Shailin Martial Arts Hall, Dengfeng
(3.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Enjoy a kung fu spectacle at the UNESCO-protected Shailin Martial Arts Hall, where visitors are encouraged to climb up to the stage and have a shot against skilled martial artists. After your mock fight, visit the nearby pagoda forest, a cemetery for monks and the largest pagoda complex in the country. See monks praying and performing rituals in Mahavira Hall, admire the golden Maitreya Buddha statues at Shanmen Hall, then head to the Hall of Heavenly Kings to seek guidance and blessings. Arrange to visit Shailin Martial Arts Hall and other attractions in Dengfeng using our Dengfeng tour planner.
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  • At the entrance gate and are immediately on the right side of the school students! Before the entrance at the best price you can buy souvenirs because the farther the more expensive
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  • Time Shao Lin Jing-an introduction to tickets at no extra cost can be seen. Five times a day, once a 30-minute demonstration and. (Summer 7 times) 10:30, 11:30, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00 start. Lined up about 30 minutes later elsewhere, and like 14:00 times. Venue seats are quite often, audience, come many was that while it was occupied. Come early if you want to see in the front, and be lined up better. Time and high school young monks coming out about elementary school kids, Shaolin martial arts demonstrations began. Cute little Monk played Monkey Fist (Monkey Fist), my smile was spilt. Also, motion idea on the way from the audience up on stage 3 people who want to learn martial arts from the monks, to imitate, but foreigners participate, monk and difficult to mimic foreign or ludicrous moves, is pretty interesting. Location is near the scenic area, at the entrance, so nicely fit the time, watching the first, or else just good looks last.
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  • Awesome to view and consider the age and passing of monks who have left their mark. Need to be able to climb stairs although none of them are long staircases.