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The giant buddha was under renovation due to a crack in the chest. The ticket was half-price and visitorship was also not as many as expected. We only managed to see the head but it is magnificient enough.
The giant buddah is being repaired and scaffolding obscures most of the structure. Came here exclusively to see the giant buddah only to realize it was a waste of our time given the extent of the scaffolding around the buddah. Only a portion of the...More
It is a beautiful sight seeing this ginormous carved Buddha. There are lots of people trying to climb the stairs. Make sure you do the boat ride to get a good view of the entire Buddha. Boat ride is very short but scenic and well...More
The statue was under restoration when we went there, but even partly covered by scaffolding the statue is a marvel to behold! We saw it by boat, you can also hike the statue. If you want to see Mt. Emei in the same day it...More
Very nice place and scenic area. The nature is beautiful and you can see and explore a lot. A lot of different caves and statues. There are some shops and restaurants. The prices are ok. Two things to complain about. The Giant Buddha was under...More
This rock carving, set high up above the Dadu River east of Chengdu, is simply beautiful and stunning. It's best to view first from a boat and then walk up to the top. It's an easy walk up and worth it for the views of...More
The buddha is for sure worth a visit but not at the moment. Until the end of the maintenance i don't recommend to go there! Not only the buddha is covered (completely except of the head and feet) but also some parts of the park...More
My wife and I (both over 60) traveled around China on our own. We stayed at a hotel in Chengdu and took the early train to Leshan. Not much help in announcements being written or spoken in English. Always travel with your destination written in...More