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Lianhua Mountain

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Lianhua Mountain

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Chang'an Town, Dongcheng District, Dongguan 511700 China
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Private Full-Day Yangzhou Tour from Shanghai with Lunch
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Private Full-Day Yangzhou Tour from Shanghai with Lunch

Discover the amazing Yangzhou city on this wonderful trip from Shanghai. Enjoy the beautiful sights of the city and tik off the top attractions such as Slender Westlake, Geyuan Garden, Daming Temple and old Dongguan street. You also can visit the Hanguangling museum, Yangzhou canal or heyuan garden if you like. A tasty local lunch, private guide and private vehicle service are inclusive. Since the tour is flexible based on your interests, attraction entrance fees are at your own cost.
$304.00 per adult
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acton28 wrote a review Oct 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom379 contributions106 helpful votes
Yesterday’s walk around Dalingshan (from Cháng'ān [长安] town’s Lotus Mountain) was nevertheless a little sweaty and warm. I’d ate an excellent breakfast (English, of course) at Ziggy’s American Diner before zipping past Chang’an Park, and heading for what’s know as Lotus Mountain. Here I spotted a lake by the Lotus Villa Hotel (莲花山庄酒店, 长安镇莲花山). Within seconds the familiar flash of a kingfisher whisked by, and disappeared into a tree. Various herons, bitterns and egrets scattered around the quiet lakeside. A smell of sewage ruined the impression. From the lakeside I headed upwards along a road, gently winding its way to a temple under restoration. Beyond that steps and a clearly marked-path guided me to numerous summits, but not the main peak (capped by radio masts and fenced off). The huge advantage of walking to the peak is that you can carry on towards Dalingshan Forest Park (大岭山森林公园)/. That is a far quieter and greener route, however like the Lotus Mountain litter lined many pathways and piled up hugely at rubbish bins. For a country with so many plastic reusable water bottles, single use plastics really do ruin parks.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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wengloktoh wrote a review Oct 2018
Calgary, Canada274 contributions33 helpful votes
Just not to the expectation as there is not much to see and do round the resort.What a waste of time
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Michael Sherlock wrote a review May 2017
Dili, East Timor3446 contributions385 helpful votes
A challenging walk - we were taken here by our local hosts - nice exercise get my 10,000 steps for the day
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Date of experience: February 2017
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soenghei wrote a review Aug 2015
Zipaquira, Colombia85 contributions19 helpful votes
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Good news: Bus 802 from NanCheng terminus to ChengAn then local bus no 3 right to the park. Bad news: almost 3 hours journey. Long walk up a slope to a construction site (one day will be a new temple) and then 1,450 steps to a lookout. As usual, no signboard maps to get an idea of the route. On the way, the viewing Pagodas were closed (under maintenance).
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Robertas G wrote a review Oct 2013
Kaunas1 contribution2 helpful votes
1158 meters climb on stony steps, nice kardio workout, just too much people on Sunday morning; a view of hazy Dongguan from the top of the mountain
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Date of experience: October 2013
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