Chongqing Longshuixia Gap
Chongqing Longshuixia Gap
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ClaireLouise
Derbyshire, UK366 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
I absolutely loved it here.
It cost 85 cny (nov).
Took a few hours to steadily wander through taking many photos.
The layout and pathways have been brilliantly done.
We did this after the three bridges (taking their tourist bus to this site).
I 100% recommend
Written November 4, 2023
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Aldeny2644
Shanghai, China89 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Solo
Opened in 2014, the Chinese have gone a long way in trying to keep this natural wonder natural yet allowing many people to enjoy without causing too much damage. This is a rarity in China. That being said, there are still many many things western conservationists would never allow: souvenir vendors, plastic umbrellas to shield visitors from water spray, photographer stations, etc- but considering these things are funding the preservation, it seems forgivable. And, the added walkways and railings help guests of all ages enjoy the steep and winding paths where they never could have before.
Directions from Chongqing: Take train from Chongqing North station to Wulong. About 25 rmb/person. There is only one high speed (2 hours) option at 7am so i recommend booking early thru wechat. If you book at the station you probably will not get a seat and have to stand the whole way. The next train is a slow 4 hour ride and then the next is at 14:50 not allowing enough time to explore. Please get to the station early because it is huge and your train could be departing from the other side requiring you to take the public bus (i think #663) or pay a scooter driver to take you.
Once you arrive Wulong, avoid the taxis and walk straight across the road to the shuttle buses. You will see signs above. Just board a bus and the driver will get on and collect fees, 10 rmb/person! The bus will take you to the Wulong Karst tourist center in Xiannu town which is a big white pyramid looking building. Security check, food hall and tickets can be purchased here. 2 options: Longshuixia alone (see photo for 2019 prices, about 80rmb for entrance, 35 for the shuttle between three bridges and longshuixia) or with Three Bridges (70 rmb plus 15 for the elevator) Go down to bottom level and board a tour bus to the sites.
First stop is the Three Bridges entrance. Since this is the way I did it, I am not sure if Longshuixia is the very next stop? But I think it is. First stop has a bunch of clothing vendors (weather here can be sticky hot or humid cold so maybe grab a hat/scarf) and snack vendors (you will need water).
Once you finish Three Bridges (see my other review)- you will exit to a parking lot where you can either take the electric shuttle to the Longshuixia bus depot or hike the way. It isn't that far. The bus depot type area has food vendor booths all selling the exact same foods, yummy soy noodles, skewers of meat, etc. Grab a quick bite here before boarding the next bus to Longshuixia.
After your hike thru Longshuixia, remember to get your free keychain photo (taken on the path), grab a water from the vendors and board the bus back to the tourist center. There are other buses to Three Bridges and fairy mountain etc, so make sure to ask and get on the right one.
You will take so many beautiful pictures so I only included ones that relate to what I wrote above
Enjoy!
Written April 30, 2019
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Kenlong C
Bangkok, Thailand295 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Couples
The queue was dreadful and long as usual for China.But besides that the sight of Wulong and it’s surrounding was bizarre!
Written October 27, 2019
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Rod J
Noosaville, Australia57 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017
The fissure gorge is pleasantly straightforward compared to three bridges.It has one entrance and one exit.It was different to three bridges in that gorge is very narrow compared to three bridges.Waterfalls are very close.Step platforms themselves are very feng shui.Good pictures can be taken in both localities.Good backdrops for lovers and groups.No extra costs.Is cheaper than three bridges and when you finish you finish in shuttle bus car park with food stalls.No steep climb out.Buses are there.So a relaxing walk with things to see and good pictures to take.
Written April 21, 2017
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Payoh
Singapore123 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Family
If you seen my review of the Tienkeng Three bridges. This place is just next to it. Normally, when people to there will cover these two place. It takes 2.5 hours to walk through with valley and waterfalls almost everywhere. A lot of step climbing and walking. breezing with fresh air. So clean and natural that you would like to stay longer. Must go
Written January 8, 2018
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maetamon
23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Solo
I took a day tour, which include three gorges and this place. As per tour guide, going to the place should take thr bus no.1-2. I took no.1. When I got off the bus, I just went into the entrance in front of me but some people walked to the different side with me (to the left-handed side after getting off the bus). Then, i found out that it was the way to the elevator, but mine was stairs, all the way down to the bottom. They were two different paths on different sides of mountains. Make sure which way way you want to go. At the bottom, the two paths will merge anyway. And, you may bring rain cloths (I wont recommend umbrellas) if you don't wanna get wet (not much).
Written April 24, 2017
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LeanneJ721
Hobart, Australia78 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Solo
Had to take a chinese speaking day bus tour to get there and a couple of compulsory shopping stops, but so worth it. The walking tour was paved all the way and had a glass elevator to get down part of the way - but still managed to feel like it retains a natural environment. Also got to venture onto a canterlevered glass platform that has been built overlooking the gap.
Written June 20, 2016
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Jason B
Geelong, Victoria, Australia14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015 • Friends
Unfortunately many of the photos on this post are of totally different sites. The Longshuixia Fissure is a narrow fault line that has been carved out by the river that just tears through the gorge that is only a few metres wide in places. I went on a rainy day so the water was running hard and brown, but it was awesome. Once you climb down the several hundred steps through the caves at the start, then down the elevator and a few hundred more steps to the bottom of the gorge, you start to appreciate the scale of everything around you. The gorge would be a few hundred metres deep and only about 5 metres wide. Unbelievable!
Written September 28, 2015
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Guiyong
Xiamen, China39 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Solo
Same as for Tian Sheng Three Bridges, yet different, nature has spent thousands of years forming these wonderful landscapes. Grottoes, riffs, underground rivers, you will feel that Earth is older than a city and more powerfull than a rocket.
I would highly suggest to come here as early as you can. First bus from Wulong Karst Tourist Center is at 8:30am, if I'm not mistaken, but the place itself may open earlier. You will walk on a narrow path, and crowd would definitely damage the peaceful and majestuous atmosphere of the area... as well as your souvenir photos.
Price is 115 RMB and it is a 1h30 to 2 hours walk. Definitely worth the money.
Written August 23, 2014
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023
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Written July 1, 2023
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