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The only reason I rated this as terrible was that there was no information available that the grottoes were closed before we went. Thus this cautionary review. No one in town mentioned that the grottoes were closed, not at the 3 star hotel, nor taxi...More
One of the earliest grottos and a significant part of Chinese Buddhism, it is said to be earlier than Yungang and Longmen Grottos of Datong in Shanxi and Luoyang in He’nan. We only got to see the biggest grotto from the Tang Dynasty (618 A.D.-907...More
One of the coolest things I've seen in a long time, although we almost didn't see them since they are officially closed for some kind of renovation, and it was only through the intervention of our amazing interpreter and the kindness of the workers hanging...More