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Tianyun Mountain

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Avoid any long lines or printing problems with paperless skip-the-line entry to Beijing’s UNESCO-listed Forbidden City. Simply book in advance, stroll straight to check in, then show your passport to ensure hassle-free admission directly into the ancient complex and enjoy plenty of time to browse the site’s major attractions, including the Gate of Divine Prowess, Dragon Throne, and Palace Museum.
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Yossi D wrote a review Sep 2019
Jerusalem, Israel17 contributions19 helpful votes
We were 4 adults and 4 kids. You drive some 2 hours out of BJ throughout villeges and nice nature. The location is in the mountain so you first start with cable car and get to the top of the rim. Then walk along long glass bridges and sidewalks. Wondeful experience that worth every minute. Getting down is through a steep trail - not easy for everyone. It was easy for the kids but risky dangerous for old or disable people. It was a full excellent day! very recommended to see and feel the nature in China.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Smita S wrote a review Aug 2019
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It could be more scary I wanted it to be but it was alright we had fun and specially it was not so hot
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Date of experience: August 2019
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frankiektchang wrote a review Oct 2018
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For those who fancy experiencing glass bridge ( 玻璃栈道), if you are in Beijing it is easy to visit one at 天云山 (Tian Yunshan) inside 石林峡 ( Shi Lin Xia Gorge/Canyon ) at 平谷 ( Pinggu) in outer Beijing. The trip can be completed in one day return from Beijing. Even if not for the glass bridge, the hiking trip is rewarding with its beautiful canyon scenery. From Beijing, take the public bus 918 ( or 852 ) from Dongzhimen Transportation Hub (东直门交通枢纽)for Pinggu District ( alternatively take subway to end of line 15 at Feng bo ; getting out at exit C2 and take bus 918 from the nearest bus stop.) Get off from bus 918 at local bus stop 迎宾环岛 (ying bin huan dao) to take local bus 25 (or 26) at the same bus stop. (If you miss this; you can still alight bus 918 at either of the next 2 following stops just the same). Alight from bus 25 ( or 26) at bus stop (石林峡; Shi Lin Xia ) , walk forward and you can see the entrance to the gorge attractions. The glass bridge is just one of the several attractions inside the gorge. You can choose to walk up all the way or take cableway part of the way ( ticket are sold one way at a time ) to reach GLASS BRIDGE. You need to pay for entrance to the gorge and then pay to enter the glass bridge attraction . For returning to Beijing, reverse the travel route. ( For those who make a stay overnite, villager's home ( besides usual hotel ) are open to receive guests. They may visit nearby attactions such as a wonderful cave and/or climb a hill to a big golden buddha at the top.)
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Date of experience: September 2018
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pelitawati wrote a review Nov 2016
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I and husband visited there with relatives who live in Beijing but no experience went there, so we have no clues of what we will face. The tour began with cable ride to the top follow with the glass bottom path, ride a so high flying fox, and we found a glass bridge. It's so amazing, I love the experience except the painful downturn trekking.....and do not expect any officials speak english.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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