy anything...More

2  Thank 109alanc
Reviewed 26 April 2015 via mobile

Visited this very old and beautiful Buddha temple which is almost over 1500 years old during my visit to Suzhou City. Even though the temple is not very big, the ancient history is very exciting and it has been very well maintained by the Chinese...More

1  Thank Kamal V
Reviewed 28 March 2015 via mobile

Spent a nice couple of hours exploring the Temple grounds. We did not see many (if any monks) while on the grounds. It was very crowded while climbing the one temple tower. You do have buy another ticket to ring the bell once inside the...More

1  Thank KrisT77
Reviewed 9 February 2015

It is a Taoist temple famous for it variety of Bell use for century. They will bang the bell during Eve of Chinese new Year. There is a entrance fee of RMB20 for adult. If you like to ring the bell, you need to pay...More

2  Thank rayswee
Reviewed 31 December 2014 via mobile

A wide area of temple. The best thing about this temple is the big bell which sounds awesome and the biggest stone tablet in which the Chinese poem is written

1  Thank Hsaka
Reviewed 30 November 2014

The temple is small. when going there, we can tract the ancient poem times. Quite a good experience. Highly recommend.

Thank Newswell L
Reviewed 3 September 2014

Love this place. But need to buy ticket for every part of the temple. It is also crowded. This is famous place and almost tour to Suzhou will visit here.

1  Thank LindaChau
Reviewed 26 August 2014

An interesting Buddhist temple which has a central pagoda-like structure. There are many buildings with Buddhist statues. The temple covers a large area with multiple historic artifacts such as bronze bells. The grounds are serene and quiet - more so on weekdays than on weekends....More

2  Thank Gregg V
Reviewed 30 June 2014

It is better organized every time when I visited there. Well maintained structurally and aesthetically. The outskirts area attracted much of my attention than the temple itself. The garden and canal interweave beautifully together.

2  Thank Leon H
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