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Jiuhua Mountain

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Even the ride was pleasant

We had hiked up Huangshan the day before and relaxed in the springs at night and then it was on to... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2017
Daniel A
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Beijing, China
A glorious sight--the temples, the people, the mountains

So much to see, to marvel at. The nature, the mountains and fog. The temples. The labourers, the... read more

Reviewed December 26, 2016
Hikergrandma_ca
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Niagara Falls, Canada
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30 Apr 2017
“Even the ride was pleasant”
26 Dec 2016
“A glorious sight--the temples, the people, the mountains”
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Changgan East Road, Tunxi District, Huangshan 245001, China
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Reviewed April 30, 2017

We had hiked up Huangshan the day before and relaxed in the springs at night and then it was on to Jiuhua Mountain. We thoroughly enjoyed the ride there as it was so picturesque. The Buddhist temple was an amazing place and felt so sacred....More

3  Thank Daniel A
Reviewed December 26, 2016

So much to see, to marvel at. The nature, the mountains and fog. The temples. The labourers, the monks and nuns. And all the Chinese tourists thrilled to be at this sacred Buddhist sight. It is a hubbub of tourist shops, magical scenery, somber worship...More

2  Thank Hikergrandma_ca
Reviewed September 16, 2016

Nature lover should go to this place, very nice with fresh air and greenery. It was mist like rain and mild cloud during my visit. Enjoy the natural beauty

2  Thank Cerina27
Reviewed August 19, 2015

In Chinese Buddhism, there are four grand Bodhisattvas, each resides in a sacred mountain. Legend goes that Jiuhua has been the residence to Ksitigarbha, the Bodhisattva of earth. The other three mountains are: Putuo in Zhejiang, Emei in Sichuan and Wutai in Shanxi. Despite its...More

3  Thank tensaisimon
Reviewed August 16, 2015

We took a tour bus to Mt. Jiuhua. It is a sacred mountain with Buddhist temples, learning center for Buddhism, and more. Tourist dollars help to support the temples. It is a lovely ride up into the mountains with gorgeous scenic views along the way...More

1  Thank epuya
Reviewed January 17, 2015

That is the best place where I have been in China. The Nature, the sky the clouds all around. Long trip be prepared, take some water with You. Length of the trip 4-5hours but actually much longer up to 6-7hrs

3  Thank AlexM27
Reviewed June 27, 2013

This is any interesting and holy place. It has some interesting temples and the tram ride to the top is worth it for the view alone.

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