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Top Leshan Attractions

Leshan Giant Buddha

Leshan Giant Buddha

The Leshan Giant Buddha, which was chiseled on the cliff where the Min River, the Qingyi River and the Dadu River flow together, is the world's largest stone-...

Wuyou Mountain & Temple

Wuyou Mountain & Temple

Location: East of Leshan City, Sichuan Province, China, close to the Grand Buddha. Opening time: 07:30 - 18:30. Admission: Included in the ticket for Grand Buddha. ...

Lingyun Mountain

Lingyun Mountain

Lingyun Mountain (Lingyun Shan) has been a Buddhist shrine since the Tang Dynasty and numerous monasteries have been built at the site over the years. On the hill here ...

Leshan Giant Buddha

Leshan Giant Buddha

Leshan Giant Buddha, chiseled on the cliff where Min River, Qingyi River and Dadu River flow together, is the world's largest stone-carved Buddha so far with a height of 71m. A World Heritage carved from 713 and not completed until 803, it cost an unprecedented amount of manpower and material resources.

Wuyou Mountain & Temple

Wuyou Mountain & Temple

Wuyou Mountain contains many of Leshan's most impressive sights and is conveniently located within walking distance from the Giant Buddha. Originally built in 742 on the hilltop, the building today is something of a museum with calligraphic paintings, a small band of terracotta monks and many Buddhist artifacts.

Lingyun Mountain

Lingyun Mountain

Lingyun Mountain has been a Buddhist shrine since Tang Dynasty with numerous monasteries being built over the years. On the hill here is a relatively new temple complex affording excellent views with an Oriental Buddha park which contains over 3000 Buddhist statues and a 170m-long reclining Buddha.