Confucius Family Cemetery (Kong Forest Qufu)

Cemetery:Confucius Family Cemetery (Kong Forest Qufu)
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The Cemetery

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?

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Services:bathrooms,
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Currency:Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:45 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
every day8am5pm
 
High season:Golden Week, New Year
Low season:November, December

How can we get in contact?

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Language(s):Mandarin
Timezone:UTC+08:00
Country calling code:+86

How can we get there?

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Altitude:61m
Size:
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Top Descriptions

The Confucius Family Cemetery is also known as the . It is next to the 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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Top Tips

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 (which includes the impressive ) 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.
 
If you have a tip about Confucius Family Cemetery (Kong Forest Qufu) and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

Reviews & Amenities

1
Amount
1
Attention to detail
1
Cleanliness
1
Costs
1
Modernity
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
1
Recommendation
1
Size
1
Architectural interest
1
Awe
1
Creativity
1
Decoration
1
Age
0
Amount of replicas
1
Historical interest
1
Historical significance
1
Historical uncertainty
1
Need for background knowledge
1
Preservation
1
Restoration
1
English information
0
Multilingual information
1
Need for English
1
Need for Mandarin
1
Amount
1
Friendliness
0
Contactability
0
Quality
0
Response time (online)
0
Response time (phone)
1
Altitude
1
Ascent
1
Descent
1
Experience needed
1
Intensity
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Entertainment
0
General costs
1
Recommendation
1
Safety
0
Value for money
1
Ability to explore
1
Beggars
1
Hassle
1
Hawkers
1
Insects
1
Mosquitoes
1
Price inflation
1
Unwanted attention
1
Authenticity
1
Awe
1
Evocativeness
1
Memorability
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
2
Recommendation
1
Returnability
1
Backpackers
1
Children
1
Congestion
1
Popularity
1
Tour groups
0
Tourists
1
Air quality
1
Altitude
1
Human factor
1
Peacefulness
1
Pollution
1
Variation in terrain
1
Variation in topography
1
Awe
1
Beauty
1
Panorama
1
Changeability
0
Drought
0
Flood
1
Humidity
1
Rain
0
Snow
1
Temperature
1
Wind
1
Birdlife (viewing)
1
Wildlife (viewing)
1
Accessibility (car)
0
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
1
Accessibility (public transport)
1
Disorientation factor
1
Footpaths
1
Signs
1
Trails
1
Ticket costs
1
Value for money
1
Danger (humans)
1
Danger (land animals)
0
Dengue
0
Malaria
1
Robbery
1
Wild dogs
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Multilingual
1
Quality
1
Armed guard
1
Early start
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
Flashlights
1
Guides
1
Identification
1
Map
1
Previous knowledge
1
Snacks
1
Sun protection
1
Ability to record
1
Ability to take photos
1
Ability to use flash
1
Fees
1
Photogenic factor
1
Distance to hospital
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Cleanliness
1
Maintenance
1
Queuing time
1
Time needed
1
Waiting time
1
Walking time

Confucius Family Cemetery (Kong Forest Qufu) Forum

Kong Forest (Qufu)

Historical site:Kong Forest
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The Historical Site

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:,
Events:
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Services:bathrooms,
Shops:
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Animals:
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Birds:
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Currency:Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
adult
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Extras:Average Cost:
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:45 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
every day8am5pm
 
High season:Golden Week, New Year
Low season:November, December

How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Website:
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Telephone:
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Language(s):Mandarin
Timezone:UTC+08:00
Country calling code:+86

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
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The Directions

If you know how to get to Kong Forest (Qufu) and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:61m
Size:
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Top Descriptions

The Kong Forest is actually an enclosed piece of land next to the that 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.
 
If you’ve written a description for Kong Forest (Qufu) you’d like to share with the community, send it to [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

Top Tips

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 (which includes the impressive ) 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.
 
If you have a tip about Kong Forest (Qufu) and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

