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Grand Bamboo Sea of China

Anji County, China
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wood7indiana wrote a review Dec 2017
Zionsville, Indiana235 contributions101 helpful votes
Visited Grand Bamboo Sea during off season in December. Pleasantly surprised the attractions were still open with good service even though cooler weather. Great views from the top of mountains and local villages. Path to the top of the mountain well kept, easy hike if you can handle steps. Take ad any age of the mountain slide on the way down for 50 RMB. Lots of fun!
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Date of experience: December 2017
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auradivine wrote a review May 2017
Shanghai, China11 contributions2 helpful votes
It is no wonder that Zhang yimou chose this location for his movie. A natural experience. Well worth the trip!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Michael Xu wrote a review Apr 2017
Montreal, Canada173 contributions13 helpful votes
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Last visit was over 10yr ago. We have changed but the mountain hasn't, nor the green bamboos. Easy and enjoyable hike for a 5yr old. Good invention of the railing ride to come down. Farmer food is everywhere around, to test the freshness and authenticity of local food.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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xally85 wrote a review Oct 2016
Malaysia34 contributions15 helpful votes
It's quite a good place to visit. The highlight is to climb to the top and get a great view of bamboo 'sea' surrounding you. Mountains filled with just bamboos. Great view. Nothing much aside from that though, the rest of the attractions are not that great. 2 hours is more than enough to see everything. Lots of farmer house restaurants nearby where you can stop and their specialty bamboo dishes.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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