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Wugong Temple

Haifu Road, Xiuying District, Haikou 570311, China
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Boring

Might give this attraction higher points in the winter, but there's nothing much to see here and... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2016
gbtl
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Singapore
Nothing much there

We were there late afternoon, there is nothing much to see there and the place not very well... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2016
SGConnie
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Singapore, Singapore
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  • Excellent3%
  • Very good26%
  • Average45%
  • Poor26%
  • Terrible0%
6 Aug 2016
“Boring”
7 Jan 2016
“Nothing much there”
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Haifu Road, Xiuying District, Haikou 570311, China
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Reviewed 6 August 2016

Might give this attraction higher points in the winter, but there's nothing much to see here and the sun was scorching hot. We went back to the hotel after a while

1  Thank gbtl
Reviewed 7 January 2016 via mobile

We were there late afternoon, there is nothing much to see there and the place not very well preserved, looked like an abandoned place to me.

1  Thank SGConnie
Reviewed 25 August 2015 via mobile

The temple itself is surrounded by some construction during our visit, and within the compound there seems to be some work being done as well. Overall it is a very significant historical landmark which really could use some investment in preservation and restoration. It's a...More

1  Thank QuakesNewYork
Reviewed 8 October 2014

This is actually a memorial dedicated to the 5 famous outcasts residing in Hainan. Nothing much to see and some of the exhibits were badly maintain. Very limited English narrations. Bring someone who reads Chinese and perhaps you'd get some useful info. Maintenance and cleanliness...More

2  Thank Tonelim
Reviewed 18 October 2013

Luckily for me my wife is Chinese so she interpreted the guides tour. There we're signs in English but not enough information to explain the importance of the temple. The rather rather disappointing but free Haikou museum is next to it. Do not confuse with...More

1  Thank AcbMei
Reviewed 1 April 2013

Visited the temple and although the price is cheap, the condition inside is, well pathetic. Dirt and leaves everywhere, and not a single bench was clean enough to sit on. The attendants were all sleeping, except one girl who was playing on her cellphone and...More

3  Thank haikouguy
Reviewed 14 June 2012

Signages are all in Chinese. Non-Chinese educated visitors won't have clue as to whats happening. Why were the 5 officials banished? Why did a subsequent emperor build the halls in their memories? The stone statues of the 5 lords have only Chinese text. Non-Chinese educated...More

1  Thank SingaporeViews
Reviewed 3 April 2012

Wugong Temple is a combination of an Old school complex, combined with modern museum which display the history of Hainan. The school complex, is a complex that was build several hundreds years ago to teach the local Hainan people how to read and write Chinese....More

1  Thank Riou108
Reviewed 9 February 2011

Maybe I've been soiled living and travelling in China. However this place did not feel very old. Most of the things there were copies and it has been heavily restored. Not worth your time unless you have a lot of time. On the plus side...More

1  Thank Loopins
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