Yonghe Temple

Yonghe Temple (中文: 雍和宫) is a tourist attraction, one of the Buddhist temples in Beijing, China. It is located: 334 km from Tianjin, 467 km from Tangshan, 810 km from Shijiazhuang.

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Location

, N39°56'48", E116°24'39". Get directions

Contact

Website: www.yonghegong.cn

Open hours
  • Mon-Sun 9:00 AM–4:30 PM

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Sam
8 August 2017
Lovely temple complex. A must see in Beijing after the forbidden city. Don't forget your free incense on the left as you walk in. Join the locals and offer some to the buddhas!
Amy Sullivan
5 February 2017
Come here for a peaceful moment, and mindful reflection. Men step left foot first over the thresholds, ladies step right foot first. If you take photos, only outside - not in any of the buildings.
Katy
4 February 2015
Thats one of my fav temples in Beijing. If you can come here during the week. And you cant bring your own incense anymore. But you will get it for free. (After you pay 25RMB for entrance)
Ehsan Seratin
24 June 2017
People are saying prayers, burning incense and there are a lot of Buddhas here. The architecture is really worth of paying a visit, also it is a good place to have a peaceful time.
Tian Xie
23 October 2017
Be respectful of beautiful temple and the people praying and just use a few sticks of incense as suggested so you're not holding a torch.
Andrew 翁
11 December 2014
Be prepared to take the audio guide gadget to know more underneath story of this historical & spiritual old Buddhist temple. Famous, best scenic views & crowded tourist spot in Beijing. 11122014
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