Religious Sites >>

  • Jietai Temple During any visit to China, you will encounter tour guides telling tales of ancient trees in temple courtyards.

  • Yunju Temple The Yunju Temple is situated inside a limestone cave, south of the Shangfang Mountains. It came into being up around an ancient shrine.

  • Fahai Temple Buddhist murals that date from the Ming Dynasty can be seen at Fahai  Temple, located on the western fringes of Beijing.

  • Sleeping Buddha Temple Located on the eastern side of the Fragrant Hills, the temple was built in the 7th century during the heyday of the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907).

  • Niu Jie Mosque Niu Jie Mosque is the oldest and largest mosque in Beijing, and one of the world's most famous mosques.

  • Dongsi Mosque Built in 1447 during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), this mosque combines Chinese and Arabic styles together just like the Niu Jie Mosque.

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