The Buddha’s ears are 6.72m long and a picnic could be held on the huge nails of his toes, which is 1.5m long. The carving project first begun in 713, led by a Buddhist monk called Haitong, who hoped that the Buddha’s presence would subdue the swift currents and protect the boatmen.
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Business Hours: 08:00AM – 05:00PM
Location: Leshan city, Sichuan province (2 hours from hotel by car)