Pǔtuóshān's oldest structure is this five-storey, 18m high stone pagoda, with alcoves carved from the rock sheltering Buddhist statues....
This small museum contains some of the Ming and Qing dynasty relics from Pǔtuóshān's temples, including effigies in bronze and jade and...
One Hundred Step Beach
The most popular of Pǔtuóshān’s beaches has a pretty pagoda perched on terraced rock that always has a crowd. Swimming is allowed...
Pǔjì Temple Vegetarian Restaurant
A vegetarian canteen inside Pǔjì Temple , serving great value meals. Buy a ticket at the 'box office' and then grab a bowl.
Pǔjì Temple information
Fronted by large ponds and overlooked by towering camphor trees and Luóhàn pines, this recently restored Chan (Zen) temple stands by the main square and dates to at least the 17th century. Beyond chubby Milefo sitting in a red, gold and green burnished cabinet in the Hall of Heavenly Kings, throngs of worshippers stand with flaming incense in front of the colossal main hall. Note the seated 1000-arm effigy of Guanyin in the Pumen Hall (普门殿; Pǔméndiàn ).
Pǔjì has a large vegetarian canteen serving up humble temple food to visitors. Buses leave from the west side of the temple to various points around the island.