武侯祠 The Wuhou Temple features beautiful gardens and old bonsai trees. The temple was originally built to house Shu Emperor Liu Bei's remains in 221. The temple burned during the wars that toppled the Ming Dynasty and was rebuilt in 1671–1672 during the Qing Dynasty.
Located next to Jinli Street, these two activities are usually done together. After a stroll through the temple you can enjoy a drink or snack on Jinli Street, or pick up some souvenirs.
Average time for this activity (in hrs):
Opening hours: 8:00am until 6:00pm with last admission at 5:00pm
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