Fei Lai Feng, Hangzhou
Categories: Historic Sites, Sacred & Religious Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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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Nice if you wanna see a bit of nature (and people if it is a national holiday) Le status on the rock are nicely done, and the place is big enough to spend a few hours there. You can get there by city ... read more »
Very much worth. Be aware that the temple is IN the park meaning impossible to visit first the park, go for lunch and then visit temple. Other than small noodle shop inside impossible to eat. Start th... read more »
I visited here with group of colleagues. There are lot of carved images of Buddha and the main temple with monks. Nice place to walk around with some steps to climb and takes about 2 hours if you want... read more »
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