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Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple), Chengdu

(3.8/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
An oasis of tranquil reflection, Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple) embraces its rich history, dating back as far as the Northern Zhou Dynasty. First constructed in the 6th century and developed to the structure you see today in 1670 by the Qing Dynasty, this Taoist temple stands as a landmark of historical Chinese architectural styles. To experience it in full, walk to the temple's Eight Trigram Pavilion, an octagonal structure supported by 16 stone pillars, embellished with nearly 100 carved dragons. Soak up the serene atmosphere in the traditional teahouse, or sample freshly prepared vegetarian food at the onsite restaurant. See Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple) and all Chengdu has to offer by arranging your trip with our Chengdu travel itinerary planner.
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  • In the fast-growing development town. From the medicine University Station walking 10 minutes or less. Once on the site dedicated to coming attractions, very much space. 12 dried the slab and building. To visit some places and offered incense and prayed. Formal manners had incense fire charge (have come) visit, was also a hard to get experience. On-site in Chengdu development progresses, and bird was solemn and spacious and air flow.
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  • 青羊宫在成都不算是特别出名的景点,也正是因为如此,到青羊宫得人能感受到一份难得的宁静。我和同学两个人一起逛了逛,看了道教建筑,感觉还蛮不错的。就是里面有一部分改作商用了,略有些遗憾。  more »
  • I'd definitely recommend Qingyang Temple. It's a well-maintained site. The immediate vicinity is under heavy construction at the moment, but the nearby park and the overall neighborhood is worth a str...  more »
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  • The place here is Just okay
  • 成都市内的道观,周边交通比较方便。道观收门票的也是里面的道士,和马路上的熙熙攘攘不同,里面非常的安静,虽然并不是特别了解道教的文化,但是看着这些建筑,听着耳边不断萦绕的音乐,内心也觉得很平静。
  • 感觉这道观也不是清净之地了
  • 或許在歷史上是有它的價值,裡面供俸的神祇也沒問題,只是,裡面很多假道士。門票進去10元人民幣外,開頭講解的女道士說廟裡禁止拍照,還有要用左手不能用右手,因為右手是殺生之手(這是佛教?),講解到一個地方說要順時鐘轉三圈,講解結束後,進去問裡面的男道士,顧滑手機,連理都不理你。最誇張的是女道士最後帶我們到另棟建築,說裡面祭祀的是呂洞賓,要我們家人與家人一起,但是我和我弟卻強迫被分開,進去後,按生肖來取牌子,一對一的進行洗腦(解說),之後就跟我說要點燈祈福,問我好不好,就塞了一個蓮花蠟燭給我,指著斜後方要我去那結帳,我嚇一跳,發現我那盞要99元人民幣,我問他能否不點,他臉很臭的說,點燈要心甘情願,我回頭看到一起來的老師、同學,大家都點了,我只好默默的掏錢了事,最恐怖的是,老師和其他同學們都被迫點了最貴的蠟燭299元人民幣,這不是假神之名,行詐騙之實嗎?
  • 在大陸算得上比較好的道觀了,建築比較有道教風格,但不知道裡面為什麼也會供奉佛教的佛像。