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Mt. Lushan National Park

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KodoDrummer wrote a review May 2020
Yekaterinburg, Russia63,520 contributions138,250 helpful votes
We came to enjoy jetting across the clear blue lake waters. The water was chilling, but combined with the oxygen rich air, provided for a fun invigorating outing.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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alfonso m wrote a review Aug 2019
Greding, Germany480 contributions80 helpful votes
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Dont expect too much, too many noisy chinese taking pictures, the park is to dirty maybe some one teach chinese how to use a trush can. Grop gides with megaphones, no choise to hear the wild live.How this park can get AAAAA category?
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jack wrote a review Jun 2019
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Very good place suitable for go with loved ones. Cheap for travel. Easy transport. Beautiful scenes.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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LG_Kay wrote a review Apr 2019
Singapore, Singapore7,499 contributions1,392 helpful votes
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Let me share with you my experience in visiting Lushan. Day 0 is primarily for transportation to Lushan. Transportation: First, head to Jiujiang Long Distance Bus Station. There are many buses going to Lushan, bus fare 16.50 rmb, about 1.5 hours ride. Bus will first make a stop at Tourist Service and Transfer Centre for visitors to purchase the Lushan entrance ticket 180 rmb. The bus will end at a big square in Guling Town (牯岭镇). This is also the interchange to take the sightseeing bus for the eastern and western routes. Accommodation: Travelers will most likely stay in Guling Town, which is actually at the top of Lushan. There are many hotels, restaurants, mini-marts in Guling Town. As for me. I stayed in Lushan Tianjie Villa (廬山天街別墅). Please see separate review of hotel. Exploring Lushan: It is highly recommended to purchase the sightseeing bus card, 70 rmb to visit the various places of interest in Lushan. There are 2 bus routes - eastern and western routes. See one of my photos for the bus routes. The main interchange connecting these 2 routes is at the big square as mentioned above. The bus card is valid for 7 days, unlimited rides. To take the bus, a female staff will scan your card and fingerprint and she will call for a bus to come. Inform the driver where you are going, else he may skip the stop if no one is alighting. My 2 days itinerary is as follows: Day 1 - Eastern route. Places of interest are Five Old Men Peak (五老峰) -> Sandiequan, 3-Tiered Waterfall (三叠泉) -> Hanpo Pass (含鄱口) -> Lushan Museum (庐山博物馆) -> Lushan Conference Site (周恩来纪念馆) -> Meilu Villa (美庐别墅) Day 2 - Western route. Places of interest are Huajing, Flower Path (花径) -> Ruqin Lake (如琴湖) -> Jinxiu Valley (锦绣谷) -> Heavenly Bridge (天桥) -> Immortal Cave (仙人洞) -> Big Heavenly Pool (大天池) -> Suspension Bridge (悬索桥) -> Black Dragon Pool (乌龙潭) -> Yellow Dragon Pool (黄龙潭) -> Lulin Lake (芦林湖). Please see my separate reviews for each of the above places of interest. I spent the entire day to cover the eastern route while only half a day to cover the western route. Hence, I took the long distance bus back to Jiujiang in day 2 afternoon. If you have only 1 full day in Lushan, I recommend you to visit the major attractions, i.e. Five Old Men Peak, Sandiequan, Huajing & Jinxiu Valley. If you find this post helpful in planning your trip, kindly click "Helpful". Thanks so much.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Jeffrey B wrote a review Aug 2018
Townville, South Carolina21 contributions17 helpful votes
I visited Lushan Park early August. Temperature was very warm, and crowds were large, but the beauty of this historical place is breathtaking. I was the only westerner that I saw while I was here. That being said, I visited the park with my Chinese friends and that made the visit very enjoyable, even though it seemed like we walked 10 miles every day (we did not walk that far, but be prepared for steep rock stairways meant for small feet). When you get into the heart of China, I compare this to Yellowstone Park in the USA. Very beautiful country!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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