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Built in 326 A.D. at the foot of Lingyin Mountain, this temple features a main hall extending 33.5 meters in height, a statue of Sakyamuni carved out of 24 pieces of camphor wood and a laughing Buddha covered in gold.
No.1 Fayun Alley, Lingyin Road, Xihu District, Hangzhou 310013, China
A beautiful park surrounds the Lingyuin Temple. From the car parking area, you walk through high quality shops and cafes into a green forest with trickling streams and gushing waterfalls. You can choose to walk up the paved path or cross the stream and walk...More
Other than some historical significance of this temple, there is nothing much to offer at this temple. It is over commercialised. The entrance fee is high. It collects an entrance fee just to get into the park that are outside the temple and another entrance...More
We enjoyed beautiful mountain views along the road to this place, and actually you can find two ancient temples(one is Linguine Temple) here and some ancient Buddha caves on the rocky mountains. Worthy to come !
You must visit this temple which is a marvel in the foothills with many caves and statues. The temple itself is one of the most beautiful in China, out of the big cities and very alive by the community of monks who make it up....More
Lingyin Temple is one of the most beautiful place in Hangzhou. You can feel and experience the Chinese couture and traditions here. It requires 2-3 hours to see the complete place. There is full greenery everywhere and it is very peaceful. I'd definitely recommend everyone...More