Xingfa Hotel

Address: No.105 Jiading South Road,Xingfa Street, 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

    1 comment

    ... upwards of 3 hours. Once you get to Leshan, there is a sign (completely in Chinese) that points to a minivan that I correctly assumed was transportation to see the Buddha. This cost Y5, don't be alarmed if they move you from what looks like an "official" minivan to Tom's rusty minivan - if there aren't enough people to fill the bigger vehicle, they will put you in a smaller one so you don't have to wait to leave. I appreciated that. Here's where I made a mistake. When we got off the ...

    Two Day Asian Tour

    A travel blog entry by iamtomzhang on Nov 07, 2014

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    ... we signed up for a 2 day tour of Sichuan mountains that began the next morning and we had to all get up at 5 am to get picked up.

    That first day was extremely painful…we couldn’t even sleep on the bus because the tour guide talked the entire time. We were a little skeptical of the tour at first because it was basically all old Asian people…and then the 5 of us. But it turned out to be a really fun tour. The old Asian people were all really curious about ...

    Another Train?!

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 28, 2014

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    ... in height this Buddha is seated representing the future Buddha. To give an aspect of the true size, one curl on Buddha's head is larger than the average human head and as you descend the stairs to the feet the true scale really comes into perspective. Barely able to get it fully into a photo from the bottom the best way to see this is from the water. Unfortunately we are too late in the day for a river cruise and I take solace seeing the strength of ...

    Modern monks

    A travel blog entry by stapes on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... almost always the case). I imagine it is due to the scarcity of foreign tourists or at least that foreign tourism is relatively new in many places, but even a simple thing like asking for the bathroom, a napkin, or chopsticks often baffles them. Maybe I just need to work on my charades.

    That night I did manage to stay in a monastery half way up the mountain, which was really special. My little dormitory overlooked a ...

    You'd Buddha Believe It... ;)

    A travel blog entry by emilyandjames on Aug 06, 2012

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    ... torrentially so we got the macs out and swam across the road to the entrance. A few Chinese people on the bus told us when to get off which was nice. We got in the park and the first way up to the buddha was shut. It started raining heavier so we ended up sat outside the loos for an hour waiting for it to stop, which it didn't and eventually we decided we would have to get wet. We followed the crowds up some steps and then realised we were at the Buddhas ...