In Leshan, there are many ways to see the Big Buddha.
Way one, is the most primitive climbing Buddha, feel the shock of the big Buddha at close range, tickets 80 yuan, as a world-class scenic spot, tickets 80, in fact, is really conscience;
way two, by boat To visit the Big Buddha, this process only takes 30 minutes. There is no need to enter the scenic spot. The ticket is 50 yuan. There are two docks with ships. Actually, it is not far from the inn where I live, but it is not included in my consideration;
way three, opposite the Leshan government, taking a ferry, ferry twice, you can go to the state opposite the Leshan Giant Buddha, where You can see the Big Buddha from afar, and there are many farmhouses. The cost of the ferry seems to be 3 yuan. There is basically no tourist to go, because this news is the most authentic travel guide provided by the locals provided by the onlookers who took the plane.
way four is the way I use, on the shore, find a quiet Unobstructed corners, put drones. I have studied it before I went to Leshan. I thought that Leshan should not let the drone fly. As a result, after seeing the map, the whole Leshan did not fly and fly, so I was very bold in the two days of Leshan. It has been flying several times. It is said that the Buddha has collected a lot of drones in the past few years. After all, the airflow on the river surface of the Sanjiang River is not stable, so it was particularly cautious when flying for the first time. With the first experience, the flight behind is getting more and more open.
I have always been surprised. Sichuan's geographical soil is loose sand, and there are many landslides and mudslides every year. This Leshan Giant Buddha built a nearly 90-year-old project in the Tang Dynasty more than a thousand years ago. The 71-meter-high Buddha statue is on the bank of the Lijiang River. It has been smashed by thousands of years of wind and rain and it is a miracle! It is impossible to say that the Buddha is secretly blessed, and the folks have so many stories about the gods.
Talking about the early years of Emperor Xuanzong in the Yuan Dynasty, there was an old monk in the Lingyun Mountain near the Leshan River. He witnessed the convergence of the Lancang River, the Qingyi River and the Dadu River. The rapids and turbulence of the turbulent waters made countless ships and people died. The ruin has repeatedly occurred, and the people are suffering. Haitongs monk is compassionate, and he is willing to raise funds to build a big Buddha and the Sanjiang Confluence of the town. He wants to use the boundless power of the Buddha to reduce the water potential.
After three generations of craftsmen, it took 90 years to complete the construction of the Leshan Giant Buddha in the 19th year of Tang Dezong (AD 803).
When the craftsman built the Buddha more than a thousand years ago, he had skillfully designed a drainage system. From the hair of the Buddha to the chest and back of the collar, there are ditch drainage, moisture insulation and ventilation to avoid weathering erosion. This should be the main reason why the Buddha has been alive for thousands of years. Can not help but secretly marvel at the wisdom and imagination of ancient craftsmen.
Looking up at the Foyun Lingyun Temple, there is sunshine through the forest, sprinkled on the snails of the Buddha's mottled snails, like a Buddha's light.
Sitting on the river in front of the Buddha's knee, day and night endless.
The mountain is a Buddha
The arrangement of the last day is still very simple, Leshan Giant Buddha. The Buddha is too big, so there are two ways to play: one is to enter the scenic spot, you can watch it at close range, the other is a boat that sits on a ferry and takes a panoramic view of the Buddha.
The earliest plan we planned was to feel the two, and the result was raining again. If the visibility was very poor, we gave up. It takes about two hours to visit the Leshan Giant Buddha.
This is the mud monk. In fact, it is the same Buddha as the Leshan Giant Buddha. The difference is a bit large. This one is more localized, and the Buddha retains the style that India has brought in. The scenic area of
Buddhist culture is a clockwise direction and does not go back. The road here is narrow and steep, and the walking speed is very slow.
Go to the foot of the Big Buddha and take a picture. The sly Buddha statue gives a shocking feeling.
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.