|Cemetery:||Confucius Family Cemetery (Kong Forest Qufu)|
|Location:||Asia > China > Qufu|
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||孔林|
|Also known as:||Kǒng lín /|
|Environment type:||grass, woods|
|Location type:||urban, town|
What can we see or do there?
|Attractions:||Dacheng Hall , Confucius Temple|
|Services:||bathrooms, Entrance Gate|
|Currency:||Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)|
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How long should it take us?
|Average time taken:||45 minutes|
|High season:||Golden Week, New Year|
|Low season:||November, December|
How can we get in contact?
|Country calling code:||+86|
What are the numbers and averages?
|The Confucius Family Cemetery is also known as the Kong Forest. It is next to the Confucius Temple and houses generations of the Kong Families’ deceased. The numerous tombs are scattered throughout the park and each differently sculpted to the last. Though not dense in any sense, the trees do provide shelter on a hot day and it is indeed a peaceful place to walk around.|
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|This part of the complex tends to be a bit quieter, should you be looking to escape the butt-to-cheek crowds.|
|It is possible to buy a ‘through’ ticket which allows access to this, the Confucius Temple (which includes the impressive Dacheng Hall) and the Kong Family Mansion for around CNY130.|
|If you want to see everything, this is a relatively big site so allow an hour or two to enjoy it all.|
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