Nanshan Temple (Sanya)
Nanshan Temple (Chinese: 南山寺; pinyin: Nánshānsì; literally: "South mountain temple") is a Buddhist temple located in Sanya, Hainan province, China. The temple's name originates from a popular Buddhist expression. (Chinese: 福如东海, 寿比南山; literally: "Good fortune is much as the East Sea; longevity is high as Nanshan").
The zone also consists of the Guan Yin of the South Sea of Sanya statue.
It is located just 40 kilometers west of Sanya City along the Hainan West Expressway. It is a window on China's traditional Buddhism culture.
The Nanshan Cultural Park highlights China's diverse social customs. The key feature of the zone is the three sided statue of Guan Yin Buddha（海上观音 Haǐ shàng guān yīn）, Buddhist Temples, natural landscape and sea views. The zone has been designated a Priority Project of China Tourism Development and earmarked for further development. Recently completed, the bronze statue of Guan Yin Buddha stands 108 meters tall on a man made island in the sea just off Nanshan. It is larger than the statue of liberty.
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Guanyin of the South Sea of Sanya.