Longquan Temple of Great Compassion, Utrecht

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Longquan Temple of Great Compassion, Utrecht

In 2015, the Buddhist Longquan Temple of Great Compassion opened in Utrecht’s Zuilen district. Chinese residents of the Netherlands and Buddhist nuns from China founded this temple together in this former church building. As soon as you step into the prayer hall, it is as if the outside world disappears for a moment. You are surrounded by thousands of tiny golden statues of Bodhisattva Guanyin, deity of mercy and compassion. At the front of the prayer hall are three large Buddha statues. One of them is the Buddha Shakyamuni. Every day, offerings such as fruit, incense and flowers are made at the temple. As a result, the prayer hall is always filled with a pleasant smell.

Opening hours

Saturday to Thrusday

10.30 AM - 4 PM

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We have selected the temple's highlights for you. There is a remarkable story behind each one. Ask for the picture guide when you visit. It will lead you to all the highlights. With the picture guide you will discover all the stories about this special temple.

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The picture guide is available in Dutch, English and Chinese


How do you get to the Longquan Temple?

By car

There are several parking facilities near the temple. Parking in the neighborhood is free.

By public transport

From Utrecht Central Station you can take the bus to the temple. Plan your trip on 9292.nl/en.


Adriaan van Bergenstraat 18
3554 VE Utrecht