Ba Da Chu Park – Eight Alters in the Ancient Hills (Private) by Drnantu
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Ba Da Chu Park – Eight Alters in the Ancient Hills (Private)

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Gain insight into the Eight Altars in the Ancient Hills


  • Buddha’s Tooth Relic Pagoda
  • Changan Temple (长安寺), means the temple of Eternal Peace.
  • Lingguang Temple (灵光寺), means the temple of Divine Light.
  • Sanshan Nunnery (三山庵), means the nunnery of Three-hills.
  • Dabei Temple (大悲寺), means the temple of Great Mercy.
  • Longquan Nunnery (龙泉庵), means the nunnery of Dragon Spring.
  • Xiangjie Temple (香界寺), means the temple of the Fragrant World.
  • Baozhu Cave (宝珠洞), means the cave of Precious Pearl.
  • Zhengguo Temple (正果寺), means the temple of Thoroughly Transform.


  • Round-trip transfer from selected centrally located hotels (within 4th ring road)
  • Private car or mini van
  • Main entrance fees
  • English-speaking guide
  • Bottled water on board


  • Optional guide & driver gratuities

Please Note

  • Please notify at least 12 hours in advance of health conditions, special food requests, or if you are physically challenged.
  • Private tours provide the highest level of personal attention for passengers with special needs such as limited mobility.

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Ba Da Chu Park (Eight Temple Park) is located in the south part of the Western Hills of Beijing bordering the area known as Fragrant Hills. It has been, since the Tang Dynasty an area of pilgrimage for Buddhists, Emperors, Officials, Scholars, Monks, Nuns and the common people. It is particularly popular during the hot summer months when the hills and foliage provide a serene and beautiful escape from the summer heat. It is known as Eight Temple Park because of eight Buddhist temples and nunneries, which are spread across Cuiwei, Pingpo and Lushi Hills. You begin with the most important site and where you will find most of the Monks and pilgrims in these active temples - the Buddha’s Tooth Relic Pagoda. Then you will stroll from one temple to another, enjoying the beautiful scenery and admiring pavilions, famous artifacts and rare ancient trees, and see the resident Monks and nuns going about their daily routines.

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