Jinye Grand Hotel

Address: No.199 Jiading North Road, 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

How To: Seeing the Leshan Buddha

A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 06, 2014

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... get directions. In hindsight, I might have taken a taxi from the last bus stop but walking was manageable. Your bus ticket will have a seat number on it, in English - sit there or you will get moved. It's confusing because sometimes no one cares where you sit but in general I've noticed that when you are leaving big cities, they assign seats for you. The trip takes about two hours if the traffic is normal though it could take longer if you get stuck in city traffic so plan to be on the ...

Two Day Asian Tour

A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Nov 07, 2014

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Hello good people,

Oh gosh it's been forever since I’ve written one of these. I’m sorry guys, stupid UChicago classes have been keeping me busy as hell. Let’s see, where was I in the last post? Right our plane just landed in Chengdu and we got 2 hours of sleep night.

After landing at 1:30 am my mom’s friend from college came and picked us up at the airport. It was 2:30 when we finally checked into our rooms, needless to say we all collapsed in ...

Another Train?!

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 28, 2014

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... gate closure. The Buddha is carved into a rock face at the convergence of three rivers and it was built in hopes of calming the local rivers and protecting the fisherman. Construction began in the early 8th century and took about 90 years to complete. As the monk who conceived the project had wished, the rivers calmed at completion. Many attribute this though not to the gods, but to the mass amounts of rock and debris dumped into the river from the work. At ...

Modern monks

A travel blog entry by stapes on Oct 16, 2014

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... rainforest ferns, monkeys staring at you instead of people and little monasteries at the top of each hill. Little shacks are dotted along the route with people who can serve you bowls of rice or noodles, though trying to get any vegetables or sauce proved a problem with my level of Chinese. It's generally very difficult to make yourself understood to people in China if your Chinese is limited and their English is non-existent ...

You'd Buddha Believe It... ;)

A travel blog entry by emilyandjames on Aug 06, 2012

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James is responsible for all the funny titles. He is embarassed.

Got up early (agaaaain) and caught a bus (less successfully, the map was wrong and it took us a while to realise so we didn't leave as early as planned. However, we made it to the long distance bus station and it turned out to be really easy to get the bus. It was a two hour drive to Leshan and then we had to catch another bus (an old crunky one) to the Buddha itself. Halfway there, it ...