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Guandi Temple (National AAAA-Level Tourist Attraction)
Issue time:2019-11-07

Guandi Temple is located in Haizhou County, Yuncheng, Shanxi Province. It belongs to the important heritage sites under state protection and is one of the national 4A level tourist attractions. It earned the name “Father of Guandi Temple “and “Chief of Martial Temple” because of its earliest founding, largest scale, highest standard and most complete preservation. Until now, three relevant tourist attractions as “Guandi Temple in Haizhou, Guandi Family temple in Changping, and Guandi Ancestral Mausoleum in Changping” have been initially formed. The scenic spot has been awarded the honorary titles of “Top ten tourism brands of Shanxi Province”, “Top ten excellent tourism attractions of Shanxi Province”, “Chinese tourism culture contribution unit”, “Cross-strait exchange base” and “2009 annual international leisure tourism brand unit”, etc. In 2008, the activity of “Guan Gong Belief and Custom” was listed in the national non-material cultural heritage list by the State Council. And the “International Guan Gong Cultural Festival” has been rated national top ten people festival activities and been given the “Project Award” among the “Galaxy Awards” in the continuous two years since 2010. In 2012, the “Guan Sheng Cultural Architectural Complex” was included in the preliminary list of China’s world cultural heritage. Guandi Temple in Haizhou was granted the title of “Cross-strait exchange base” by the State Council in 2013, and in June of 2015, it was endowed “International cultural exchange base of overseas Chinese”. Three annually held cultural activities “Gaudi’s Patrol (a traditional ancient temple fair on the 8th day of the fourth lunar month)”, “Guandi’s Birthday on the 24th day of sixth lunar month”, and “Guan Gong cultural tourism festival in Yuncheng Shanxi Province” which has been held in the continuous 26 years have drawn the attention of the world. As the sign of Guan Gong culture exchange between Shanxi and Fujian, Shanxi and Taiwan, the statue of Emperor Guandi has travelled to Fujian for three times, and has once visited Taiwan since the year 2009, which has caused a sensation and has laid a solid foundation for carrying forward Guan Gong culture, expanding Guan Gong brand effect, and enhancing the friendship between both sides of the exchange. After years of careful building, Guandi Temple in Haizhou has developed into a worldwide famous cultural relic tourism brand and become a holy land for tourists and pilgrims at home and abroad to look around and trace their families’ roots.

Guandi Temple in Haizhou

Guandi Temple in Haizhou was first built in 589 AD at the beginning of the Sui Dynasty and was extended in the following dynasties. Most of the structures and buildings were restored or reconstructed during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is located in Haizhou County, 20 kilometers away from Yuncheng City, with magnificent Zhongtiao Mountain to the south and vase expanse of Salt Lake to the north. Temples, pavilions, lakes and mountains enhance each other’s beauty. Covering a total area of 220,000 square meters, Guandi Temple is a well-preserved and large-scale ancient construction group. Its layout resembles China’s traditional “front court and back chambers” and the axisymmetric palace. And along the axis are placed the three gateways Duanmen, Zhimen and Wumen, and the Yushu Tower, Chongning Hall and the Spring and Autumn Tower, flanking with memorial archways made of wood or stone, stone tablet pavilion, bell pavilion, the east-to-west corridors and old towering cypresses, which all suggest an air of royal palace. Hanging in the temple are plaques inscribed by Emperor Kangxi, Emperor Qianlong, Emperor Xianfeng, and Empress Dowager Cixi, which can be regarded as treasures. As the essence of the buildings in the temple, the Spring and Autumn Building is recognized as the treasure of ancient architecture in China because of its unique two-story suspension beam and column structure.

Jieyi Garden

Situated on the north and south sides of Duanmen, Jieyi Garden was first built in 1620 AD during the Wanli reign of the Ming Dynasty. In the garden, there is a four-storey and three-room pailou with a roof made of wood and colored glaze. Two plaques inscribed with “Jieyi Garden” and “Shan Xiong Shui Kuo” written in 27th year under the reign of Emperor Qianlong (1762 AD) by Yan Rusa (the governor of Haizhou County then) are hung respectively in the front and back of the pailou. On the wall are painted natural sceneries and people & stories during the period of Three Kingdoms. With its delicate structure and grandiosity, this pailou is considered the most magnificent wooden pailou in the temple.

