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Wangyue Park

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Xianjiahu Road, Yuelu District, Changsha 410013 China
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Private Day Tour to Nanyue Hengshan Mount from Changsha
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Private Day Tour to Nanyue Hengshan Mount from Changsha

depart from Changsha city area hotel, drive 2.5 hours to Mt. Hengshan,<br>Mt. Hengshan, also know as Southern Mountain of the five sacred mountains in China, is located in the Hengyang city in Hunan Province. And in foreign tourists' eyes, it is one of the most popular destinations in China. Because of the ideal climate conditions, Mt. Hengshan keeps green all year around. And the natural scenery in this scenic area makes it reputed as a "solitary beautiful mountain in southern China".<br><br>Mt Hengshan is a mountain range 150 kilometres (93 mi) long with 72 peaks. The Huiyan Peak is the south end of the peaks, Yuelu Mountain in Changsha City is the north end, and the Zhurong Peak is the highest, with 1,290 meters above sea level. On the top, the Shaolin Temple and the Watching Sunrise Platform are the best scenic spots.<br><br>As early as 2,000 years ago, many emperors and celebrities visited Hengshan
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jamgypsy wrote a review Mar 2017
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Spent an afternoon here in early March with friends. We went to see the cherry blossoms and to enjoy making music in the park. Many other Chinese were out enjoying the nice weather, lovely scenery and taking photos of each other. We passed by various small-scale amusement park-type rides for small children but had no children so did not bother to check them (or the cost) out. Actual park entrance is free but parking is nearly nonexistent--we walked 30 minutes from where we parked the car. The trees we enjoyed were framing a couple of small lakes. There seemed to be a restaurant across the lake from us. As we left, I saw a sign that gave the historical background of the park: The tomb of a Han Dynasty king was found at the top of the hill. If the weather is nice, expect lots of people but everyone is there to enjoy themselves, so it's a pleasant atmosphere. As a group of five female musicians (four Chinese and one American), we drew a lot of attention and camera lenses!
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Date of experience: February 2017
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