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Weibao Mountain

Caicun Wharf, Dali 671000, China
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Amazing and peaceful place

It is a must do if you are in Dali ! We took a cab for one day in dali and he bring us to the... read more

Reviewed January 1, 2017
alice p
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Paris, France
Ancient Taoist Mountain with many temples

There are many temples along this paved mountain path. Wish I had had more time to explore. The... read more

Reviewed October 27, 2016
ecstraveler
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San Francisco, California
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Jan 1, 2017
“Amazing and peaceful place”
Oct 27, 2016
“Ancient Taoist Mountain with many temples”
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Caicun Wharf, Dali 671000, China
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Reviewed January 1, 2017

It is a must do if you are in Dali ! We took a cab for one day in dali and he bring us to the mountain and the city, it was a little bit expensive, but we were exhausting to negociate. (600rmb for a...More

Thank alice p
Reviewed October 27, 2016

There are many temples along this paved mountain path. Wish I had had more time to explore. The main pavilion has a fascinating carved mural that could be from any indigenous culture. The temples are Buddhist and Taoist. One big golden deity has a fierce...More

Thank ecstraveler
Reviewed October 9, 2016

On the mountain is a complex of Taoist and Buddhist temples. There are also areas of significance to the local Yi minority people.

Thank 764MartinW
Reviewed May 7, 2016

Perfect day trip from Dali coupled with Weishan (the hotel arranged a local driver for us - 380rmb). This place is one of a kind: a succession of beautiful temples disseminated all over a mountain in the forest. We did not expect that the site...More

1  Thank Nebulette_06
Reviewed April 25, 2016

Not far from Weishan, the entrance is a long way above the valley below. it is possible to follow a circular path taking in all the temples on the mountain - but we visited the first half dozen or so. There were few other visitors,...More

Thank AlKronos
Reviewed March 21, 2015

This is a sacred mountain with fourteen temples. I have never visited anything link it in my life. It was amazing.

Thank Rebecca R
Reviewed January 3, 2015

the climate there was quiet different from where i came. better prepare more.the views there were nice, remember take a good carema. plus water and food.

1  Thank huang j
Reviewed May 7, 2014

Took the bus from Dali to Weishan, then rented a car to Weibao Mountain. The Mountain was delightful and we spent a day exploring. Met friendly Daoist Monks, saw an 800 year old camellia tree and hardly saw any other tourists. Weishan Town was well...More

1  Thank 171Chris
Reviewed April 7, 2014

Rented a taxi to go there (400RMB for the return trip, organized by my hotel), and in merely 2 hrs we made it up to the mountain park. I seemed to be the only visitor (off season) only when I came down, I met two...More

Thank linaloos
Reviewed December 12, 2013

Take something to drink and start early as there is much to see and many stone stairs to climb. I found the blending of Buddhist and Taoist icons - art fascinating. Using my pocket guide I had an interesting talk with some Taoist monks.

Thank Dale K
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