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.