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Review of Fei Lai Feng

Fei Lai Feng
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Hangzhou City Tour: West Lake Cruise and Lingyin Temple with Lunch
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Private Tour: West Lake, Linyin Temple and Dragon Well Tea Terrace
Ranked #4 of 390 things to do in Hangzhou
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Owner description: The legendary peak's caves have hundreds of Buddhist stone statues dating from the 10th to the 14th centuries.
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Reviewed November 13, 2010

There are 300-400 ancient stone statues carved into the limestone cave and hillside, a really amazing historical treasure.

Translated as "Peak from Afar", this attraction is actually right next to the famous LingYin temple. Plan on at least 2 hours to visit both the temple and the cave.

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“Not to be missed!”
Reviewed April 5, 2010

I'm amazed by the lack of reviews of Fei Lai Feng (Peak Flown From Afar) on TripAdvisor. IMHO, it is an attraction not to be missed when you are in Hangzhou. On this craggy mountain, there are numerous caves that shelter more than 300 statues dating from the 10th to 14th centuries. While most (if not all) of the statues have religious (Buddhist) meanings, they can also be seen as works of art. Among them, the largest statue of the smiling Maitreya Buddha is the best-preserved one of its kind and embodies the artistry of carving in the Song Dynasty.

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