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Reviews about Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot

余涂

5/5
Reviewed on 18 Feb 2018

It is very convenient to visit Feilaifeng Scenic Area in Hangzhou by public transport. You can buy tickets online and enter the Scenic Area with your ID card. It is suggested to take a sightseeing cable car to the north peak to worship the God of wealth, view the sea of clouds, overlook the beautiful Hangzhou, then down the mountain road, along the way to visit Taoguang Temple and Yongfu Temple, and finally to Lingyin Temple to appreciate the cliff stone Buddha statues.

Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
Hangzhou Lingyin Temple and Feilai Peak Scenic Spot
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186***73
5/5
Reviewed on 3 Mar 2018
5/5
Today, March 3, Saturday, the weather in Hangzhou is very good. After lunch, we are going on a walk-on trip to Lingyin Temple to pray for the New Year. In the afternoon, we took bus 180 and went back to Lingyin Monastery. We walked along Lingyin Monastery until Lingyin Feilaifeng. After 1.5 kilometers, we came to Brush Hangzhou Municipal People's Card. We saw the statue on the cliff. One line of day, Big Belly Miller Buddha climbed up and down the side of the mountain and lake, and climbed to the top of the peak. Four big characters on the top of the peak were flying to the top of the peak. Pictures can be taken with any combination. After that, we went to Lingyin Temple to buy tickets. If the citizens had opened the temple card, they could enter it free of charge. (Visitors can contact me with the card.) Cash purchase is 30 yuan for one person to provide three incense free of charge in the temple. In Daxiong Palace, we sincerely prayed to the four sides for a safe and healthy new year. Everything went smoothly. In prosperous years, we became rich and bravely climbed the peak. The Great Hall of Majesty is dedicated to Sakyamuni Buddha. It is magnificent and solemn. Many people here pray to the Buddha for blessings. There is Buddha's Dharma protection around one week. On the back is Guanyin Cihang. Entering the back hill is the Pharmacist's Hall, where we pray for the elimination of all diseases and disasters and for the well-being of our families. Back is a Lingyin Temple Exhibition Hall, where the Indian Yunyou Master Huili founded Lingyin Temple, and Lingyin Temple prevailed in the Eastern Jin Dynasty and Qian Miao of Wu and Yue Kingdom respected and promoted Buddhism. In its heyday, there were 3000 temples in the temple, and the Tibetan Sutras under Leifeng Pagoda were also treasured in the museum. The Buddhist sutras like Ruopolomi were written by the famous calligrapher Changgong, with neat characters and a great magic weapon of Lingyin the temple. It's worth a close look. It's a priceless treasure. There's also a magnificent scene of the Sakyamuni Temple carved from jade from Africa. It's exquisite and classic. Here you can feel the power of faith! At 4 p.m. on the way down the mountain, drums sounded inside the Daxiong Palace. The prayer activities began. The monks read the Ring Yan Sutra. In front of the Daxiong Palace, Miller Buddha was worshipped. The Side Hall was a statue of 500 Arhats and Guanyin Buddha. The sculpture was lifelike and exquisite. It was a treasure of thousands of years'cultural heritage. It's worth seeing. Anyway, if you need to play, you can contact me.
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