Avoid the crowds, there is also a small check-in place in Chaozhou city, there are not many people, hurry up

time:2023-02-09 07:16:29 source:kilakilavilla.com author:3 days
Avoid the crowds, there is also a small check-in place in Chaozhou city, there are not many people, hurry up

The most fearful thing when traveling to a city is to follow the crowds. In order to avoid the crowds in the archway, what I recommend today is a very small check-in place-Danfuyuan. The first time I came to Danfuyuan, I was attracted by the majestic and magnificent school in front of me, the archway with gray tiles and white walls and the bronze sculptures standing in the green inkstone peaks. The air here is very good, there are few people and it is very quiet. We went to the restaurant there on a hearty afternoon for dinner, and the family entertained guests, so we came here for dinner. I was also shocked by what I saw when I came here. It is worthy of being a national 4A-level scenic spot. Everyone must come here to see the entrance archway. It is a building on the top of Sanmen Xieshan. It is 16 meters high and magnificent. Cantonese Essence", with "Jin Sheng" and "Yu Zhen" inscribed on both sides respectively, both of which are the handwriting of Mr. Jao Tsung-I, a master of Chinese studies. There are lakes and mountains around here, and as soon as you enter, it gives people a very comfortable feeling. It is also a good place to feed the pigeons, but when we came there would be less pigeons when it rained. Going up the stairs, there are inscriptions in the wind and rain corridors on both sides, and you can appreciate the masterpieces of calligraphy masters of the past dynasties. After reaching the top of the mountain, we can see the main hall. The main hall is majestic and majestic, with a stable appearance, glazed flying tiles, rose-red granite columns, solemn and solemn. In the center of the plaque is "Lufuyuan" with three golden characters, written by Pu Jie, the younger brother of the last emperor of the Qing Dynasty. The woodcut couplet hanging outside the door reads "Looking at the clouds from a distance, and seeing from a high altitude", which is the late president of the Buddhist Association of China and a famous calligrapher. It was written by Zhao Puchu himself. The hall contains representative cultural relics of Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism. Tickets: 300 (half price with student ID) The ticket price is based on the on-site price. Opening time: 08:00-17:30 Transportation: There is a parking lot, and the old city is half an hour's drive from here.

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