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The official rout that Ming Dynasty people came to visit the tomb to pay respect should start with a place called Xiamafang which literally means getting off the horse. It is because you are supposed to get off the horse and start walking only to...More
Make sure you are in the fit condition. Prepare for walking about 3 hours or more. This place is very huge but surrounding area are beautiful. If you like to go there, take metro and get off at muxuyuan station. From there you will find...More
The first thing we did was get a taxi from the city to the Tomb, I mention this because he dropped us off next to a boarded walkway that passed under a wooded area. I cannot describe how beautiful this forested area was, it was...More
I was happy that we hired a private tour guide for the visit of the tombs. If you are not interested in history, without a tour guide, you'll just consider it as pieces of bricks. However, if you listened to tour guide's explanation, you'll realize...More
The gardens were so beautiful, especially Spirit Way. I'm so glad we got to see this with lush green leaves on the trees - made it so impressive. Ming's Tomb was impressive as well. This is a must see when visiting Nanjing
This tomb is much quieter and more serene than the Ming Tombs in Beijing because of the beautiful surrounding mountain. The blossom on the trees all around was out during our visit, I was told it was plum trees. Definitely worth a visit, if I'd...More
It is not easy to understand what it is original and what has been rebuilt after the tumultuous 20th century Chinese history. Nevertheless, it is highly worth a visit. One can walk across beautiful gardens touching the glorious history of the Ming dynasty.