The way down to the Giant Buddha's feet is by a series of staircases. Be extremely careful when you go down as the steps are very small and narrow and your feet will be a bit on the large side compared with the average local. The staircases are also very steep, narrow and very crowded so just take your time going down.
Had my camera stolen
Hey, I should have been more careful, but I did have my camera stolen sometime in Leshan.
I also went on a tour with Richard Yang. "The Yang's Restaurant" is recommended in the Lonely Planet, and I would recommend the food as well.
Just don't go on his tour for $20. It's just that you can experience going to a market on your own. Well, I didn't gain much from the tour; I'm not an organized tour type person.
If you're interested, his website is www.longpassages.org
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Most of the people has gone to the industrial as the income is hinger than to work as a cleaner or a gardener resulted the historical statue seriously abondant.
Touching on the statue shaw not be allowed. Too bad, the stair has been made too close to the statue on the wall.
one of the factor caused by acide rain owing to the air polution surroundding. With the increase of gavernment encouragement, a lot of factory has been build surrounding with it cheap labours.
The level of water could simply goes up to 2, 3 meters higher than the normal level. Especially during the raining season in winter.
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