• | 0 Reviews | Free | Buddhism

    Address: 81 Baoguang Jie,Xindu District, Chengdu

    Description: Built during the Eastern Han Dynasty, Bao Guan monestary has been destroyed twice – once during the Yuan Dynasty and once during the Ming – but has been splendidly rebuilt both times. The main attractions her...

  • | 0 Reviews | 10 RMB per person | Islam

    Address: 2 Xiaohe Jie, Chengdu (West to Tianfu Square)

    Description: Built during the late 1600s, Huangcheng Mosque was devastated by war in 1917. Though it was rebuilt after the war, its present form is smaller than the original. Regardless of your religious beliefs, the worshi...

  • | 0 Reviews | Jinjiang | Buddhism

    Address: 23 Dacisi Lu, Jinjiang District, Chengdu

  • | 0 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: 17 Sishengci Beijie, Jinjiang District, Chengdu Postcode: 610017


    Founded by a Canadian Methodist Mission in 1894, Enguang now houses the Sichuan Seminary, and is the largest Christian church in Chengdu.


  • | 0 Reviews | 10RMB per person | Taoism

    Address: 9, 2nd West Section, Yihuan Lu, Chengdu Postcode: 610072

    Description: Located on the banks of the Yijin River, Qingyang Palace was constructing during the Tang Dynasty, when religion was flourishing in China. Look closely at the goats located outside of Sanqing hall and you'll se...

  • | 0 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: 98 Zhongxi Shuncheng Jie, Chengdu Postcode: 610015

  • | 0 Reviews | 30RMB per person | Buddhism

    Address: 15 Wenshuyuan Jie, Chengdu Postcode:610017

    Description: Called the Louvre of Chengdu by some, Wenshu temple displays over 500 works of Chinese painting and calligraphy done by national masters. When you're done reveling in the artistry, head next door to the temple'...

  • | 0 Reviews | 9RMB per person | Buddhism

    Address: Qinglong Xiang(5km away from Chengdu), Chengdu Postcode: 610081

    Description: This unassuming, incense-filled Tang Dynasty temple is the largest Buddhist shrine in Chengdu. Rebuilt by Buddhist monk Po Shan in the Qing Dynasty, Zhaojue has been used as a model for many other temples aroun...