Great way pace to visit. As long as the weather is nice you can hike up Fei Lai peak & Bei Gao peak with quite ease although the first fo those two doesn't have much of a view due to the vegetation. The caves are...More
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Big Temple area that seems to be very popular. Lots of people were visting when we were there. Hvae been hearing of travellers who visit every year after getting good grades at unisversity after their visit.
This is very historic with many very old carvings. You walk along a path next to the mountain side where they have carved over 350 Buddha’s and other related statues carved into the stone. Loved this place!
On the roadway into the temple, the statues and caves are fascinating, looking back 600-700 years often. The stream along the cliff is pretty and full of carp. Nice spots to rest along the way. Go early to beat the crowds.
Most people go to this just before the Lingyin Temple. We found this the better part of the long walk. The carvings extend beyond the small cave and along the river and up a steep hill. This is a great, and not so long, walk...More
Craved Buddha statues in and around the natural limestone caves, Lingyin temple also within the same area. You need to pay entrance fee to Fei Lai Feng and Lingyin temple separately.
The rock carvings should be part of your excursion to Lingyin Temple. You do pay a separate fee for the Temple. The rock carvings are simply beautiful. It is extremely crowded so not very peaceful but nevertheless this is must see when in Hangzhou.
The number one attraction in Hangzhou. I rate it even better than the West Lake. Many cool carved statues and lots of little trails to walk on in the woods. Go early to avoid the crowds!
Visited this place 10 years back. This time round, brought my elderly parent along. Entrance fee now at CNY$40 to the FeiLai Peak (飞来峰). Historical sculptures from thousand years worth a visit if you haven't been to the place. It was quite crowded when we...More