Foshan attractions

Taoist Site in Foshan


The 11th-century Zǔmiào temple is believed to be the site where Cantonese opera flourished. The art is still performed today during festivals to entertain the gods, and the tourists. Sharing the complex are a Confuc…
Arts Centre in Foshan

Nánfēng Ancient Kiln Artists' Village

This lovely ceramics town of stone-paved paths is worth snooping around in for its artisans' ceramics workshops and the two ancient ‘dragon kilns’ of more than 30m in length. The modern Bruce Lee statues celebrating…
Gardens in Foshan

Liáng Garden

This tranquil residence of a family that produced painters and calligraphers was built during the Qing dynasty. Designed in a Lǐngnán style, it delights with ponds, willow-lined pathways and, in summer, trees heavy …
Buddhist Site in Foshan

Rénshòu Temple

This former Ming monastery remains an active place of worship today. Inside, you’ll find a pagoda built in 1656, and the Fóshān Folk Arts Studio, featuring pretty paper-cut art.
Historic Building in Foshan

Fóshān Lǐngnán Tiāndì

A photogenic collection of restored medicinal shops, Chinese liquor stores and old villas that are occupied by swanky boutiques, upmarket eateries and trendy bars.