Day01 Chengdu In the morning drive to Xinjin County and visit of Guanyinsi Temple, about 7.5km south of Xinjiang downtown, facing the river and enclosed to the hills. The temple is famous for its fantastic fresco painting date back to Ming Dynasty. In the afternoon drive back to Chengdu and visit of the famous Buddhist temple Wenshu Yuan (Temple of Manjusri). Wenshu Monastery is the best-preserved Buddhist temple in Chengdu. Initially built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), all the precious relics, a piece of the broken skull of Xuan Zhang, a renowned monk of the Tang Dynasty, is the rarest. Another treasure is a delicate jade Buddha statue brought from Burma to China in 1922 by Xing Lin, a Buddhist monk who walked the whole distance. Then stroll around the streets surrounding Wenshu Monastery – Wenshu Fang.
Day02 Chengdu In the morning drive to Longquanyi District to visit Shijing Si Monastery, which is over 1700 years of histery. There was a Vajracchedika-sutra caved on the stone. So it called Shijing Si at last. In the afternoon, drive back to Chengdu. Visit of Daci Si in downtown Chengdu. Built in Tang Dynasty, the temple was rebuilt many times due to the wars in the acient times. It's famous for the fresco paiting dating back to the period between Tang and Song Dynasty. It’s also reputed as the birth place of the art performances of Zen tea. Enjoy a cup of tea here in the monastery.
Dy03 Chengdu In the morning, drive to Xindu county and visit of Baoguang Temple, which is about 18km south from Chengdu downtown. There are more than 400 huge pillars that form a distributive structure of one tower, five halls and sixteen courtyards. One of the most outstanding halls of the Baoguang Temple is the Cangjinglou Hall where numerous kinds of Buddhism lections are collected. Another major attraction of the Baoguang Temple is the Arhat Hall which covers a total area of 1600 square meters. Over 577 kinds of sculptures are housed there. In the afternoon drive to visit Zhaojue Temple. Named by the Emporer Xuanzong of Tang Dynasty, he is known to be the "No.1 Buddhist Shrine in west Sichuan". It is one of the key Buddhist Temples in China and an important place for Buddhist activities.