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Address: Taishan Road, Huanggu District, Shenyang 110032, China
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Scenic and worth adding on to a Beiling Park visit

This tomb is accessible through Beiling park, which costs 6 RMB to enter. I asked for those 2 tickets (would have cost 36 RMB), but they told me that option was unavailable and I... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2016
Elilyssar
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Bundaberg, Australia
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Hamlyn Terrace, Australia
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52 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 16 helpful votes
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Try to avoid visiting in the middle of winter. Many of the buildings were closed due to renovations/reconstructive work. Park surrounding the mausoleum was a winters sports playground. You could ice skate, scoot around on chairs with sledge runners and make snow balls. Access was easy from the subway. Entry fee 50 Yuan.

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Bundaberg, Australia
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80 reviews
42 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 48 helpful votes
Reviewed 12 December 2016

This tomb is accessible through Beiling park, which costs 6 RMB to enter. I asked for those 2 tickets (would have cost 36 RMB), but they told me that option was unavailable and I needed to buy the 50 RMB package which included entry to the tomb museum. If your Mandarin is good enough to tackle this, I would push... More 

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Trondheim, Norway
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752 reviews
285 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 171 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 November 2015

Walked through Beiling park into this very nice Mausoleum. This was my first visit to China and I was very impressed with these constructions.

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Thank taarhaug
Singapore, Singapore
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129 reviews
35 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 85 helpful votes
Reviewed 21 October 2015

Not just a park for botany but with much history behind it. Bit expensive the the entrance fees but worth a visit.

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Thank wreckit
Taiwan
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84 reviews
45 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 14 helpful votes
Reviewed 8 September 2015

To free and easy traveler, it would be nice to go there before tourist group coming in. There is a beautiful park with a lake, would be a nice place to walk or even go for jogging in the early morning time. No much special as a emperor tomb, there are so many now in China. The entrance ticket is... More 

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Singapore, Singapore
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 75 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 July 2015 via mobile

This is the final resting place for Qing Dynasty's second Emperor Hong Taiji and his Empress. Construction of the mausoleum began in 1643 and was completed after 8 years.  It is also one of the best preserved imperial mausoleums of China.  Given the historical value, the entrance fee of CNY50 is well worth it.

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Thank NSEL
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40 reviews
17 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 12 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 June 2015 via mobile

The place is indeed beautiful, there is no question about it. But we felt appalled by how Chinese treat their own cultural treasures. We saw a child taking a crap on one of the gardens inside the mausoleum... I understand that peeing and pooping on the streets of China is a normal standard for Chinese, yet this was a bit... More 

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84 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 32 helpful votes
Reviewed 6 May 2015 via mobile

After all the hustle and bustle of the city, entering Beijing Park and heading towards the Mausoleum is a step away from it all. You get a real feeling of peace as you wander through the Mausoleum. For the age of the structures they are well preserved and it is not crowded at all.

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Chengdu, China
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1,132 reviews
660 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 1 February 2015

This was the second of the imperial tombs we had seen (the first being the Xiaoling Mausoleum near Nanjing) and we were again very impressed.This is a great place not only to get a sense of the grandeur of imperial China, but also to appreciate the history of the Qing Dynasty, during which time some upstart Manchus from China's Northeast... More 

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california
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366 reviews
183 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 138 helpful votes
Reviewed 24 January 2015

This Mausoleum contains burial structures of the 2nd Ching Dynasty emperor but unfortunately, it is not well maintained. The gateway entering this mausoleum is held up by 4 supporting beams on the front and back to prevent this gateway from toppling. The path lined with burial stone animals have overhanging tree branches covering part of the stone animal so that... More 

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