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Ching Shu Hin

Following the Trail of Chinese Heritage

January 10th 2015
Hello my fellow travellers! Today has been a good day filled to the brim with Chinese heritage sites. I begun the day with visit to the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery (fair warning, it's not actually a monastery since there are no monks living here, the temple is run by laymen). It's a sweaty hike up a steep hill to reach the monastery and the path there is lined with golden statues. I must ... read more
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4th May 2015

Jackpot
Sounds as if you found the trail to find many gems...and some without other tourists! Kinda shows how many temples there must be in China but there are many mountains that are covered by them!
5th May 2015

Jackpot
Haha, yes indeed my dancing friend! There are no shortage of temples in China. =) I was in general very fortunate on this trip to not have to rub elbows with two many tourists!

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