Location of Jieyang on a map. Jieyang is a city found in Guangdong, China. It is located 23.54 latitude and 116.37 longitude and it is situated at elevation 7 meters above sea level. Jieyang has a population of 1,001,985 making it the 7th biggest city in Guangdong. It operates on the CDT time zone ...
The vast De'anli building complex covers an area of 59,000 square meters and is comprised of distinct 773 rooms covering a broad range of functions both secular and religious. These include former government offices, an ancestral temple, a sacred family hall for ritual Buddhist worship, areas for study, a large banquet hall, and a storehouse.
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You can take a train from Jieyang to Guangzhou via Chaoyang, Shenzhen North, Guangzhou South, and Guangzhou South in around 3 h 36 min. Alternatively, China Bus Guide operates a bus from Jieyang to Guangzhou hourly. Tickets cost $19 and the journey takes 4 h 30 min.
You can take the airport shuttle bus Jieyang Line to Jinye Hotel, the fare is about CNY12. Then take a taxi to your hotel, the cost is about CNY15. If you want to take a big van, you can contact the hotel and ask them to arrange the pick-up service for you. Their number is 0663-3139999.
On the mountain there is a Kylin Peak (qí lín fēng 麒麟峰), and the Lotus Mountain is named after the rock which is like lotus in shape on the kylin Peak. With the reputation ofGuangdong Great Wall (gǎng dōng cháng chéng 广东长城), the Lotus Mountain is of great military importance in history.
Climate. Yunfu is considered sub-tropical and enjoys fine weather year round, characterized by mild air temperatures, plentiful rainfall and sunshine, with an annual average temperature of 22 °C, annual average rainfall of 1,580mm and annual average sunshine hours of 1,418.
The Temple of Heaven is an imperial complex of religious buildings situated in the southeastern part of central Beijing. The complex was visited by the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest. It has been regarded as a Taoist temple, although Chinese heaven worship, especially by the reigning monarch of the day, predates Taoism.
The New Yuan Ming Palace (simplified Chinese: 圆明新园; traditional Chinese: 圓明新園) is a park of 1.39 square kilometres (0.54 square miles), including an 80,000 m 2 (861,113 sq ft) lake. It features a partial reconstruction of the Old Summer Palace in Beijing, destroyed in 1860 by French and British troops during the second Opium War, which was never rebuilt on its original site.