Reviews & Amenities

1
Amount
1
Attention to detail
1
Cleanliness
1
Costs
1
Modernity
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
1
Recommendation
1
Size
1
Architectural interest
1
Awe
1
Creativity
1
Decoration
1
Age
0
Amount of replicas
1
Historical interest
1
Historical significance
1
Historical uncertainty
1
Need for background knowledge
1
Preservation
1
Restoration
1
English information
0
Multilingual information
1
Need for English
1
Need for Mandarin
1
Amount
1
Friendliness
0
Contactability
0
Quality
0
Response time (online)
0
Response time (phone)
1
Altitude
1
Ascent
1
Descent
1
Experience needed
1
Intensity
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Entertainment
0
General costs
1
Recommendation
1
Safety
0
Value for money
1
Ability to explore
1
Beggars
1
Hassle
1
Hawkers
1
Insects
1
Mosquitoes
1
Price inflation
1
Unwanted attention
1
Authenticity
1
Awe
1
Evocativeness
1
Memorability
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
2
Recommendation
1
Returnability
1
Backpackers
1
Children
1
Congestion
1
Popularity
1
Tour groups
0
Tourists
1
Air quality
1
Altitude
1
Human factor
1
Peacefulness
1
Pollution
1
Variation in terrain
1
Variation in topography
1
Awe
1
Beauty
1
Panorama
1
Changeability
0
Drought
0
Flood
1
Humidity
1
Rain
0
Snow
1
Temperature
1
Wind
1
Birdlife (viewing)
1
Wildlife (viewing)
1
Accessibility (car)
0
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
1
Accessibility (public transport)
1
Disorientation factor
1
Footpaths
1
Signs
1
Trails
1
Ticket costs
1
Value for money
1
Danger (humans)
1
Danger (land animals)
0
Dengue
0
Malaria
1
Robbery
1
Wild dogs
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Multilingual
1
Quality
1
Armed guard
1
Early start
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
Flashlights
1
Guides
1
Identification
1
Map
1
Previous knowledge
1
Snacks
1
Sun protection
1
Ability to record
1
Ability to take photos
1
Ability to use flash
1
Fees
1
Photogenic factor
1
Distance to hospital
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Cleanliness
1
Maintenance
1
Queuing time
1
Time needed
1
Waiting time
1
Walking time

Kong Forest (Qufu) Forum

Confucius Temple (Qufu)

Historical site:Confucius Temple
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The Historical Site

What should we know?

Name in local script:孔庙
Also known as:Kǒng miào
 
Environment type:
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Location type:urban, town

What can we see or do there?

Attractions:,
Events:
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Services:bathrooms, ticket office
Shops:
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Animals:
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Birds:
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Currency:Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
adultCNY90
 
Extras:Average Cost:
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:1 hour
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
every day7.30am4.30pm
 
High season:Golden Week, New Year
Low season:November, December

How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Website:
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Telephone:
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Language(s):Mandarin
Timezone:UTC+08:00
Country calling code:+86

How can we get there?

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If you know how to get to Confucius Temple (Qufu) and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:61m
Size:21 hectares

Top Descriptions

The complex in is reportedly one of most significant historical sites in . The complex began with the home of Confucius himself around 200BC, which was turned into a temple two years after his death. Since then, numerous rooms, halls and courtyards have been added, destroyed, and then restored.
 
If you’ve written a description for Confucius Temple (Qufu) you’d like to share with the community, send it to [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

Top Tips

This is a popular attraction so do try to arrive early, or on an out of season mid-week day, if you want to miss the crowds.
It is possible to buy a ‘through’ ticket which allows access to this (with ) and also the for around CNY130.
If you want to see everything, this is a relatively big site so allow an hour or so to wander.
 
If you have a tip about Confucius Temple (Qufu) and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

Reviews & Amenities

1
Amount
1
Attention to detail
1
Cleanliness
1
Costs
1
Modernity
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
1
Recommendation
1
Size
1
Amount
1
Attention to detail
1
Costs
1
Quality
1
Recommendation
1
Value for money
1
Variety
1
Architectural interest
1
Awe
1
Creativity
1
Decoration
1
Age
0
Amount of replicas
1
Historical interest
1
Historical significance
1
Historical uncertainty
1
Need for background knowledge
1
Preservation
1
Restoration
1
English information
1
Multilingual information
1
Need for English
1
Need for Mandarin
1
Amount
1
Friendliness
0
Contactability
0
Quality
0
Response time (online)
0
Response time (phone)
1
Altitude
1
Ascent
1
Descent
1
Experience needed
1
Intensity
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Entertainment
0
General costs
1
Recommendation
1
Safety
0
Value for money
1
Ability to explore
1
Beggars
1
Hassle
1
Hawkers
1
Insects
1
Mosquitoes
1
Price inflation
1
Unwanted attention
1
Authenticity
1
Awe
1
Evocativeness
1
Memorability
1
Need for maintenance
1
Quality
2
Recommendation
1
Returnability
1
Backpackers
1
Children
1
Congestion
1
Popularity
1
Tour groups
0
Tourists
1
Air quality
1
Altitude
1
Human factor
1
Peacefulness
1
Pollution
1
Variation in terrain
1
Variation in topography
1
Awe
1
Beauty
1
Panorama
1
Changeability
0
Drought
0
Flood
1
Humidity
1
Rain
0
Snow
1
Temperature
1
Wind
1
Birdlife (viewing)
1
Wildlife (viewing)
1
Accessibility (car)
0
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
1
Accessibility (public transport)
1
Disorientation factor
1
Footpaths
1
Signs
1
Trails
1
Ticket costs
1
Value for money
1
Danger (humans)
1
Danger (land animals)
0
Dengue
0
Malaria
1
Robbery
1
Wild dogs
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Multilingual
1
Quality
1
Armed guard
1
Early start
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
Flashlights
1
Guides
1
Identification
1
Map
1
Previous knowledge
1
Snacks
1
Sun protection
1
Ability to record
1
Ability to take photos
1
Ability to use flash
1
Fees
1
Photogenic factor
1
Distance to hospital
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Cleanliness
1
Maintenance
1
Queuing time
1
Time needed
1
Waiting time
1
Walking time

Confucius Temple (Qufu) Forum

Dacheng Hall (Confucius Temple)

Place of worship:Dacheng Hall (Confucius Temple)
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The Place of Worship

What should we know?

