Jade Buddha Temple Pictures

There is a venerable and famous Jade Buddha Temple in the western part of Shanghai. This place was built in 1882 to house two jade Buddha statues, brought back from Burma by a monk named Huigen. Unfortunately, it was destroyed during the revolution. However, the statues were saved and a new temple was built on the present site in 1928. Attraction Intro: Jade Buddha Temple

 Related Itineraries: Shanghai Suzhou Tour, South China Towns
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Asked by Mr.SHAM SUNDER from INDIAA | Jan. 02, 2010 06:46Reply
I AM PALNNIG TO VISIT SHEANGAI IN 2ND FORTNIGHT OF JANUARY FOR BUSINESS PURPOSE. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IS THERE ANY VEGITARIAN RESTURANT WHICH SERVES INDIAN FOOD AND AT WHAT COST. I WOULD BE HAPPY TO GET THIS INFORMATION IF SOMEBODY KNOES ABOUT THIS. LOOKING FORWARD RESPONSE.
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Answered by Ms.CARMEN_01 from CHINA | Jan. 04, 2010 01:48
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This is a page about Shanghai dining and it may be helpful:
https://www.travelchinaguide.com/cityguides/shanghai/dining.htm
Answered by Mr.Rahul from INDIA | Jan. 04, 2010 05:25
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Hi Sham,
Please note the restaurant:
Punjabi Restaurant
Thumb plaza No.43, Lane 199, Fangdian Road,
(Near Yingchun Road), Pudong Shanghai
Phn: 021-50332642; 50332643
Asked by Ms.Arbigail from PHILIPPINES | Oct. 27, 2009 21:11Reply
Hi. How far is Nanjing road to oriental pearl tower? We plan to visit both in just a day. Would it be possible?
Thanks!
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Answered by Ms.Yoyo | Oct. 27, 2009 21:41
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about 1.7km. They are near each other. Metro 2 will stop at these two places. Nice trip!
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