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Temple of the Five Immortals (Wuxian Guan)

Huifu West Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou 510120, China
+86 20 8333 6853
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Private Tour: Guangzhou City Sightseeing Including Yuexiu Park
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Huifu West Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou 510120, China
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Reviewed 1 March 2018

To the South of the Huaisheng Mosque. The Five Immortals (Wu Xing) are the five chinese traditional elements: fire(huo), water(shui), earth(tu), wood(mu), metal(jin), as well as the five planets: Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, the five seasons: 4 + 1 transitional, five phases/cycles: generatio &...More

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Reviewed 25 September 2017

"History Buffs" will be enchanted by the shrine, its artefacts and "Historical Relics"!! The Temple was built about 550 years ago--- and honours 5 people-- presented as three males and 2 females astride their goats. Like some of China's history-- violence has taken its toll....More

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Reviewed 3 September 2017

I really enjoyed visiting this temple, it was very big and had a beautiful garden area with koi and turtles.

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Reviewed 15 December 2015 via mobile

We went there after visiting the old mosque nearby,Huaisheng Mosque,seeing both places gave us a good insight how life was there in the old times,people used to live on boats and conduct their business from there. The temple is well kept,has a statue of the...More

1  Thank AliciaCecilia
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Reviewed 8 August 2015

How sad that the temple really doesn't exist any more. It is quite a nice space and the hall is pleasant, but it really is a shame that more didn't survive, as it is a crucial part of Guangzhou's mythological story. Good for temple and...More

1  Thank tombillinge
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Reviewed 18 May 2015

If you've been to a number of temples in China then you might get bored here. But if you're a history or culture buff then you'll probably enjoy it. The temple seems to be better maintained and is less crowded than some of the more...More

1  Thank James D
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Reviewed 7 May 2015

The Temple of Five Rams is set in a lovely park with emaculately maintained gardens in the heart of the city. An ideal place to escape for a few hours and wander around with the locals and soak in the bird life and ambience.At the...More

Thank Courtney S
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Reviewed 25 July 2014

This is and incredible place, the temple is surrounded by small shops and traffic, but once you pass the beautiful doors and the gods guarding the entrance you can actually feel, sense and hear the environment. For a western person (Mexican) is very interesting to...More

1  Thank Mike_on_trip
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Reviewed 27 April 2014

The Temple of Five Immortals - incorporating also the Museum of Yuexiu District - is a nice break from the chaotic Guangzhou and particularly from the Ximenkou area. To get there take the metro and get off at the Ximenkou stop, then ask for directions...More

3  Thank Ilaria M
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Reviewed 28 February 2014 via mobile

Stumbled upon this place while out for a walk from our hotel. We were ushered in by older people playing badminton. Its free even though you need to grab a ticket. Lots of little areas to explore and very peaceful.

1  Thank Justine L
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