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If you made your way to Xi’an, take a day trip by high speed train to Luoyang and visit the Longmen Grottoes. You’ll see some of the biggest Buddha’s but carved in a mountain. A very unique site, worth a day of your itinerary. You...More
The grottoes all look the same ad beside central part nothing is really impressing in terms of pure "wow" effect. Otherwise if you are close and do not need to spend 2 hr in the train to get here , or you so adore watching...More
You should definitely visit it if you’re nearby (Xi’an or Zhengzhou). It’s quite interesting. West side is unique while the East side is unfortunately not as much.
Tickets don’t include the bus drive. You should definitely get the drive as it is a long walk.
Chinese have a knack for maintaining their history. They take pride in preservation of their past and we could see this through out our journey. Ideally located on both banks of a river called YI, a large number of caves are carved out of lime...More
What a fantastic place to visit. It must have been an enormous work to make these caves with 100.000 buddha's. What an absolute waste that so much is destroyed by Japanese in world War II and also by the Cultural revolution in the late 70's....More
This is definitely a MUST stop if you visit China. There's so much history in this place and the sculptures craved in the grottoes are just incredible. I advice you to take an umbrella to hide from the sun in the hot season for there...More
Beyond the famous sites of China, this was one of the most interesting places I've visited. Despite the holiday crowds there were opportunities to see all the caves up close. As a side note, I've seen some complaints about the walk from the visitors centre...More
Worth a visit as the place is scenic... since it's autumn, it is crowded just a week before public hols. the grottoes are very unusual and many statues of the various forms on the cave-like walls. there are bees and wasps around... have to be...More
Don't miss this! The carvings and grottoes are amazing, and the park setting is very clean and well organized. The ticket office wasn't open at 7:30, so we went online and bought tickets via smart phone and proceeded to the gate for the 8:00 opening....More