The Leshan region less than two hours outside of Chengdu offers a compact immersion in some of Sichuan Province's most intriguing art and architecture. Visit three renowned sites on this all-day excursion, revealing ancient Buddhist treasures that will evoke awe and enhance your appreciation of China's rich cultural heritage.
World's Largest Stone BuddhaVisit the 233-foot-high Leshan Giant Buddha, the world's largest stone Buddha, carved during the Tang dynasty from a vertical face above the confluence of three rivers
Cliff Tombs of the Han DynastyExplore the Mahao Cliff Tombs, a Han Dynasty burial site excavated to reveal extensive chambers, passageways, pottery figurines and exquisite relief paintings
Mountaintop Buddhist PalacesEnjoy the mountaintop views from Wuyou Monastery and its seven Buddhist palaces, admiring calligraphic paintings, carved terracotta monks and other artifacts within
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