The Four Dragon Screen

To the south of the Duanmen Gateway is a colorful glazed four dragon screen which was made during the reign of Xuande in Ming Dynasty (1426AD—1435AD). Architecturally, it can achieve the effect of hindering vision and enriching the spacial layers of the landscape; culturally, it belongs to the category of “fu rui” in Chinese traditional Fengshui, aiming at eliminating disasters and blessing the lives. On the screen, the painting is divided into three areas from top to bottom, namely the sky, the earth and the sea, with four flying dragons as its main part and other auspicious beasts like phoenixes, kylins, jade rabbits as foil, which conveys rich cultural connotation.

Duanmen Gateway

Duanmen Gateway is the south gate of Guandi Temple, lying in the southmost of the temple complex. It was rebuilt during the Jiajing reign of the Ming Dynasty, the date when it was first built unknown. Duanmen is a primitive and magnificent brick structure palace door. Its exterior brick carving looks like wood construction. In the middle of the lintel was engraved three Chinese characters “Guan di miao” (Guandi Temple), and above the back of the gateway was hung a plaque inscribed with “Fu Han Ren Wu”. Next to the middle archway at each side are two sub-archways with the plaque “Jing Zhong Guan Ri” hung on the lintel of the east and “Da Yi Can Tian” the west. Owing to its harmonious architectural proportion, elegant shape and vigorous carvings, Duanmen Gateway can be regarded as one of the best brick doors in Ming Dynasty.

The Bell Tower and the Drum Tower

The Bell Tower and the Drum Tower are located on the east and west sides of the two gateways Duanmen and Zhimen, and is respectively connected with the east and west corner of the main temple’s front wall. They were constructed in the  37thyear of Wanli in Ming Dynasty, and the existing buildings are the relics of Qianlong period in Qing Dynasty. These two towers both have square plan and two floors. The lower layer is a brick pier and the upper layer is covered by a double-eave wooden roof in the “Xieshan” style, with tile roofs made of glass components and all kinds of vivid legendary-animal-shaped ornaments on it. The two towers have the same shape, appearance and symmetrical position, and are of loft style. Their main purpose is to hang the bell and the drum to strengthen their prestige.

Zhimen Gatewa

Located in the axis of the temple complex, to the north of Duanmen Gateway, Zhimen Gateway is the second gate of the temple which is dedicated to the emperor. When it was built is unclear but it was repaired in Ming Dynasty. The existing building was rebuilt in the late Qing Dynasty. Zhimen Gateway is three bays wide and two bays deep, with a single-eave roof in “Xieshan” style. On the north of this gateway is the music building, which shares the same platform base and tile eave with Zhimen. This music building, sitting south facing north, is a place to worship the emperor and show gratitude to the gods as well.


Yushu Tower

Yushu Tower, formerly named Bagua Tower, is located in the center of the axis of the temple complex. The existing building were mainly built during the reign of Kangxi and Qianlong in Qing Dynasty. There is a one bay room protruding from the front, the roof of which adopts the Chinese traditional “Wudian” style with single eave; while from the back there comes a three bays room with a single eave curled roof. The ceiling is constructed in carved wooden octagonal caisson, with the design of “Bagua” on the top, hence the name “Bagua Building”. In the 42th year of Kangxi (1703 AD), Emperor Kangxi made a pilgrimage to the west to worship Guan Yu, and wrote four characters “Yi Bing Qian Kun” (righteousness of the universe) to honor him. Then in the 27th year of Qianlong (1762 AD), Emperor Qianlong changed its name to “Yushu” (meaning it is written by the emperor) in order to commemorate Emperor Kangxi.

The Bell Pavilion and the Stele Pavilion

Located on the east and west sides of Chongning Hall, the Bell Pavilion and the Stele Pavilion were additionally built in Qing Dynasty. The Bell Pavilion is in front of Chongning Hall to the west and was reconstructed in the 14th year of Jiaqing (1890 AD). The iron bell in the pavilion was cast in 1660, the 17th year of Shunzhi in Qing Dynasty. On the opposite side in front of Chongning Hall is located the Stele Pavilion, where a poem monument left by Prince Guo (Yongzheng’s younger brother) in the 12th year of Yongzheng (1734 AD) is preserved. The two pavilions stand face to face, with similar scale and shape.

The Sword Tower and the Seal Tower

The Sword Tower and the Seal Tower are located on the two sides of the Spring and Autumn Building, with the Sword Tower to the east and the Seal Tower to the west. They have identical structure: the same width and depth of three bays and three layers of eave in Chinese traditional cross Xieshan style above the second floor. The sword of Guan Yu (A green dragon that blurs the moonlight) is placed in the Sword Tower while his official seal (Shou ting hou in Han Dynasty) is displayed in the Seal Tower.

