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Sublime Buddhist Caves

Just out of the city of modern bustling Guangyuan, this ancient Buddhist site is situated in a... read more

Reviewed July 19, 2017
Hazzz M
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We were on a business trip and we finished a half a day early and our host wanted to do something... read more

Reviewed November 23, 2013
ALS-JAM
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19 Jul 2017
“Sublime Buddhist Caves”
17 Oct 2016
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East Coast of Jialing River , Lizhou District, Guangyuan 628000, China
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Reviewed July 19, 2017 via mobile

Just out of the city of modern bustling Guangyuan, this ancient Buddhist site is situated in a beautiful park beside the river. An easy couple of hours to visit and has some glorious carvings and niches full of enigmatic Buddhist art. Lots are damaged but...More

Thank Hazzz M
Reviewed October 17, 2016

the cliff is covered in statues and murals carved into the rock face. Done before modern tools is amazing and the boardwalk has great sites with the cliff on one side and the river on the other.

Thank Paul B
Reviewed January 11, 2015

If you are in this area this place is a must to visit. Even though the ticket is a bit expensive (50yuan full price, 25 student ticket), it's worth it, if you like historical places. Many statues have been destroyed (or stolen) during the times,...More

Thank RenataM893
Reviewed November 23, 2013

We were on a business trip and we finished a half a day early and our host wanted to do something special for us so they took us to visit the Thousand-Buddha Temple. Amazing piece of history that none of us knew existed. A very...More

Thank ALS-JAM
Reviewed October 24, 2012

Never would have happened if there was cable tv back then! One is able to climb the cliff face with the assistance of a narrow carved stair and pathway on cliff face and a low handrail. It is awesome to get up close and see...More

Thank helen m
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