Name in local script:大成殿 (孔庙)
Also known as:Hall of Great Perfection
 
Religion type:Confucianism
 
Environment type:
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Location type:town, urban

What can we see or do there?

Events:
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How much will it cost us?

Currency:Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
adultCNY90

When should we go there, and for how long?

Day:Opens:Closes:
every day7.30am4.30pm
 
Busiest day(s):
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How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Website:
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Postal address:
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Language(s):Mandarin
Timezone:UTC+08:00
Country calling code:86

How can we get there?

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If you know how to get to Dacheng Hall (Confucius Temple) and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:61m
Capacity:
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Top Descriptions

Dacheng Hall is situated inside of the bigger complex in . The complex began with the home of Confucius himself around 200BC. Since then, numerous rooms, halls and courtyards have been added, destroyed, and then restored. Dacheng Hall is considered by some as the most impressive architectural feature on offer here. With 28 pillars, carved from single pieces of stone, and intrinsically decorated, it is easy to appreciate this as one of finer sites.
 
If you’ve written a description for Dacheng Hall (Confucius Temple) you’d like to share with the community, send it to [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

Top Tips

This is a popular attraction so do try to arrive early, or on an out of season mid-week day, if you want to miss the crowds.
It is possible to buy a ‘through’ ticket which allows access to this (with ) and also the family mansion and cemetery for around CNY130.
If you want to see everything, this is a relatively big site so allow an hour or so to wander.
 
If you have a tip about Dacheng Hall (Confucius Temple) and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.

Reviews & Amenities

1
Architectural interest
1
Awe
1
Creativity
1
Decoration
1
Preservation
1
Age
0
Amount of replicas
1
Historical interest
0
Historical significance
1
Need for background knowledge
1
Preservation
1
Restoration
1
English information
1
Multilingual information
1
Need for English
1
Need for local language
1
Amount
1
Friendliness
1
Honesty
1
Comfort
1
Humidity
1
Peacefulness
1
Temperature
0
Contactability
1
Quality
0
Response time (online)
0
Response time (phone)
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Interactivity
1
Recommendation
1
Safety
0
Restrictions (women)
1
Tolerance (affection)
0
Tolerance (LGBT)
1
Beggars
1
Hassle
1
Hawkers
1
Insects
1
Mosquitoes
1
Noise
1
Pressure-to-pay
1
Unwanted attention
1
Participation
1
Picnicking
1
Swimming
1
Authenticity
1
Awe
1
Captivation
1
Evocativeness
1
Interactivity
1
Memorability
1
Need for maintenance
1
Originality
1
Quality
2
Recommendation
1
Returnability
1
Audience size
1
Children
1
Congestion
1
Popularity
0
Tourists
0
LGBT
1
Socialising
1
Air quality
1
Altitude
1
Eco-friendliness
1
Human factor
1
Peacefulness
1
Pollution
1
Awe
1
Beauty
1
Panorama
0
Stargazing
1
Visibility
1
Changeability
0
Drought
0
Flood
1
Humidity
1
Rain
0
Snow
1
Temperature
1
Wind
1
Birdlife (viewing)
1
Wildlife (viewing)
1
Accessibility (car)
0
Accessibility (disabled)
1
Accessibility (foot)
1
Accessibility (public transport)
1
Cyclepaths
1
Disorientation factor
1
Footpaths
1
Location factor
1
Signs
1
Trails
1
Costs
1
Ticket costs
1
Tipping factor
1
Value for money
1
Altitude sickness
1
Danger (general)
1
Danger (humans)
1
Robbery
1
Wild dogs
1
Amount
1
Captivation
1
Multilingual
1
Quality
1
Equipment (hiking)
1
Equipment (weatherproof)
1
Guides
1
Identification
1
Reservations
1
Sun protection
1
Access to cash machines
0
In foreign currency
1
In local currency
1
Ability to record
1
Ability to take photos
1
Ability to use flash
1
Fees
1
Photogenic factor
1
Distance to hospital
1
Safety
1
Security
1
Cleanliness
1
Maintenance
1
Modernity
0
Quality of life
1
Time needed

Dacheng Hall (Confucius Temple) Forum