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Nanjing Purple Mountain Private Tour with Tangshan Hot Spring Spa Experience
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Nanjing Purple Mountain Private Tour with Tangshan Hot Spring Spa Experience

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Combine a fun sightseeing tour with a leisure hot spring spa experience in Nanjing.Visit the city’s top attraction such as Dr. SunYat-Sen Mausoleum, Xiaoling Tomb of Ming Dynasty or Lingu Temple in the picturesque Purple Mountain area. In addition, enjoy a relaxing hot spring spa experience in Tangshan Hot Spring. One of the China’s top four famous hot spring center. Relax and avail the professional service from your local expert guide that shares great local history, culture and custom. Flexible departure time cater to your travel schedule all with convenient door to door private transfers.
$181.34 per adult
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Joseph T wrote a review Sep 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia76 contributions9 helpful votes
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There is a monastery built in the mountain. If you happen to be a Buddhist and you are familiar with Master Hsing Yun - the founder of Fo Guang Shan, this monastery in the suburb of Nanjing is where Master Hsing Yun was ordained as a monk. The monastery has got quite some relics. Besides touring the monastery, you could take a walk up the mountain to enjoy the scenery. It's not a difficult hike, but it does burn some calories. The bus ride was approximately 1 hours to this place from Nanjing city. I think it's worth the time if you like to visit the suburb after spending too much time in the city.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Anle_Charan wrote a review Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China63 contributions6 helpful votes
This place have an abundance of maple trees so the best time to go is during the fall season to enjoy the autumn colors. We were fortunate that we visited Nanjing the first week of December and still was able to catch the beautiful colors.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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liucy752 wrote a review Nov 2017
Taipei, Taiwan744 contributions11,596 helpful votes
The most important attraction is the Qi Xia temple and its related historical relics. The Qi-Xia temple is at the foot of the mountain. If you have time, you can take a hike on the mountain. If your schedule is tight, ......no need. “In late autumn, the maple leaves will turn their pretty colors”, said my friend. And of course, It will be very crowded and noisy.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Laxiaozi08200912 wrote a review Apr 2017
Beijing, China1,279 contributions306 helpful votes
This place is great! You can see the beautiful pond in the middle of the park, then you can also see the pagodas around pond! Yes! Many elders come here to relax and enjoy their life by a game of cards, chinese chess, or some other chit chats. Overall, you are going to love climbing and scaling the mountain.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Ginis23 wrote a review Jan 2017
Shanghai, China84 contributions16 helpful votes
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The colors were gorgeous! We went there on early December and the trees were still glorious looking. I guess earlier during the fall you can get to see more trees full of colorful leaves, it wasn't that crowded and honestly we got there pretty late, we should have spent there the whole day is well worth it. Price is cheap (I think we paid 40 rmb for the entrance fee) and it wasn't crowded. If you go all the way to the top you can see the river that was awesome except for those trees that are blocking the view from the top (those are not the pretty ones) still the view is awesome and we got to see a wonderful sunset.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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