As we all know, Buddhism is one of the three major religions in the world. Since Buddhism was introduced into China, incense has always been very prosperous, and it is just like this that there have been many temples and statues in China. Among them, Guanyin Bodhisattva has always been a symbol of compassion and wisdom. In the eyes of many people, she has always been a savior. So, where is the highest Guanyin in the world? Why is it so spiritual?
For many people, even if they are not Buddhist believers, they all know that Guanyin Bodhisattva has always been called GuanShiYin Bodhisattva in the South China Sea. It happens that there is the highest Guanyin statue in the world in Sanya, Hainan, and even an important tourist attraction in Sanya. The whole 108 meter high Guanyin statue on the sea of Sanya Nanshan was built by Shanghai Nanshan merit foundation with a total cost of 800 million yuan.
This is an integrated three Avalokitesvara statue. It is the best one among many statues in the world. It is even known as the 'world-class' and' century class' Buddhist temple project. The statue of Guanyin on the sea in Nanshan, Sanya was selected by Mr. Zhao Puchu, the former president of China Buddhist Association. The whole statue took six years to complete. It is worth mentioning that the three sides of the statue hold beads, sutra boxes and lotus flowers, which symbolize the compassion, wisdom and peace of Bodhisattva.
Tourists can climb the lotus throne and worship Buddha at close range here. Of course, they can also hold Buddha's feet. As the saying goes, hold Buddha's feet temporarily. Many tourists will come here to hold Buddha's feet. In addition to tourists, many airlines in Hainan choose to circle around the Buddha for a week when they pass near the statue of Avalokitesvara. Many people may think that this is promoting tourist attractions to tourists. But for those who believe in Buddhism, they think that they are praying for peace.
In addition, Sanya Nanshan sea Avalokitesvara is also known as the most 'spiritual' Avalokitesvara, because in Hainan, where there are frequent typhoons, there has never been a typhoon since the Avalokitesvara was built. But it's just a coincidence for those who don't believe in it, but for those who believe in it, this Avalokitesvara looks very spiritual. So what do you think of the largest Guanyin statue in the South China Sea in the world?