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Baiyun Mountain

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Baiyun Mountain

953 Reviews
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Xinshi Town, Baiyun District, Guangzhou 510440 China
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TianpingjiaGuangzhou Metro32 min
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Kaiping Diaolou Day Tour to Zili, Li yuan, Chikan Village from Guangzhou
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Kaiping Diaolou Day Tour to Zili, Li yuan, Chikan Village from Guangzhou

Kaiping is well-known for the Diaolou and old villages in Guangdong Province. This day tour will let you explore the UNESCO site with a local guide.<br><br>Diaolou in Chinese, were listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2007. First built in the early Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), these multi-storied houses were built as small fortresses and watch towers for protection. <br><br>After lunch, head to the Liyuan Garden. Built in 1926, this garden holds a combination of traditional Chinese landscaping as well as western architectural style.<br><br>Then, pay a visit to the Chi Kan Old Town. With its traditional architecture and beautiful views, the town is now a popular place for movie and television drama shoots.
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mzw wrote a review Aug 2020
Falls Church, Virginia37 contributions10 helpful votes
I went to BaiYun Mountain with my family, though we took separate paths up. I began earlier in the morning in 云溪生态公园 and entered the BaiYun Mountain area by paying 5 yuan at gate near the back of the 云溪 park. This began a trail through the jungle woods which stretched for quite a while and went up the side of the mountain. It took me about 90 minutes with some birding along the way. It is a fairly rigorous hike, especially the last part which takes you toward the summit where there are stretches of stairs. My family came up the chairlift from the South entrance (chairlift opens at 9am) after this we met up and walked around a bit of the park. There certainly are plenty of places to wander though also a fair number of people. It is not secluded.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Meera wrote a review Jul 2020
KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa34 contributions22 helpful votes
If you enjoy hiking, this is the perfect place to go to over the holiday season or just the weekend. The park is massive with lots of tourists. A suggestion would be to carry bottled water and some snacks should you wish to picnic on the grassy slopes. There's a honey bee plant on site. Hormonious ambience, popular amongst the locals, perfect for a day visit..
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Date of experience: August 2019
999110 wrote a review Apr 2020
Guangzhou, China4 contributions
Due to the coronavirus we all took leave so i got time to have some fun. Baiyun mountain is a good place to go and can exercise a lot to burn my calories. I started from south entrance which the cable car is available as well and i decide to climb to the summit. I sweated and exhausted however i am happy the view is nice and took a lot pictures. I choosed another route for go downhill. After long walk i found these are totally two different places and actually very far. I had a nice day with plenty of nice pictures.
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Date of experience: April 2020
KodoDrummer wrote a review Mar 2020
Yekaterinburg, Russia63,150 contributions134,337 helpful votes
We enjoyed the natural beauty and fragrance of spring flowers, the energy building walk up the mountain roadway, and feeding the Koi fish on an upper level of Baiyun Mountain, and then went to the top, and saw were it gets its other name, White Cloud Mountain. On the longest leg of the trip down, we took the shuttle bu.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Naresh K wrote a review Mar 2020
Guangzhou, China6 contributions1 helpful vote
It is a really nice place to visit withing the city. Well connected by public transport and taxi services. you can experience the rope-way from the city to mountain top and the panoramic view of Guangzhou city. Yuntai Garden is a pleasant view.
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Date of experience: December 2019