Qianshan Mountain Buddha
Qianshan Mountain Buddha
4.5
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8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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4.5
53 reviews
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Reinhard S
Wiener Neustadt, Austria14 contributions
Oct 2019
If outside the season visited a deep detailed diving in to the Chinese culture is guaranteed, you have to take some time for the Chinese architecture in all the facets and details.
Written March 10, 2020
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Werner011122
Marienberg, Germany85 contributions
Jun 2017 • Solo
Visiting the Mountains of Anshan was a really breathtaking trip. The whole area is very well maintained and everything is good organized. Climbing up the Mountains and hiking along the Mountain trail is memorable experience.
Written March 20, 2018
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Evgeny N
31 contributions
Oct 2016 • Friends
in the north of the park is the "peak of the five Buddhas", as it is the highest mountain in the park 554 meters. After lifting the cable car you can go on the heights right up to the entrance to the park
Written November 4, 2016
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Mark F
Van Nuys, CA63 contributions
Feb 2013 • Couples
I went to this place during the Chinese New Year festival. It was very very cold outside about 5-10F. The trek was hard but I made it. My major problem was that there was no access to the stone Buddha. The gate was locked and there was no access. The worse thing was there was no notification of this at the admission gate. That was just horrible. There are many things to see at this place, but it is not good when the main attraction is not accessible and there is no notice of this fact. I asked some guards directions to the toilet. They showed me and we walked over there only to find them "Boarded up" This was just terrible terrible. I would not advise visiting here during the winter months.
Written March 14, 2013
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MountainMama304
St. Petersburg, FL105 contributions
Jun 2012 • Family
We used the little bus and the tram, but still were covered in sweat by the time we ascended the final steps to the temple that protects the mountain Buddha. Totally worth it as the views of the mountains, valleys, temples, and forest were spectacular. Cheap ice cream bars and cold sodas hit the spot. Recommend! English-speaking guide critical to get full context of what you are seeing.
Written July 2, 2012
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Martin N
Wath-upon-Dearne, UK38 contributions
Sep 2017 • Friends
Was in Anshan for business but had a day free so went to visit the Buddha. Great day out and enjoyed the experience. Be prepared for a lot of steps but the end result is well worth the effort.
Written September 7, 2017
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Evgeny N
31 contributions
Oct 2016
in the north of the park is the "peak of the five Buddhas", as it is the highest mountain in the park 554 meters. After lifting the cable car you can go on the heights right up to the entrance to the park
Written November 4, 2016
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Rad1945
Ferlach, Austria61 contributions
Aug 2013 • Friends
Whilst I was working at Anshan, some office colleagues insisted we visit the Buddha on the mountain. Actually QianShan translates to "Thousand Mountains" as AnShan translates to "Saddle Mountain".
I like anything to do with mountains in China as my Chinese given name is Deng Shan
Climbing up to the site of the Buddha is a great way to lose kilos, although part of the journey can be made with cable lift.
In short I have visited the whole QianShan several times. Have always found the monks at the Buddha pleasant and informative. They have certainly given me a great insight to the Buddha and which Llama he represents.
Written July 1, 2014
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Rad1945
Ferlach, Austria61 contributions
Feb 2013 • Business
This area is aptly named "Thousand Mountains" and there probably are. There are many staircases cut into the stone and the view from any of the peaks makes the climbing well worth while. The Buddha and adjacent monastery are great to see.
Written January 24, 2014
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suesheffield40
Sheffield, UK9 contributions
Feb 2013 • Friends
I am lucky that my best friend is from Anshan, so I visited the mountain with two very well informed Chinese ladies. We went in February so as you can imagine, it was very cold however, in my view it added to the beauty of the place. If you can picture frozen rivers an the snow capped mountain plus the tree's dusted with snow, it was indeed an amazing experience. It was quite a trek up many steps to see the buddah and I guess a person would have to be reasonably fit to climb all of the steps, however once you reach the top it is well worth the effort. Amazingly, just as we reached the top, it began to snow which added so much more beauty to to the occasion. The scenery on the way up and back down was stunning to say the least. It was most enjoyable to do this during the winter, however, I aim to see the mountain during a spring or summer time which I am reliably informed is equally as beautiful with all the tree's being green with foliage and flowers in bloom. I recommend this experience to anyone.
Written February 25, 2013
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