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Leshan Giant Buddha

Leshan Giant BuddhaNearby City

4.5/510,310 Reviews
Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
7:30-18:30 (on-season: April 1 - October 7); 8:00-17:30 (off-season: October 8 - March 31) (Local time)
The Leshan Giant Buddha is located on a rock wall of the Lingyun Mountain at the junction of Leshan's Min River, Qingyi River, and Dadu River in Sichuan. It is a sacred place for Buddhist and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Leshan Giant Buddha depicts a seated image of Maitreya and it is an exquisite piece of cliff-carving work from the Tang Dynasty. The colossal statue is about 70 metres high and over 1,300-years-old, making it the largest stone Buddha in the world, and by far the tallest pre-modern statue. It took an astonishing three generations of craftmen and 90 years to complete. When viewing the tall and majestic Giant Buddha, one cannot help but marvel at the wisdom of the ancients. In the absence of modern large-scale tools, they were still able to leave such a legacy.
Leichang Former Residence

Leichang Former Residence

4.5/56 Reviews
Historical Site
Famous Residences
Luocheng Ancient Town

Luocheng Ancient TownNearby City

4/559 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
The architectural layout of the old town of Luocheng is very special. The whole town is found on the top of the mountain, and the street house is similar to a ship. The main street of this boat-shaped ancient town is north to south, thin at both ends and spacious in the middle. The street is undulating, like a deck in the waves; the street theater is towering, like a tall sail. The Linguan Temple at the end of the street is like the cabin of a ship. There is a line of shade corridors on both sides of the street, just like a boat canopy, also known as "the boat hall street." This remaining old street still keeps the humanistic features of some old Sichuan culture in the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Emei Mountain

Emei MountainNearby City

4.5/516,905 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
7:00-18:00 (Local time)
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.
Huang Longxi

Huang LongxiNearby City

4.4/51,041 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
The ancient town of Huanglongxi is located roughly 40 kilometers from Chengdu and boasts a history of over 1700 years. There are cobbled streets from the Ming and Qing dynasties, along with ancient memorial archways, temples, buildings and houses. A traditional festival is called the Fire Dragon Festival. The event is so well known that Huanglongxi is nicknamed the "the village of the Chinese fire dragon". The village is used as a set for films today, including films like Hibiscus Town (Fu rong zhen). The local snacks of Huanglongxi are also well-known. One-strand noodle, crispy pork legs, pearl tofu pudding and braised yellow catfish are all worth a taste!
Qingshen Zhongyan Temple

Qingshen Zhongyan TempleNearby City

4/529 Reviews
Historical Site
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Jiajiang Qianfo Cliff

Jiajiang Qianfo CliffNearby City

4.3/590 Reviews
Historical Site
The scenic area where the Jiajiang Qianfo Cliff is situated is beautiful. It is also called "Qingyi Juejia Chu". There are hundreds of stone carvings on the walls of the left bank of Qingyi River, and they are called "Qianfo Cliff”. The stone carvings began in Sui Dynasty, followed by Tang, Ming, and Qing, and each period is different. Different sizes of stone carvings are lined up together, with different shapes and forms. The constructions are marvelous and shows the high level of skill in stone carving in ancient China.
Du Fu's Thatched Cottage

Du Fu's Thatched CottageNearby City

4.6/511,164 Reviews
Famous Residences
(May 1st - October 31th) 8:00-20:00, (November 1st - April 30th of the following year) 08:00-18:30; ticket sales ended 60 minutes before closing. (Local time)
Du Fu Thatched Cottage is the former Chengdu residence of the famous Tang Dynasty poet Du Fu. Du Fu lived here for nearly four years. During his stay, he created hundreds of poems. This place is thus regarded as the “holy land” of Chinese literature. Today's Du Fu Thatched Cottage has survived multiple dynasties and been restored many times. The most important architecture of the place is his former residence, the thatched house. This former residence was built with the architectural characteristics of the western Sichuan civilian residences.

XibazhenNearby City

4.5/519 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
Lingbao Tower

Lingbao TowerNearby City

4.5/530 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
Historical Site