really enjoyed our trip. The scenery was just amazing, the weather was great, and the place wasnt overrun by tourists. So many photo opportunities and definitely worth a visit.
Wished we went on our own, free and easy style, instead of on a guided tour. Our guide was terrible and she spoilt it for us. The weather was bad too. Just too bad... I think the views would have been great if we went during a different period, and under different circumstances ...
you will see rocks like in Avatar movie. when you climb up, try to use fast elevator which can climb more than 300 meters in just 1-2 minutes. But before we can get in the elevator, we must waiting in the qeue more than 15 minutes. On the way back, I used the cable car. It took about 15 minutes... More
The place is awesome if you look for scenery. Part of what Avatar mountain really looks like in the movie. The only problem I had was that since it was so crowded (perhaps because of winter holiday), the locals are just cutting lines. I have the picture of the person that is taking private tour and apparently the guide knows... More
Unique karst peaks appear in clusters to provide a mysterious yet beautiful setting. Numerous famous scenic spots including Kings Pen,Yunqing Rock and Fairies Dipensing Flowers leave you speechless as the magnificent sights just keep on coming.
I entered through Tianzi Mountain gate which was the furthest from Zhangjiajie city and less crowded with tourists (especially tours) and most of the recommended viewing points are on this mountain. We then took a bus from the entry gate to the top. The mountain does have some very scenic views and is worth a visit (although it is very... More
Winter visit limits our visions of the whole and complete majestic views of the mountains but the Heaven Bridge still gave us a satisfying reward after the long climb / hiking through drizzles of snow falls
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