Lingyun Temple
Lingyun Temple
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OCDane
Los Angeles, CA
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
This place has over 3000 Buddhas and has the worlds biggest of Buddhas. Of course there are a number of temples the Buddhists used and are still using. It is open to go and lit a candle and pray. It is very beautiful and the Buddha inside is a big golden one.
Written 16 September 2019
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Greg Stevens
Sydney, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
Located on Lingyun Mountain, Lingyun Temple is also referred to as the Great Buddha Temple because of its spot at the head of the Leshan Giant Buddha, the largest stone Buddha in the world.On both sides of the entrance gate to the temple are four memorial monuments, with the principal building composed of the Tianwang, or Heavenly King Hall, the Precious Hall of the Great Hero and the Scripture Collection Hall, all of which neatly form a multi-tiered courtyard house.
They are surrounded by beautiful gardens!
Written 8 October 2018
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vasile123
New York City, NY
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Friends
You climb up about 300 steps ( no worries, they are not steep) to get to the head of the giant Buddha. On your left side is the entrance to the temple. There are three buildings with statues where people pray and come to express their devotion. There is a beautiful peaceful garden in the back. Relax for a while...
Written 27 June 2018
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RYMIDO
Seville, Spain
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Friends
When we arrived to this fabulous patio with high gyngos and many pots with flowers red and Carmine. We look out, and not be could get inside. In the entrance had a monk sitting in a small office that attending the demands of different people. The room inside was very simple, with a large altar in the background and front had banks square basses with cushions yellow, lined pads leaving a central corridor, where the monks gather for activities. Sitting monk wrote offerings in small strips of paper in Exchange for a charity, strips that were in the infernillos. In the part left had a red building on one level that was in line with the level of the slope of the mountain, with soft adjustable forming terraces full of pots with beautiful flowers. In the interior of these houses had temples and go towards the function of museums with very acient sculptures of wood colors and display cabinets and furniture.
Written 22 November 2017
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Jarko2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Solo
This really interesting temple is part of the LeShan giant buddha complex and is included in the RMB70 entrance fee. Depending on your direction of travel, it's either the first or last main site you'll visit in the area. It's right across from the head of the giant statue.
Written 27 October 2017
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sunecao
Guangzhou, China
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Friends
I enjoyed the temple - you can't go in, but you can walk up and look around which is quite interesting if you enjoy architecture and history. The gardens surrounding this temple are really breathtaking though. Flowers, trees and green everywhere, all artistically and beautifully cared for. There were some awesome pictures taken in our group.
Written 27 February 2017
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ahyc
Toronto, Canada
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Took a quick look on my way to the Leshan Buddha; it's along the route up the mountain to the top of the Buddha.
It's a square pagoda like the ones in Xi'an. It's a quick stop but otherwise there isn't much else to do.
Written 12 December 2014
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