Not to be confused with the Temple of the Jade Buddha, this is an old temple said to have been built in AD 247.

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Jing'an Temple, Shanghai

Not to be confused with the Temple of the Jade Buddha, this is an old temple said to have been built in AD 247..

Not to be confused with the Temple of the Jade Buddha, this is an old temple said to have been built in AD 247.


Hours

Sun

7:30

17:00

Mon

7:30

17:00

Tue

7:30

17:00

Wed

7:30

17:00

Thu

7:30

17:00

Fri

7:30

17:00

Sat

7:30

17:00

About Jing'an Temple

 Jing'an Temple, Nanjing West Road, Jing'an, China, 200003

Jing'an Temple and Nearby Sights on Map

Shanghai French Concession

Get away from the busy streets and explore the area between Julu Road to the north and Huaihai Road running through the center, plus Maoming Road and surrounding area to the south of Huaihai Road

Jade Buddha Temple

It is one of the most famous Buddhist shrines in Shanghai

Soong Ching Ling's Former Residence (Shanghai)

Much state business took place at the residence

Sun Yat-sen's Former Residence

The house was the Shanghai residence of Sun Yat-sen and his wife Soong Ching Ling from 1918-1937

Fuxing Park

This European style park formerly known as ''French Park'' is popular park, with gardens, open spaces and restaurants and clubs dotted throughout

Zhou Enlai's Former Residence

This was the former Shanghai Office of the Delegation of the Communist Party in China from June 1946

Site of the First National Congress of CPC

A short tour where the Communist Party of the P

Xin Tian Di

Experience the history and culture of the city in this affluent neighbourhood

The Shanghai Museum

The premiere museum of Chinese art and artifacts

Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

More interesting than you would expect given its name, this museum documents the history of Shanghai and attempts to chart its future, with changing exhibits on the first two floors and a permanent exhibition on the rest - including an exhibition of Communist propoganda posters