Xiamen Travel Notes DAY2
2019-05-02 Pfeiffer Century Shipping Editorial
Xiamen DAY2

Nanputuo Temple

Nanputuo Temple is located in the southeast of Wu Laofeng, Xiamen City, Fujian Province, adjacent to Xiamen University, facing the Bicheng Seaport. It was built in the late Tang Dynasty and was called Weizhou Temple. Song Zhiping was renamed Puzhao Temple. In the early Ming Dynasty, the temple was ridiculous. It was not rebuilt until the Kangxi period of the Qing Dynasty. Because it is dedicated to Guanyin Bodhisattva, it is similar to Zhejiang Putuoshan Guanyin Dojo, and it is named "South Putuo Temple" south of Putuo Mountain. It is one of the Buddhist resorts in southern Fujian. In the temple, the Ming Dynasty Wanli Year Blood Book "Miaofa Lianhua Jing" and He Chaozong's famous white porcelain Guanyin are the most valuable.


Romantic Gulangyu, a paradise for food.

On the southwestern beach of the island, there is a reef with a height of more than two meters and a cave in it. When the tide rises and the waves hit the reef, it sounds like a drum. People call it "Gulangshi", and Gulangyu gets its name. The streets of Gulangyu Island are short and criss-crossed, making it the largest island in Xiamen. There are national architectures on the island, but what attracts us is still the snacks of Net Red, Zhang San crazy milk tea, Miss Zhao’s shop, Turkish ice cream, etc.