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This is a great forest park outside of Zhaoqing. You can take the bus 15 from central Zhaoqing to DInghu Town for 4 RMB. We enjoyed it, however, the map supplied by the forest park isn't very accurate and so we ended up missing part...More
Visiting the Buddhist monastery was interesting - the huge bronze cauldrons and the view of the valley made this monastery more interesting. Once inside the monastery the temples resembled other Buddhist monasteries I've visited in India - the other standout is the room of the...More
It's better to go there in the morning as the park works till 7 pm. The ticket costs 62 RMB ( we were there on the 1st of May, so another day it may be different). Take a swimming suit with you as there are...More
The hop-on-hop-off shuttle costs RMB20, but is worth it if you don't want a long walk. Air is fresh, that is where you don't get too close to the temples where incense is burnt. Good photographic spots at the waterfalls.
For jungles lovers an absolutely must. Please follow the street after the entrance gate passing then the Dinghushan Temple and follow your path to the Dinghu lake.
Don't miss out the boat trip to Butterfly peninsula, visit the butterfly farm and do then the most...More
This place is fun and interesting to see but do keep in mind what season your in a the slightest rain and the place goes into hibernation and you may fin your self standing under a souvenir shop waiting 40 mins to 2 housr for...More
This was the first Chinese nature reserve and is very popular, especially during Bank Holidays. It has some excellent views and the temple is worth seeing. The waterfall is certainly worth a visit, although difficult to appreciate it at it's best when the park is...More