Heizhu Gou Hot Spring Hotel

Address: Jinyan Yi Autonomous County of Ebian County, Hot Springs Village, Leshan, Sichuan, 614300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jinyan Yi Autonomous County of Ebian County, Hot Springs Village, Leshan.
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    Travel Blogs from Leshan

    Across the Wide Bamboo Sea, II

    A travel blog entry by alexprimm on Mar 29, 2015

    29 photos

    ... than any green thing. Clean air must be one of the most discussed topics in China these days. It's highly valued. They almost never see stars in Mianyang, here they shine brightly in the crisp night air. Bamboo stalks are up to 12" wide and 50' tall, more tree than shrub. The sprouts grow up to one foot a day and have a sweet lemony flavor when simply prepared. But no local pandas, they're further north and west of Chengdu in other mountains closer to ...

    How To: Seeing the Leshan Buddha

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... likely take the option that only lets you see it from below or try to find a boat. But apparently, no matter the season, if you go in the afternoon most of the Chinese tourists have gone through already. So it may not be as bad. I also would consider the ferry option though I have no idea where you'd get that option, I assumed there would be a slew of people at the bus station trying to haggle with you but there wasn't so you'd have to go down to the river to find the ferry I guess. ...

    Giant Buddha Madness

    A travel blog entry by jadeandrew on May 23, 2012

    19 photos

    ... came and hid behind us – well Ken mainly – there was a dog following her and she was scared of it. The dog was clearly harmless it didn’t look threatening at all and had a collar and just casually jogged past us, she followed us down and we realised that she had run quiet a long way and up many stairs – in this heat!! Crazy girl!!

    Outside the gates we managed to time it right yet again for the local bus back to ...

    The Giant Buddha of Leshan

    A travel blog entry by shoulin4 on May 10, 2011

    ... guide this time, who took us around the whole park, looking at the various smaller Buddhas located at the site. Then we saw the main attraction, the Giant Buddha. After all the nonsense that I was put through in the morning, seeing the Giant Buddha in person was worth it. A narrow and extremely steep walkway surrounded the Buddha, and we all proceeded to walk down, take pictures, and then climb back up. On the way, I took pictures with some Chinese tourists who wanted to ...

    The World's Largest Sitting Buddha

    A travel blog entry by bethcross on Aug 01, 2010

    5 photos

    ... lot more to see then the giant buddha. We climbed stairs and entered caves that were filled with shrines for different buddhas. It was very interesting. Then we proceeded on up more and more stairs. We're actually climbing the mountain, so that we can be at the top of the giant buddhas head. Finally we arrive at the top and file into a very, very long line of Chinese people. It takes about 2 hours to reach the point were we can actually see the ...

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