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Mount Qian Shan, Anshan

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Mountain Nature / Park
Spend a whole day exploring the mountain trails that wind though the pristine forest of Mount Qian Shan, filled with both Buddhist and Taoist temples. Among rolling peaks coated with greenery stands a 70 m (230 ft) high statue of Buddha shaped by nature, claimed to be the largest one of its kind worldwide. Paved footpaths and thousands of steps climb steeply up the hillsides, passing small shrines, pagodas, and carved monuments honoring the dead. You can cover a lot of the area by renting an electric cart or riding on the cable car, but to climb all the way up to the summit you'll have to go by foot. Work out when and for how long to visit Mount Qian Shan and other Anshan attractions using our handy Anshan travel itinerary planner.
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  • It's a simply gorgeous place to visit. There's so much to see, don't expect to get to everything in one day. There are great views, Taoist and Buddhist temples, some nice picnic spots (especially at t...  more »
  • beautiful mountain views, great walk, on foot or by cable car, I advise you to go on Monday, almost no one, you are all alone  more »
  • As suggest by others, I took my car and drove almost to the top as we dint want to walk with 3 month old baby. the view is good and worth visiting.  more »