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Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Park

Yacheng Town, Sanya, China
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US$75.00*
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One Day Private Tour of NanShan Temple Including Vegetarian Buffet Lunch
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Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

So crowded especially on the weekends, but definitely worth seeing. The charge for the park and statue is about 150 rmb.

Thank Danella L
Reviewed 19 December 2016

I visited this striking statue and park and was very impressed by it. There were a lot of people there but it was fairly spread out and although I didn't go inside the statue where there were queues of people, it didn't otherwise feel too...More

Thank goldengirlNewZealand
Reviewed 26 November 2016

This is our second visit to the Park. The place is huge. We use the tram service to move us around and to save time. We need to queue in order to enter the temple and to take a lift inside the temple that will...More

Thank ZhaoXiuMei
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

Unfortunatly we decided to visit this park the last day of our holidays in Sanya, the weather was horrible.... monsoon was coming 1nd it kept raining all day long. The park is very big and the view really spectacular.

Thank Yunting L
Reviewed 15 July 2016 via mobile

Yes this is a commercialised area but that is the way it is in China. The cost 121 rmb. However I was here all day. There is a forest hike to top of a mountain. Nanshan temple and many other temples. The huge goddess of...More

Thank Joe_Macpherson04
Reviewed 10 July 2016

I travelled an hour there and it costs about US 20 to enter the premise. You walk across a bridge to the bottom of the budda and enters a temple like hall...you can go to the next level. But you have to pay for the...More

Thank clubikon
Reviewed 26 June 2016

This breathtaking statue is really a great sight and if you catch it on a clear blue sky day the contrast is beautiful between white and blue. Worth a long ride and plenty of other sites around to explore too

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Reviewed 22 June 2016

There were several temples in the Park. The most visited was the large buddha (and the raison d'etre) where we took an elevator to about 3/4 way, then the rest of by climbing the stairs. The view around the base of statue was beautiful. We...More

Thank gripbic45
Reviewed 4 June 2016

If you need a break from the beaches of Hainan, this is a big park to visit. We could see the main Buddha figure during our landing approach already. It is built into the sea, with three faces facing into different directions. It is situated...More

Thank alcoholic_de
Reviewed 23 May 2016

The dominant feature and reason we visited is obviously the 3 sided Guan Yin, (sea goddess I think?) which towers over the park and surrounding area. After a walk of about 40 minutes arriving at the base you get the scale of this impressive statue,...More

Thank Lorraine_and_Bruce_M
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