Reasons to Recommend: Mount Emei is one of the four famous mountains of Chinese Buddhism, and it is also the temple of Samantabhadra Bodhisattva. There are numerous Buddhist monasteries in the mountains that combine to give this place a holy and serene atmosphere. The scenery in the mountains are beautiful. The four seasons each have their own characteristics. If you are lucky, you can see the sunrise and sea of clouds. Do note that the monkeys in Mount Emei are notoriously naughty. They are not afraid of people, and even take the initiative to ask tourists for food.
Reasons to Recommend: Emeishan's Golden Peak Temple is surrounded on all sides by places of interest, attractions, and temples of all sizes, shapes, and historicity. To visit here is to truly experience the essence of Emeishan. Golden Peak Temple's golden statue of the Samantabhadra (the Universal Worthy with Four Faces and Ten Great Vows) is a must-see for many tourists to Emeishan. It is also one of the Han ethnicity national key temples of Buddhism. At 3,079 meters above sea level, visitors to the Golden Peak Temple will find their breath taken away by more than just the 48m tall Samantabhadra. While there, devotees may also go to the Huayan Temple to pay respect to the Buddha. From all four sides of the Golden Peak Temple, it is possible to see Emeishan's four wonders - the rising sun, the sea of clouds, the glory of the Buddha, and the holy light.
Reasons to Recommend: Leidong Plateau, with an altitude of over 2,400 meters, is the terminus of the sightseeing shuttle bus in the Emei Mountain Scenic Area. The bus operates between the Baoguo Temple Passenger Transport Centre at the foot of the mountain to the peak. Visitors must pass through Leidong Plateau on their way to Jinding Summit. Usually visitors would one day earlier to watch the sunrise at Jinding, because the accommodation cost in Leidong Plateau is cheaperch than that in Jinding Summit.
Reasons to Recommend: Yixiantian is situated on the road from Qingyin Pavilion to Hongchunping Temple. Walking along in the canyon, visitors can hear the roar of the waterfall by the ear, with steep cliffs standing on both sides. It is like a giant axe that has split the mountain and a line of blue sky is revealed. In the past, the cliff path was narrow and simple. Visitors often fell for the path being slippery. It has now been converted into reinforced concrete plank road.
Reasons to Recommend: Located in the center of Golden Summit, the four sides of the statue are the signs of Mount Emei. The icon was cast in copper-cast gilt and consists of a pedestal and the Ten Prophets. Against the background of the blue sky, the statues give off a shocking glow. Samantabhadra is a symbol of the wish of Mahayana Buddhism. The "Ten Parties" represent the 10 wishes of Samantabhadra, and it is also a symbol of ten directions in Buddhism. It means that the boundless line of Samantabhadra will be able to complete all the Buddhas of the Ten Trinity III and all sentient beings.