Huiji Temple

The Huiji Temple, also aptly named Temple of Foding Hill, is situated on top of Foding Hill, built in the 58th year (1793 AD) of Emperor Qianlong's reign during the Qing Dynasty. After the 33rd year (1907 AD) of the reign of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty when tri-pitaka was called in the Huiji Temple expanded to the present size and became one of the three biggest temples on Mt. Putuo. The Huiji Temple features a grand convent, built by the nun, Huiyuan during the Ming Dynasty, but was then converted to a temple afterwards.
The temple is surrounded by many ancient trees, some of which are rare valuable plants for viewing and admiration. To the southeast of the temple is the Baihua Peak on which there is a beacon for navigation. Be sure to check out the four big characters "Buddhist Country of Sea and Heaven" which can be seen far away in the sea, inscribed on the southern cliff of the hill when you decide to visit. Here is some guide information about Huiji Temple for your travel to Huiji Temple, The detail is as follows: Address: Putuo Mountain, Zhejiang  Admission Fee: CNY5/Person  Opening hours: 07:00 a.m-17:00 p.m  Contact Number: 86 871 4199018

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