The Spring and Autumn Building

Located at the end of the axis, the Spring and Autumn Building is the resting palace of Guan Yu. It was also called “Lin jing ge”. The reason why it was well known for the name “the Spring and Autumn Building” is simply because Guan Yu had been reading the classic book Spring and Autumn here at night. The exact date when this building was first built is unknown and we only know that it was rebuilt during Wanli reign in Ming Dynasty. It’s seven bays wide and six bays deep, with double storeys, triple eaves and “Xieshan” style roof. A statue of Guan Yu in military costume is shrined on the first floor while a real-sized statue of Guan Yu reading Spring and Autumn at night on the second floor. The full text of Spring and Autumn was carved in the inner wall of the warm partition. There are three “caissons” hanging from the top, and “suspended beams and columns” around the building, all of which are treasures of ancient architecture.

Guandi Family Temple in Changping

Guandi Family Temple in Changping is located in Changping Village, 10 kilometers southwest of Yuncheng City, 8 kilometers away from Guandi Temple in Haizhou, covering an area of 15,000 square meters. The architectural layout of the whole temple adopts the style of “front court and back chambers” , which is similar to that of Guandi Temple in Haizhou. The Niangniang Temple, Shengzu Temple and the Brick Tower built in Jin Dynasty are unique among all Guandi temples in the world, which can be called “three wonders”.

The temple was Guan Yu’s former residence, where he had been living since birth and till his escape. After his death, local people and his descendants built this temple as a worship place to commemorate Guan Yu and his ancestors for three generations, hence the earliest Guandi Temple in the world and the earliest birthplace and distribution of Guan Gong Culture as well. Most of the existing buildings in the temple were built in Qing Dynasty.

Shifang (stone arch) in the Hometown of Emperor Guan

Shihfang (stone arch) in the Hometown of Emperor Guan is located in the south of this family temple. There is a line carved in the outside column of the second chamber, saying “Erected by Patrol procurator Wang Xiu in July of the 2nd year of Jiajing in Ming Dynasty (1523 AD)”. It is a four-column three-bay wide arch, with a plaque of “Hometown of Emperor Guan” hanging above the two higher middle columns, both twined by two dragons. The whole style is simple and unadorned.

Chongning Hall (Guandi Temple in Changping)

Chongning Hall is located in the center of the temple’s central axis. Guan Yu was named “Chongning real king” by Emperor Huizong of Song Dynasty in 1104 AD, hence the name “Chongning Hall”. The existing construction was built during Jiaqing period of Qing Dynasty. The hall is five bays wide and four bays deep with a double-eave and nine-ridge roof in the “Xieshan” style. Inside the hall, a colored statue of Emperor Guan is enshrined, and on both sides of the shrine is standing a statue of respectful attendant. A couplet in praise of Guan’s bravery is hung on the side columns of the hall.

Niangniang Temple

Niangniang Temple is located in the traditional sihe courtyard behind Chongning Hall, sitting north facing south. It is five bays wide and deep, surrounded by corridors, with a double-eave roof in “Xieshan” style. Since Song and Jin Dynasties, this hall has already been built to worship the wife of Guan Yu, who was entitled “Virtue Divinity Empress Su Ying” in the 12th year of Wanli in Ming Dynasty (1614 AD). Inside the temple is enshrined a colored statue of Guan Yu’s wife, wearing a golden phoenix crown, with a dignified face and clear eyes. The east and west wing rooms are equipped to worship Guan Ping couple and Guan Xing couple.


Shengzu Temple (Saint ancestor temple)

Shengzu Temple is located at the northernmost end of the central axis of the family temple. The roof is in “Xuanshan” style. The main statue in the hall is the statue of the first ancestor of Guan family, Guan Longjie, Zhongjian Gong, who was a senior civil official in Xia Dynasty. The statues of Guan Yu’s great-grandfather Guangzhao Gong, grandfather Yuchang Gong, father Chengzhong Gong (all the titles were granted in the 5th year of Yongzheng in Qing Dynasty (1727 AD) ) and those of his great-grandmother, grandmother, mother are worshiped on the east and west side of the hall. The existing architecture is in the style of the early Qianlong period in Qing Dynasty.

