Buried away down a historic alley, the city's Confucius Temple is home to a spirit wall and a folk-art museum. As with most Confucius...
This street (called Wanshou Gong) is worth a wander to look at the grey brick historic church at No 5 and the nearby dilapidated...
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
This quite astonishing sight along Jiefang Lu is worth going out of your way to explore. Built in 1870, the neoclassical house of...
Head to this long, long street lined with all manner of restaurants and outdoor shāokǎo (barbecue) places. You can get noodles, of...
Dilianggong Jie; 狄梁公街 · interesting places nearby
Chóngshàn Temple information
The double-eaved wooden hall in this Ming temple contains three magnificent statues: Samantabhadra (the Bodhisattva of Truth), Guanyin (the Goddess of Mercy with 1000 arms) and Manjusri (the Bodhisattva of Wisdom with 1000 alms bowls). The entrance is down an alley off Dilianggong Jie behind the Confucius Temple , which still has its spirit wall standing guard, as well as a folk-art museum.