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Mount Qingcheng

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Mount Qingcheng

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Qingcheng Mountain Town, Chengdu 611844 China
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Private Half-Day Chengdu Panda Breeding Center Tour with Optional Volunteer
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Private Half-Day Chengdu Panda Breeding Center Tour with Optional Volunteer

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Sichuan is known for being home to giant pandas in the wild, and there are two popular sights to help with research and breeding of these incredible mammals—Chengdu Panda Breeding Center and Dujiangyan Giant Panda Center. Expand your panda knowledge, and see baby pandas up close by going on a half-day tour of one of the centers. No need to worry about figuring out local public transport as door-to-door transfers are included.
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Jana7z wrote a review Sep 2020
Wulong County, China160 contributions
mount Qingcheng is divided into front hill and back hill, very different atmosphere. front hill is the birthplace of China Taoism and has many Taoist temple and historical sites like steles and ancient trees from Tang Dynasty (about 1300 years ago). the temples half covered with fog are like true fairylands. took me 4 hour and half to finish the whole route. back hill is mainly natural scenery, waterfalls and strange giant rocks along the way. took me about 6 hours to finish the whole route. here is an advice, try your best to climb instead of cable car, the roads are built well and not slippy even in rain. feel the vibe walking in the fairyland.
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Date of experience: September 2020
tony12cu wrote a review Jul 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia3,219 contributions281 helpful votes
Lots of routes to explore - have to have strong legs though. Can easily spend an entire day there. The cable car queue can take you one hour to get on, so you may want to consider going on foot. Lots of greens and intersperse with lakes and gasping views.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Ivan A wrote a review Jul 2020
Bangkok, Thailand59 contributions2 helpful votes
A good place to trek around and come close to nature. It's the birthplace of Taoism. Beautiful structure along way which is good to take photographs. A sports wear is a must as you need to walk and climb a lot also a dedicated partner who can complete the whole trek without complaining 😁
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Date of experience: July 2020
novel wrote a review Jun 2020
China55 contributions4 helpful votes
Qingcheng Wushu is an important school of Chinese Wushu. It belongs to one of the four major schools of an-cient Chinese Wushu and originated from Qingcheng Mountain, Sichuan which is the Holy Land of ChineseTaoism and the world cultural heritage.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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JonasCN wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore3,968 contributions171 helpful votes
Mount Qingcheng is a short distance away from Dujianyan. There is an excitement in the desire to reach the highest peak when climbing the mountain. However the steps up the mountain is quite steep, especially the last 30 minutes and can be slippery during winter. There are porters to help you up the mountain at a cost (though one does sympathise the porters who are in their 50s too). There is also a photo taking service a the top of the mountain which a beautiful temple, especially during winter due to the thick clouds. The air is filled with the smoke from the joss sticks. There is a certain level of accomplishment amid the achy legs when you reach the top. Hence, this is well recommended for travellers looking for adventure. However, the main drawback of the area is the hidden costs you have to bear with to enjoy a complete experience. The site ticket is 80RMB. To proceed to the mountain, you have to 20 RMB for a 2 way mini bus journey to the river coast, after which you have to pay 10 RMB for a 2 way boat ride to an area closer to the mountain. There is also a 60RMB cable car to proceed to the base of the mountain before walking up. There is a need to factor in these costs when you are planning your trip. It is also difficult to avoid this payment as the journey without is much longer. Do also take note of the different operating hours during winter. It opens 8.30am to 5.30pm from May to October, and 9am to 5pm from November to April. Overall, if you can get over the hidden costs and the physical requirements, this is well worth the trip.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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