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Pavilion of The First Mountain

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Pavilion of The First Mountain

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Emei Mountain Scenic Area, Emeishan 614200 China
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2-Day Private Tour: Panda Base, Leshan Giant Buddha and Mount Emei from Chengdu
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2-Day Private Tour: Panda Base, Leshan Giant Buddha and Mount Emei from Chengdu

Visit highlights of Chengdu including the Chengdu Panda base,Leshan Buddha and Mount Emei with this private 2 day tour from Chengdu.<br><br>You will be picked up from Chengdu hotel and dropped off at your Chengdu hotel/airport/train station.
$530.00 per adult
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John and Deb K wrote a review Oct 2018
Karratha, Australia625 contributions156 helpful votes
This is in a square near the main town, it was a short walk from our Hotel(Pullman). Lovely area where lots of people relax. There is a lage bell and some lovely carvings and its free.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Run_ar0und wrote a review May 2017
Dallas, Texas477 contributions111 helpful votes
It is in downtown, easily walkable and stopped by. It is in a plaza, there are carving on the side telling the story of buddhism
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Christina C wrote a review Apr 2017
Coquitlam, Canada6,310 contributions789 helpful votes
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Our tour bus dropped us off at the Welcome Square. It’s just a short walk to the left when facing the waterfalls where you will see a pavilion painted with gold. Inside hangs a big bell that would take at least 4 people to move. We didn’t try, we only took few photos. Across the Pavilion is a street full of shops and restaurants. At the opposite side is a red stone wall full of carvings with a stream beside it in a very serene surrounding. After all that walking, this is a good place to relax. Happy Travelling!
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Date of experience: March 2017
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