The Leshan Giant Buddha, also known as the Lingyun Buddha, is 71 meters high and was excavated in the Tang Dynasty. After three generations of craftsmen, it was completed in 90 years. It is the largest stone statue in China. It has always been a Buddhist holy place. The incense in Lingyun Temple is very prosperous. It is a good choice to experience Buddhist culture here. In addition to going up the mountain to observe the Buddha, you can also choose to take a boat to see the Buddha statue. There are three gates in the Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic Area, the North Gate (entrance), the East Gate (Exit), and the South Gate (Entrance Exit). The bus drop-off point and most visitors enter the gate is the north gate, but the exit is in the east gate and the south gate. If you need to take the bus back and do not want to visit the sights of Ma Haoya tomb, it is recommended to go out at the east gate. Because it is not convenient to go out from the South Gate. Plus, if the luggage is stored in a small shop in the North Gate, you still have to go out from the East Gate and go back to the North Gate after walking about 200 meters to the left. In summary, the route from the north gate to the east gate is the best. The walls in the scenic spot are full of ancient stone cliff statues, which are all mottled.