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Fei Lai Feng, Hangzhou
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Explore the distinctive limestone peak of Fei Lai Feng, a hill best known for its many Buddhas, carved into the cliffs and rocky brookside walls. Myths and legends abound in this place of spiritualism and ancient natural scenery, with a number of temples, shrines, and religious artworks adding much to the serene, almost magical atmosphere created by the hill's many caves, its tinkling streams, and spring. As you stroll around the hill, keep an eye out for the 470 Buddhas carved into the rock, created at various times between the 10th and 14th centuries CE. To visit Fei Lai Feng and other attractions in Hangzhou, use our Hangzhou holiday planner.
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  • We visited during a hazy and cold December day and still thought this was a magical place. This small rocky peak is believed to have flown to Hangzhou many centuries ago and in order to keep it from f...  more »
  • 古代雕刻的造型還是很好看的,而且整個景區環境綠樹成蔭,在這裡逛整天也不會很累,但是有些洞窟衛生環境堪憂,有尿騷味 
  • From the Centre can be reached by bus, 7 minutes 40 around the Lake. Interesting place, Buddha carved into the rock around the stones, you can climb. Entrance to the will. We wanted to get into the temple, long could not understand where the entrance and ticket office. There is a Pavilion resembling the exchanger (we thought), we twice by passed and only then looked inside, there just and sell tickets in the monastery itself, it's still 45 y. monastery too interesting to see many halls, go to queue at all. Around still have buildings, inhabited by monks, gardens and gazebos. When the big kolichesve people can retire.
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