When visiting the Ling Yin temple complex, you have to go through the Fei Lai Feng area. And this area is actually more impressive than the temple complex. It's an amazing collection of buddhist statues carved in rocks dating back to the 10-14th century. The statues have weathered the time and are in very good shape
(or perhaps restored). They give a good overview of the different buddhist styles (from Indian to Chinese styled statues) and are scattered all over the place. You can also walk uphill to a peak (forgot the name) and there is a stream along the rocks.
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