Jia Zhou Binguan

No.85 Baita Street, Shizhong District, Leshan, Sichuan, 614000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Leshan, is near Mount Emei (Emeishan), Bridge, and Leshan River, Friend and Foe.
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Travel Blogs from Leshan

The Giant Buddha

A travel blog entry by chrisgodman on Sep 03, 2014

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We caught the local bus, which took two and a half hours, out to the World Heritage listed Giant Buddha Park in Leshan. We took a guide, Sean with us, as trying to find the right buses would have taken all day I think! When we arrived we stopped for lunch, which was probably the most balanced meal we have had for awhile as Sean ordered for us. After that we had our aerobic ...

Blessed encounter with the Giant Buddha

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 13, 2013

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... get the same blessing to see this giant Buddha, this UNESCO heritage site, up close and personal to send him a message of positivity or a personal wish. For me, tonight, a message to bring relief from this exhaustion and minor case of writers block would be a most appropriate wish. Signing off til tomorrow when I will showcase the yolo experience of climbing Mt Emei.


Giant Buddha Madness

A travel blog entry by jadeandrew on May 23, 2012

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... station and after some time we were back on the main bus to Chengdu – exhausted and hungry – all the walking and battling people on very little to eat left us running on empty and once we got to Chengdu and walked back to our hotel we stopped off at a Japanese place (after last night’s incident I didn’t want oily Chinese food) and stuffed ourselves silly with a well-deserved beer. We then waddled back to our hotel where ...

The Giant Buddha of Leshan

A travel blog entry by shoulin4 on May 10, 2011

... with me. Then, as I reached the top of the walkway on the other side of the Buddha, I rested for a bit. While I was resting, I chatted with a Chinese man who was interested in what I was doing there. He then asked me if I could understand the Sichuan accent, and I told him it was extremely difficult. He then told me that he was from north China (which I could tell, because I could understand him very clearly), and that
when he hears the Sichuan accent, it's like ...

The World's Largest Sitting Buddha

A travel blog entry by bethcross on Aug 01, 2010

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... br> I must also mention that while we are so excited to see the buddha and are taking pictures of the buddha all the Chinese people are taking pictures of us. We are out in the country now and probably some of the first foreigners they have ever seen. They are pretty bold about taking the pictures too. They'll stop right in front of you and shoot the picture.

Let me also add that the line moves very slowly and yet the people continue ...