|Place of worship:||Taishan Top Temples|
|Location:||Asia > China > Shandong > Tai'an > Mount Tai|
The Place of Worship
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||泰山顶级寺庙|
|Also known as:||Tàishān dǐngjí sìmiào|
|Religion type:||Buddhist, Taoist|
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CYN)|
|Mount Tai Entrance||CNY50 - 120|
How can we get in contact?
|Postal address:||Add Data|
|Country calling code:||86|
What are the numbers and averages?
|Built atop of what many consider China’s most holy of mountains, this temple likely resonates a particularly spiritual tone with its worshippers. The windswept 1,500m viewpoint (a location that has been a place of worships for 3,000 years) is of course stunning and humbling. Said to be significant for both Buddhist and Taoist religions, this temple is 1 of approximately 20 temples dotted around Mount Tai.|
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|If you do not want to do the Tai'an to Taishan Summit Hike to reach here, then there is (usually) a working cable car to take you a good deal of the way.|
|There are temples at various points on route here; try not to miss Taishan Middle Temples and other ancient sites.|
|This can be an incredibly windy location (especially in the freezing winter), so come prepared!|
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