Renshou Temple

Last updated by chinatravel at 2015/4/29

Renshou Temple, which was built in 1935, is located on Zumiao Road of Chancheng District in Foshan. The temple was originally founded by Tantra and then converted into Chan sect of Buddhism. The temple is always the site where the Buddhist followers, from Foshan and surrounding regions, are initiated into monkhoods.

The Ruyi Pagoda, which was enshrined by Xuyun rabbi in 1938, is full of distinctive features. This seven-storey pagoda is Chinese-style tower with eight angles. Although it is a Chinese-style tower, there are Tibetan steles and plaques in it. In the tower, there is a statue of a female Buddha decorated by red and green jewelry, which was the product of Guanhua Kiln in Shiwan.

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No.1, No.5, No.10, No.11, No.13, No.16, No.18, No.19, No.27, No.28 and No.2B buses will take you there.

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8:00-17:00

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Recommend Touring Time: 2 hours