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Grand Black Mountain of Dalian

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Grand Black Mountain of Dalian

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East of the District, Jinzhou District, Dalian 116100 China
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3-Day Private Tibet Tour from Dalian: Lhasa, Yamdrok Lake and Khampa La Pass
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3-Day Private Tibet Tour from Dalian: Lhasa, Yamdrok Lake and Khampa La Pass

Travel to Lhasa from Dalian, visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple Monastery. This private 3-day tour with an expert guide includes iconic Tibetan monuments from centuries of Dalai Lamas. Explore Sera Monastery, a landmark for Buddhist scholars, and stroll through ancient Barkhor Street. Hike along the shores of Yamdrok Lake after panoramic views of the Himalayan range from Khampa La Pass. Your guide will take care of your entry visa and provide insight about Tibetan culture throughout your tour!
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yrius wrote a review Apr 2019
Dalian, China84 contributions33 helpful votes
My friends and I camp there and had fun. Although the wind was very strong, the sunrise and the view were AMAZING!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Tatiane Reis wrote a review Nov 2018
Sao Paulo, SP66 contributions79 helpful votes
The atmosphere is very peaceful, good structure to receive visits from any age, interesting temples and good points for photos.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Martin A wrote a review Aug 2018
Dalian, China2,691 contributions151 helpful votes
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Most people go to the first park on Big Monk Mountain, or Daheishan, or Grand Monk Mountain, walk up thousands of stone stairs, see several temples, and it's fantastic. If you take the same road for about fifteen minutes you get to a couple of other temple compounds that are magnificent and a short-cut to the top of the mountain. If you go around the mountain on the same road, you get to the top of another temple compound so you don't have to walk up 2,000 stairs to see what looks like a small cave but opens up to a high ceiling with huge Buddhist and Taoist sculptures. You can also go to the 4th temple complex by a shorter route and walk up those stairs, to see more. All four sites on this mountain are magnificent. All Daheishen needs now is a waterfall on the top so more people take notice of this amazing place.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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kim buay p wrote a review Jun 2018
Singapore, Singapore8,873 contributions909 helpful votes
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After visiting Golden Pebble Beach, I took Line 3 to Development Zone stop and hired a taxi to the numerous cherry farms at Big Black Mountain. I did not have the time to hike up (about 2 hours one way). The driver brought me to a farm where I paid RMB 30 to pick and eat as much cherry as I like and whatever I picked will be RMB 20 for 500 g. I also bought apricots at RMB 10 for 1.5 kg. After that the driver brought me to the entrance of Big Black Mountain where I walked for a while near to the vicinity. I joined a young couple to pick a type of small red berries in the woods. The toilet at the entrance has to be avoided at all cost. I managed to get a kind driver who conversed with me. On the light rail train, a kind lady managed to write down in Mandarin the places I would like to go and I just showed it to the driver.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Maddy wrote a review Jun 2017
Dalian, China486 contributions59 helpful votes
very nice hike when it's not too crowded, better to avoid national holidays. Beautiful temples on the top.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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