South Sea God Temple
  South Sea God Temple (Polo Temple), founded in the fourteenth year of Kaihuang in Sui Dynasty (A.D. 594) with over 1400 years of history, is the largest and best preserved sea god temple in China and also the marine Silk Road recognized by UNESCO. Its key scenic spots include Archway, Head Gate, Majesty Gate, Rite Pavilion, Maim Hall and Rear Hall. The visitors can enjoy Sun Bath of Fuxu in the temple, which was once the Top Eight Scenic Spots in Guangzhou during Song and Yuan Dynasties. Polo Temple Fair, held during February 11-13 in Chinese Lunar Calendar, is the largest folk temple fair in Pearl River Delta.

Opening hours: 9:00-16:30

Ticket price: RMB 10

Telephone: 82222210

[Transport]

  Bus: Take Line B1 from Tianhe BRT Sports Center Stop to BRT South Sea God Temple Stop and walk about 300 meters along Dianchang West Road to South Sea God Temple (West Gate)

  Subway: Take Metro Line 5 to Entrance A of Wenchong Station, take Line B29, B31 and B30 at Wenchong Market Stop to BRT South Sea God Temple Stop and walk about 300 meters along Dianchang West Road to South Sea God Temple (West Gate)

  Self-driving:

(1) Zhongshan Avenue – Miaotou Community, Huangpu - Dianchang West Road - South Sea God Temple

(2) Guangyuan East Road – Kaifa Avenue – Huangpu East Road (westward) - Miaotou Community, Huangpu - Dianchang West Road - South Sea God Temple