2. Spring Temple Buddha
Spring Temple Buddha, the world’s second tallest statue, is a magnificent statue of Vairocana Buddha. It’s built around a lotus-shaped throne. The construction of this statue, which is located within the Fodushan Scenic Area, began in 1997 and lasted until 2008. The monument stands atop a hill that has been altered to create two more pedestals. The whole cost of the project was anticipated to be $55 million, with the monument alone costing roughly $18 million.
Spring Temple was erected during the Tang Dynasty and is now one of China’s most recognized landmarks. It is devoted to the Buddhist God Buddha. The “Bell of Good Luck,” a 116-tonne bronze bell, is housed within this vast and holy sanctuary.