Lingshan Buddhist Palace Conference Centre

Lingshan Buddhist Palace Conference Centre

It is the permanent meeting venue for World Buddhist Forum. Five high-end conference halls of small to medium size cover an area of 1,427 m2 and can hold 360 people. Six medium-sized meeting rooms cover an area of 1,050 m2 and can hold 360 people. One large news centre takes up 3,500 m2 with a capacity of 1,700 seats. Many precious Buddhist artefacts are displayed at the conference centre, many of which incorporate elements from three types of Buddhism that use different languages.

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Wuxi Lingshan Cultural Tourism Co.,Ltd

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Lingshan Group has now integrated Lingshan Buddhist Scenic Spot, Nianhuawan and resources around Mashan Peninsula to build this 【China’s Soul-Soothing Destination 】and 【Oriental Zen MICE Tourist Desti...Lingshan Group has now integrated Lingshan Buddhist Scenic Spot, Nianhuawan and resources around Mashan Peninsula to build this 【China’s Soul-Soothing Destination 】and 【Oriental Zen MICE Tourist Destination】, which offers sightseeing, conference services, shopping services, restaurants, themed hotels, entertainment, meditation activities, Zen seminars and soul-nourishing activities. We specialise in providing conference services relying on the perfect business venue facilities, high-quality leisure activities and professional service team. More

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