Sacrificial Hall

The Sacrificial Hall is located at the central axis of Guandi family temple in Changping, to the south of Chongning Hall. It is three bays wide and deep, with a “Xuanshan” style roof. It is a place for people to worship Emperor Guan, display tributes and burn incense. Every Qingming, Mid-Autumn and Guandi’s birthday, believers and tourists from all over the world will come to worship. And on every 1st and 15th day of lunar month, local people also offer sacrifices to Guandi, which has become their indispensable regular activities for mind reposing.

Ancestral Home Tower

The Ancestral Home Tower is located on the east side of the gate of Guandi Family Temple in Changping. It is an octagonal and seven level brick tower which was initially built in the first year of Zhongping in East Han Dynasty (184 AD) and rebuilt in the 17th year of Dading in Jin Dynasty (in 1177 AD). There used to be a well under the pagoda. It is said that after Guan Yu killed Lv Xiong, the bully, and escaped, his parents jumped in this well to death in an emergency. The local people were so moved by the parents’ virtue that they built this tower to commemorate.

Guandi Ancestral Mausoleum in Changping

Guandi Ancestral Mausoleum in Changping is located 1.5 kilometers south of the family temple, covering an area of 3,000 mu. This tourist attraction is composed of the natural scenic area of Shipan Valley and the cultural scenic area of the Holy Statue. There are four unique sceneries in the beautiful ancestral mausoleum scenic spot: secluded valley, strange stones, Han style city and flowing waterfalls.

The Holy Statue of Emperor Guan is located on the mountain top in the east of Han-style city. The largest and highest brass forged Guandi statue is being built here. The total height of the statue is 80 meters, including 19 meters of base and 61 meters of figure, symbolizing that Guan Yu had lived in his hometown for 19 years and has spent 61 years fighting for the peace of the country, earning his long-lasting reputation as military sage. Facing the Salt Lake of Yuncheng and backed by the towering Zhongtiao Mountain, the statue is splendid in shape and spirit, displaying the sage’s sublime heroism.

Guandi Ancestral Mausoleum in Changping

Located in Shipan Valley of Zhongtiao Mountain to the south of Guandi Family Temple, Guandi Ancestral Mausoleum in Changping is the burial place of Guandi’s grandfather. In front of the rock mausoleum, there is a sacrificial pavilion and an altar. The whole scenic spot covers an area of 4,000 mu, composed of the Holy Statue of Emperor Guan, Guandi Film and Television City and the Mausoleum. There are four unique sceneries in the beautiful ancestral mausoleum scenic spot: secluded valley, strange stones, Han style city and flowing waterfalls.

The Holy Statue of Emperor Guan

The Holy Statue of Emperor Guan is located on the top of the mountain in the east of Han-style city. Forged from brass, it is the world’s highest and largest statue of Emperor Guan. The total height of the statue is 80 meters, including 19 meters of base and 61 meters of figure, symbolizing that Guan Yu had lived in his hometown for 19 years and has spent 61 years fighting for the peace of the country.

Shipan Valley

Shipan Valley is located in the gorge of Zhongtiao mountain to the south of Guandi Ancestral Mausoleum, with a total length of 2.2 kilometers. Inside the valley, Guandi’s ancestral mausoleum is seated. And it is an important spot to pass on people’s way to trace their roots. There are more than 20 scenic spots in the valley, such as “Green dragon guarding the entrance”, “Worship ancestors with wife”, “Red rabbit’s hoof print”, etc. The whole scenic area inspires tourists’ unlimited imagination and admiration with its unique landscape, interesting wilderness and gorgeous green pools.

Guandi Han-style City

Guandi Han-style City is an antique construction for shooting the TV series “Military Sage Guan Gong going out to Jieliang”, coving an area of 45,000 square meters, composed of two villages: Shangguanli and Xiafeng. The architectural style is simple and artistically spaced with clear distinct of the important and the less. It can be summarized as one city, two villages, three buildings, four courtyards, five alleys, six gates, seventy mu of land, eight thousand square meters of construction, nine hundred meters of walls and ten green lands.

Guandi Imperial Garden

Guandi Imperial Garden is a classical royal garden of the northern style rebuilt on the site of the back garden of Guandi Temple in Haizhou, covering an area of 130 mu. Thousand meters of colorful painted corridors make up a huge pattern of auspicious animal, which is regarded as the best in the world. There are varieties of valuable spots in the garden: the huge “Fushou Ding”, the echoing “Fairyland” and “Blessed Land”, Shengxing Temple, Zhongyi Hall, Yasong Veranda, Wenhua Gallery, Morning Sunlight Pavilion, Hufang Building, Hanzhang Museum and Lanyue Pavilion, all well-arranged and fascinating. There are also real animals like reindeer, turtles, cranes, monkeys, goldfish and other creatures, all bearing profound implications and good wishes.

