Yunfeng Mountain of Tengchong

Yunfeng Mountain of Tengchong, Tengchong County: Hours, Address, Yunfeng Mountain of Tengchong Reviews: 4/5

Yunfeng Mountain of Tengchong

Yunfeng Mountain of Tengchong
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Ruidian Country, Tengchong County 679104 China

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云峰山
Dec 2016 • Friends
Need to pay RMB230 adult ticket for the entry fee and cable car. A place that near to the god, it is on top of the mountain, pray with sincerely, make a wish , your wish maybe could come true, local people said.
Written December 29, 2016
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Ian G
Ipswich, Australia166 contributions
A walk that touches the sky.
Apr 2011 • Couples
This mountain has a walkway which winds through a sub tropical rainforest, where the birdlife welcomes your every footstep. Breathing in the fresh country air and taking in the everchanging views, you forget how high you have climbed. The walk is not for the faint of heart, but on reaching the temple, you are richly rewarded with a view which is truly breathtaking. The last column of steps has a chain on each side to assist you and the links are festooned with padlocks (with names of couples engraved on each one) so they may receive good fortune from this sacred place. The temple itself is rich in history and visited daily by locals and devout followers of the dao religion. Having water and some lollies is recommended as this climb up and the journey back down will leave you a few kilos lighter. Having a guide is a must, if only to assist with language and to provide commentary. At the moment a large resort is under construction in the valley below, and on completion (sometime in the middle of 2012), will have a fully operational chairlift (which will take people half way up the mountain), spa and tourist shopping centre. This will provide a place to rest, eat and enjoy the rich natural surrounds beneath this sacred mountain.
Written September 22, 2011
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