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My husband and I were staying only a 1km walk from the South Entrance of the park but if you do the Bamboo canoe ride first thing in the morning, the No 9 bus is only a short stroll to get on. We caught the...More
Wuyi Shan is a great place to travel as its scenery is indeed amazing. I spent 4 days there and I think that should be enough for most travelers.
Wuyi Shan is mainly comprised of six spots which are named Yi Xian Tian and Hu...More
Wuyishan is not in the two guides book we have about China. Frankly, I don't understand why.
This place is outstanding. We spent three days here and we think this may not be enough. Hiking in the mountains in the midle of deep valley whith...More
Amazing Mountain Area with DaHongPao Teas original tea bushes ... You get to walk through amazing scenes and mountainous areas. The final destination is the mountainside where the three original Da Hong Pao tea bushes still grow. All Da Hong Pao tea plants originate from...More
Breathtaking natural beauty. If you are coming from one of the big cities in China this is a much needed breath of fresh air (literally). Not overcrowded like many places in China and great for hiking and photos.
Let me share with you my 3D2N trip to Wuyishan starting from Xiamen:
From Xiamen Railway Station, I took the BRT line 1 to Xiamen North Station, fare 4 RMB, journey 42 mins. Earlier, I had booked the 7:52am high speed train from Xiamen...More
Th tour guide told us the excursion involved 3000 steps, I am not sure rather it was true but it sure felt like it! Luckily the guide provided us with a walking stick which helped, especially towards the top when the steps were much steeper....More
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I don't think you need vaccines for traveling here. At least I didn't and I survived without getting sick at all. I have to say if you are very very sensitive to mosquitoes I wouldn't recommend visiting Wuyi Mountain. You... More
I don't think you need vaccines for traveling here. At least I didn't and I survived without getting sick at all. I have to say if you are very very sensitive to mosquitoes I wouldn't recommend visiting Wuyi Mountain. You will definitely get a few bites here and there and may swell. I would recommend visiting this hotel which is where I stayed at: Da Wang Mountain Villa
FYI- Barely anyone speaks English there (not even hotels). So if you are going, I would recommend either doing a lot of research beforehand or hiring a guide. It will be very difficult to get around without a local. My two cents! If you have questions, send me a PM.