Fushou Platform

Fushou Platform is seated in the center of the Imperial Garden, surrounded by stone railings. One hundred characters of "Fu" were carved in relief on the front of the railings and one hundred characters of "Shou" were intaglioed on the back to form "a hundred Fu and a hundred Shou " (meaning longivity). "Peach", "pomegranate", "melon", "lion" and other mascots symbolizing "happiness" and "longevity" are carved around the column heads. There are stairs on the four sides and another smaller platform on the bigger one, lying in the center of which is a large four-legged copper cauldron (“Ding”) weighing about 4 tons. Taotie pattern of animal face was cast on the front and back, with sparse design and simple texture, while the information of the Ding, record of offering sacrifice to the Ding and the offerors’ names were carved on both sides.

Cultural Corridor

Embracing the entire Imperial Garden from the east end “Qirui” to the west end “Zhaoxiang”, the Cultural Corridor is composed of single-side-column corridor and column corridor distributed alternatively, with rolling eave roofs in “Xuanshan” style. The corridor is 1,525 meters long and 476 bays wide, along which 118 couplets devoted as complements from all over the country are displayed. The paintings on the corridor are of the “Fangxin” Suzhou style, with “Ruyi”, bindweeds, curling grass, propitious clouds, mast flowers and other patterns on the outer eaves and Three Kingdom story, Guan Gong’s power, the map of Guandi temple in the world on the inner eaves. All the paintings, calligraphy and carvings together contribute to the magnificent cultural corridor.

Morning Sunlight Pavilion

Morning Sunlight Pavilion is located in the southeast of the Imperial Garden, sitting east facing west. The seven bays wide and four bays deep pavilion has a single curled eave roof, and is the regular place for receiving honored guests. The powerful Mao style character of "the God of the East" hung in the front of the pavilion is the former Chairman Mao Zedong’s highest evaluation of Guan Gong. There are also pictures on the wall that Mao Zedong spoke highly of Guan Gong when he met with former Soviet General Secretary Khrushchev and Indian Prime Minister Nehru.

Hanzhang Museum

Hanzhang Museum is located in the mid-east of the Imperial Garden, sitting east facing west. It is five bays wide and five beams deep with front eave corridor and “Yingshan” style roof. The museum displays replicas of weapons used by generals of the three kingdoms Wei, Shu and Wu. All the weapons like Guann Gong’s sword, Zhang Fei’s spear and Cao Cao’s sword inspire people’s imaginary space to recreate the scene of the Three Kingdoms fighting for supremacy.

Blessed Land

In the northeast corner of the Imperial Garden is the Blessed Land (a wishing pool), in which there is a wooden floating bridge connecting the north and the south, both sides covered with red ribbons tied by believers for praying. In the middle of the bridge, there is a huge stone, with the words “Fu Di” (Blessed Land) originally written by Emperor Kangxi carved on it, which means to be good and generous. A large number of goldfish, tortoises and other ornamental fishes are raised in the pool, which provides tourists and believers with a good place for leisure and releasing.

Zhongyi Hall

Zhongyi Hall is located in the northwest corner of the Imperial Garden. It is five bays wide and six beams deep with front eave corridor and “Xuanshan” style roof. There are wax figures of Liu Bei, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei displayed in the hall based on the TV series “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms”, vividly recreating the scene of the three hero’s becoming sworn brothers in the peach garden: grains offered on the altar, the board of their oath set up to the south, peach blossoms all around, and the three heroes swearing to become brothers with their hands arched.




Yasong Veranda

Yasong Veranda is located in the west of the Imperial Garden, sitting west facing north. It is five bays wide and seven beams deep with front and back corridors and “Xuanshan” style roof. In the hall, the imperial edicts of successive dynasties were collected, as well as the poems in praise of Guan Yu and the funeral orations from the folk. Most of the funeral orations were to pray and commemorate the “loyalty” spirit and noble morality of Guan Yu before and after his death.

