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Address: North of Dengfeng, Dengfeng 452470, China
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Quiet, small though amazing setting. Young Shaolins train throughout the day. No very touristic, not a lot to see. If you practice Buddhism, you may me lucky enough to participate... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 3 September 2014
Dimitra M
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 September 2014

Quiet, small though amazing setting. Young Shaolins train throughout the day. No very touristic, not a lot to see. If you practice Buddhism, you may me lucky enough to participate in a ceremony Be humble, be quiet. You will be allowed to take pictures but do not disturb training.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 June 2013

We headed to Dengfeng to train Kung Fu at Tagou at the Shaolin Temple. Our Taxi driver said Tagou was crap and we really wanted to go to Fawang. I am so glad we did. We trained at Fawang for a week and it was an amazing experience. We lived, ate, slept, and ached with the students at the temple.... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 30 January 2013 via mobile

On the winding journey from Luoyang to Shaolin, the ancient Fawang Temple,beckons the traveller to respite there... On a day framed by flurries of snowflakes, I spied its towering pagoda,set fast against a backdrop of craggy peaks,and stopped to sojourn there....Steep steps lead upwards past aromatic urns, crackling with offerings of juniper kindles,to the wooden red temples,all home to the... More 

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