I have been here four years ago. It’s okay to come back. The scenery here is good and the incense is very recommended.
A big Buddha, a group of temples, a hall, one hundred tickets.
The park's cost performance is low. After entering the gate of the park, there is an electric station, and then directly to the tomb of the Qing emperor, and then the second stop is the temple complex. Then it is delivered directly to the exit of the park. The service is average, no one has introduced what is going on with this line. I just saw the electric car brand and thought that there are many attractions, but in fact there are only two attractions: the emperor's mausoleum and the temple. All the buildings are antique buildings built by people in recent years and there are no real monuments. If you are not here to worship Buddha and burn incense, it is of little significance to come to this scenic spot. Of course, modern temples may have little to do with true Buddhism. The level of service is too ordinary. However, in the park, I saw wild cats who were slumbering and not afraid of people, and saw the lotus in the lotus pond that has not been withered, which is one of the few highlights of this trip. Compared to scenic spots that cost 100 yuan for tickets and 10 yuan for fares, Liudingshan is really lackluster. Poor experience, average scenery, low cost performance, low playability,