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Pagoda Forest of Shaolin Temple

West of Shaolin Temple, Dengfeng 450000, China
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Wonderful creations

The pagoda forest has many tombs for the monks who attained Moksha (heavenly place). Some of the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Venkat R
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Cologne, Germany
These are unique Pagodas

These are unique Pagodas and the story behind how they are built and what they represent is very... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Dr_D5706
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Sydney, Canada
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West of Shaolin Temple, Dengfeng 450000, China
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The pagoda forest has many tombs for the monks who attained Moksha (heavenly place). Some of the pagodas are way too old spanning across centuries. Nice place inside the shaolin temple

Thank Venkat R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

These are unique Pagodas and the story behind how they are built and what they represent is very interesting.

Thank Dr_D5706
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Interesting to see their style of burial open windows mean multiple monks, closed mean single monks and possible disciples, very ornate and old, still keep Thi s tradition today but with modern sculpting themes, th elatest one had a Mobil phone, laptop and a motor...More

Thank AussieRoamers
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Talin, the Pagoda Forest, contains the tombs of many eminent monks dating back hundreds of years creating a visible historical record of Shaolin up to the present day. Some early tombs have been lost to time, but it's still an impressive museum of Chinese script...More

Thank nick e
Reviewed 16 May 2017

It's one thing that make me feel my money i paid to enter Shaolin temple worth because it's pretty pricy. It's the world heritage and also something original,when the real Shaolin temple was burned down already and made the new one instead, these pagodas are...More

Thank gevalicious
Reviewed 11 May 2017 via mobile

Here you can see tomb of the monks. The more they do goods in their life, the higher the pagoda layer. Right now the highest is 7 layer.

Thank boyen83
Reviewed 14 April 2017

Wowow breath taking, As I walked up to this place, Looks very old, graves of Monks, from long ago, Very interesting place

Thank Stephen B
Reviewed 13 February 2017

These were just as pretty as in the pictures and a really interesting thing to see. Once youve seen them you don't really need to spend much time there. They are kind of a see them and go kind of thing. If you like hiking,...More

Thank carolinedtess
Reviewed 11 February 2017

This is where the monks are buried. It is really peaceful and lovely. A far walk from the entrance. We had a guide so she made sure we didn't miss this.

Thank AFoolForTravel
Reviewed 18 December 2016 via mobile

This is part of the Shaolin complex so I'm not sure it deserves a separate review, bit for the fact that you might miss it. It will be good to visit with a guide who can point out various architectural styles of pagoda, tell you...More

Thank WWTraveller26
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