Shengxing Temple

Located to the northwest corner of Fushou Platform, Shengxing Temple is the main building in the garden. It is five bays wide and four bays deep, sitting north facing south, with a double-eave roof in “Xieshan” style and corridors all around. In the temple, a unique standing statue of emperor Guandi is enshrined, which is made by imitating the portrait of Emperor Guandi painted by Wu Daozi, a master artist in painting at that time. On the east side, Guan Ping is holding Guan’s official seal, while Zhou Cang carrying his sword on the west side, symbolizing the majesty of the emperor.

Fairy land

Fairyland is located in the southwest corner of the Imperial Garden, sitting west and facing east. It is made of pebbles from the local riverbed. The word ”Dong Tian” (fairyland) originally written by Emperor Qianlong was engraved on the highest stone in the south, echoing the words “Fu Di” (blessed land) in the north, indicating best wishes to people. The garden’s river system gushes out from here, pours down with the waterfall, flows around the garden and finally gathers in the releasing pool of the Blessed Land.

Wenhua Gallery

Wenhua Gallery, five bays wide and five beams deep, with a “Xuanshan” style roof, is located in the southwest of the Imperial Garden. It is a hall for the exhibitions of Guan Gong culture. Until now, it has held such activities as the Exhibition of Guan Gong’s Calligraphy and Painting, the National Exhibition Tour of Guan Gong’s Folk Culture, etc.


Guandi Temple in Haizhou: No. 145, Wuyi Road, Haizhou County, Yuncheng, Shanxi

Guandi Family Temple in Changping: Changping Village, Haizhou County, Yuncheng, Shanxi


Opening time:

Peak season: 8:00 am—6:00 pm from April 1st to November 30th for both temples

Slack season: 9:00 am—5:00 pm from December 1st to March 31st or both temples

Traffic guide:

Yuncheng (Guandi Temple is 20 kilometers southwest of the city) is located in the southernmost of Shanxi Province, bordering Shaanxi and Henan Provinces, forming a golden area surrounding the Yellow River. It is 400 kilometers away from Shanxi’s capital city Taiyuan to the north, 240 kilometers away from Shaanxi’s capital city Xian to the southwest and 180 kilometers away from Henan’s ancient city Luoyang to the southeast. Due to its location advantage, Yuncheng has various transportation of railways, highways and aviation, which provide great convenience for your travelling here.

High-speed rail:

Yuncheng North High-speed Rail Station--Bus No.7—Train station—Bus No. 11—Guandi Temple in Haizhou

Yuncheng North High-speed Rail Station--Bus No.7—Bus station of Yanhu District Procuratorate—Bus No. 3—Bus station of Yuncheng Senior High School—Bus No. 21-- Guandi Family Temple in Changping


Yuncheng Train Station—Bus No. 11—Guandi Temple in Haizhou

Yuncheng Train Station—Bus No. 16—Bus station of Yuncheng Senior High School—Bus No. 21—Guandi Family Temple in Changping

Yuncheng Train Station—Wuzhou Building—Coach from Yuncheng to Yongji—Guandi Temple in Haizhou


Yuncheng Central Bus Station—Bus No. 2/ No. 12—Train Station—Bus. No.11—Guandi Temple in Haizhou

Yuncheng Central Bus Station—Bus No. 3 (bus station of Yanhu District Procuratorate)-- Bus station of Yuncheng Senior High School--Bus No. 21—Guandi Family Temple in Changping


Yuncheng Guan Gong Airport—Bus No.18—Yuncheng Bus Station—Bus No.11-- Guandi Temple in Haizhou

Yuncheng Guan Gong Airport—Bus No.18—Bus station of Department Store-- Bus No. 3—Bus station of Yuncheng Senior High School—Bus No. 21-- Guandi Family Temple in Changping


Guandi Temple in Haizhou:

Peak season: ¥60 (April 1st—November 30th)

Slack season: ¥50 (December 1st—March 31st )

Guandi Family Temple in Changping:

Peak season: ¥30 (February 1st—November 30th)

Slack season: ¥25 (December 1st—January 31st )

Tour bus: ¥25 (chartered)     Single: ¥3 for each, 10 minimum passengers for departure

Parking admission: ¥10 for vehicles with seats under 19    

¥15 for vehicles with seats above or equal to 19 but under 30

¥20 for vehicles with seats above or equal to 30

Tickets and Information Center:

Guandi Temple in Haizhou: Tickets: 0359—2808369      

Information Center: 0359—2808414

Guandi Family Temple in Changping: Tickets: 0359—2850034    

Information Center: 0359—2850034