Break My Style | Photo Diary: Puji Temple

Photo Diary: Puji Temple

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(Zac Posen sunglasses from Kenmark Eyewear, Uniqlo neck scarf, Zara polo, Romwe jacket,
Jag jeans, Stuart Weitzman boots)

I’ve already posted several travel diaries about my trips to China since we’re there yearly (I started my photo diary as early as 2010), but I don’t think I’ve really blogged about the beauty of the temples there. Last year, we visited Puji Temple (普济禅寺) again. It literally means “Chan Temple in Universal Salvation” and a lot of people go here for offerings. There’s no direct flight going there from the Philippines and to be quite honest, it’s quite a journey going there. It’s located on the island of Putuoshan in Zheijiang province in China and is now a tourist attraction. Aside from the temples, the island has a beautiful scenic view that goes well with the entire setting. It’s worth seeing and definitely picture perfect. Since my first visit a few years back, I can say that the island gets more and more crowded each year. Hope you guys enjoyed this particular photo diary! Sadly, I didn’t get to take anymore photos form this trip because it was too cold to be stylish. I actually have another Euro trip this coming March and I heard weather prediction on this dates are -8 degrees. WOW. Good luck to me. Lol. BMS.

(Zac Posen sunglasses from Kenmark Eyewear, Uniqlo neck scarf, Zara polo, Romwe jacket, Jag jeans, Stuart Weitzman boots)

I’ve already posted several travel diaries about my trips to China since we’re there yearly (I started my photo diary as early as 2010), but I don’t think I’ve really blogged about the beauty of the temples there. Last year, we visited Puji Temple (普济禅寺) again. It literally means “Chan Temple in Universal Salvation” and a lot of people go here for offerings. There’s no direct flight going there from the Philippines and to be quite honest, it’s quite a journey going there. It’s located on the island of Putuoshan in Zheijiang province in China and is now a tourist attraction. Aside from the temples, the island has a beautiful scenic view that goes well with the entire setting. It’s worth seeing and definitely picture perfect. Since my first visit a few years back, I can say that the island gets more and more crowded each year. Hope you guys enjoyed this particular photo diary! Sadly, I didn’t get to take anymore photos form this trip because it was too cold to be stylish. I actually have another Euro trip this coming March and I heard weather prediction on this dates are -8 degrees. WOW. Good luck to me. Lol. BMS.

    16 Comments

    1. JM Dongsao

      Hi Ate Laureen! I started reading your blog and indeed your style
      really makes me smile…I love all your outfits and your fashion advice you’re such an inspiration for me :)

    2. Charleane

      Wow. 8 degrees, nakakAmatay na nga ang lamig dito sa tagaytay ano pa kaya ang 8 degrees na yun. Goodluck laureen. :) hope i could meet you soon

    3. Karole Nina Mandap

      Grabe dto pa lang s Pinas khit wala k sa Baguio, super lamig na. What more there. Grabe, super ginaw pla po jan. HEHEHE

    4. Roch

      I love the scenery choices! But I love you more Ate Lau!!!! Sooo inlove with you and your style! #forevergirlcrush <3

    5. ianne

      this is the reason why patuloy akong bumibisita sa blog na’to…. yung travel niyo po and of course the outfit na angkop sa lugar. bet na bet1 :)


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