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Anshan Qianshan Buddha

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Day off work

Was in Anshan for business but had a day free so went to visit the Buddha. Great day out and... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
Martin1966_13
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Wath-upon-Dearne, United Kingdom
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Mountain five Buddhas

in the north of the park is the "peak of the five Buddhas", as it is the highest mountain in the... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2016
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7 Sep 2017
“Day off work”
3 Nov 2016
“Mountain five Buddhas”
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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Was in Anshan for business but had a day free so went to visit the Buddha. Great day out and enjoyed the experience. Be prepared for a lot of steps but the end result is well worth the effort.

Thank Martin1966_13
Reviewed 4 November 2016

in the north of the park is the "peak of the five Buddhas", as it is the highest mountain in the park 554 meters. After lifting the cable car you can go on the heights right up to the entrance to the park

1  Thank Evgeny N
Reviewed 1 July 2014

Whilst I was working at Anshan, some office colleagues insisted we visit the Buddha on the mountain. Actually QianShan translates to "Thousand Mountains" as AnShan translates to "Saddle Mountain". I like anything to do with mountains in China as my Chinese given name is Deng...More

Thank Rad1945
Reviewed 14 March 2013

I went to this place during the Chinese New Year festival. It was very very cold outside about 5-10F. The trek was hard but I made it. My major problem was that there was no access to the stone Buddha. The gate was locked and...More

2  Thank mark7432
Reviewed 25 February 2013

I am lucky that my best friend is from Anshan, so I visited the mountain with two very well informed Chinese ladies. We went in February so as you can imagine, it was very cold however, in my view it added to the beauty of...More

Thank suesheffield40
Reviewed 2 July 2012

We used the little bus and the tram, but still were covered in sweat by the time we ascended the final steps to the temple that protects the mountain Buddha. Totally worth it as the views of the mountains, valleys, temples, and forest were spectacular....More

1  Thank MountainMama304
Reviewed 29 June 2012

Excellent park. Had to pay to view the Buddha but was worth it.

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