Like Elephant Hill, Fubo Hill benefits from its scenic location right on the west bank of the Li River. Standing some 62m high, the view from the peak is again one of the main attractions at this landmark. But it is a very steep climb to the top, so that some might settle for just reaching the lookout about halfway up. But the main attractions at Fubo Hill are Pearl Returning Cave in the southern side of the hill and 1000 Buddha Cave. The caves are home to a number of ancient Buddha statues and rock carvings dating mainly from the Tang Dynasty. Additionally, they feature a number of stalactites, the most famous and amazing of which is Sword Testing Rock.
Admission: ¥15. Open: 7am-7pm.
Directions: Fubo Hill is at the very north end of Binjiang Lu, on the west bank of the Li River. Bus #58 (from Fubo Hill, Diecai Hill, Seven Star Park, etc) stops here.
Show the taxi driver: 请带我去伏波山, 谢谢。 (Please take me to Fubo Hill. Thank you.)