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Templo Zu Lai, Cotia
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  • Worth knowing the temple. Unfortunately it is more convenient to go by car, as it is not accessible by public transport.
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  • The temple eh! Besides the part aimed at ceremonies and exhibitions, has a huge green area, well wooded where eh possible to sit and enjoy to enjoy a sunny day!
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  • I visited the temple Zu Lai in December 2016. Had already researched a little about the place, though I was surprised! The structure is magnificent, awe-inspiring! Went on a Friday and it was pretty empty, but an employee informed me that on the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) they receive about 3,000 people, if possible from reserve to go during a weekday so you won't get the full site. The atmosphere of the environment brings peace in the soul. I was alone, but I already have plans to come back alone. It's a place to spend time and reflect on life. Local gardening is beautiful, the temple is extremely well maintained. Bring a camera, the location offers fantastic photos. The Saturday and Sunday they offer a lunch on-site, and tbm has a coffee shop/Café. At the coffee shop products are vegan (worst coxinha I ate in my life, I'd never heard of chicken, soy is horrible!), but in the vicinity of the temple there are good choices of restaurants and snack bars for those who do not is a fan of food natureba! It is important to take cash, internally is only accepted payment in cash. Also has a souvenir shop for those who want to buy a souvenir, I took a look at the products and saw prices ranging from 5.00 to 500.00 R$ R$. The visit and parking are offered for free. There are rules of conduct to be followed on the site, they are described on the site, a deal before the visit.
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  • The biggest Buddhist temple in Latin America, The place is very beautiful and have a good vibe and peace too! but you need to bring cash, they doesn't accept any card! They have a vegetarian restaura
  • Beautiful.
  • Charming and good meat less food at fair prices. Free parking, lots of space. Quite unique temple for the region.
  • Beautiful place, but the monks dont see to be at peace.
  • Best for relax!