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Michael S wrote a review Nov 2019
Guelph, Canada200 contributions52 helpful votes
You start off looking at the Giant Buddha. Several meters away you are drawn to Ling Mountain and the water show that reveals the lotus flower opening up to Baby Buddha. This is not a religious experience but one where your mind tries to grasp the word WOW from your what you see in front of you.…
Date of experience: October 2019
PantaOz wrote a review Jul 2019
Wuxi, China174 contributions153 helpful votes
Fully commercialized "holly" place which has nothing to do with spirituality or any other experience not connected to money! If you ask me, it is quite kitschy and typically Chinese in this era: all about image without any substance. Expensive for what it is!
Date of experience: April 2019
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Desi Tunny wrote a review Oct 2018
United States204 contributions30 helpful votes
simply put in one word - the water show and tribute to buddha is amazing. there is so much to see at this park. you can easily spend 1 whole day here. although this isn't everyone cup of tea, but is still a beautiful place to visit. fun fact - at the foot of buddhas foot there is a gift shop. beautiful views from the top of the statue. food and restrooms are located through the park. don't miss the water work buddha show.…
Date of experience: December 2017
Fred V wrote a review Aug 2018
Toronto, Canada83 contributions43 helpful votes
The fountain show at Ling Mountain was very impressive, including how the lotus flower at the top opened to reveal Baby Buddha.
Date of experience: March 2018
76529603 wrote a review Mar 2018
Bath, United Kingdom59 contributions16 helpful votes
My Chinese host built this up as really spectacular but I wasn't massively impressed, maybe it was over-sold!
Date of experience: May 2017