China Travel Photo of the Day: Emei Shan sunrise

Culture | by China Travel
Posted: December 9th, 2010 | Updated: December 9th, 2010 | Comments
Sunrise at Emei Shan Watching the sun rise can be a truly humbling experience but seeing it cast its golden glow atop one of China's most holy Buddhist mountains is really something else. Eric Schaffer's entry to the Emei Shan in Sichuan. Just 20 meters below the summit, the Golden Peak Temple or Jinding  Si sits at an altitude of 3077 meters and offers some of the best views of the mountain. Often shrouded in mist, Eric was lucky enough to catch it with a relatively clear sky to show the light-drenched statue of the Bodhisattva Puxian, the snow-dusted temple and peaks beyond. Got some great some China travel photos? Then enter our Ctrip China Travel Photography Contest for the chance to win fantastic prizes and share your photos with the rest of the world—simply tag your Flickr photos with “ctrippic” or email them to us directly at
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