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Far more interesting than the pagoda's are the gardens and the various Buddhist monastery temples... read more

Reviewed March 26, 2015
BobBonHere
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Lytham St Anne's, United Kingdom
Scenic temple worth a detour but disgusting toilets

Wonderful views , the Taoist temple if you go upstairs, be prepared to 'donate'couple of rmbs for... read more

Reviewed May 11, 2012
globalgal444
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Sydney, Australia
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11 May 2014
“Nice view”
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Reviewed March 26, 2015

Far more interesting than the pagoda's are the gardens and the various Buddhist monastery temples that stretch from the top of the hill to the pagodas towards the bottom. Unless you are really fit or have lots of time it's certainly worth taking the ‘golf...More

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Reviewed May 11, 2014

It's a little long walk up. I get lost on the way but if you follow the stairs, should be okay. The view up is nice, nothing really special compare to other mountains. You just see many trees.

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Reviewed May 11, 2012

Wonderful views , the Taoist temple if you go upstairs, be prepared to 'donate'couple of rmbs for an incense offering. There are old ladies ? Temple keepers who stuff incense in your hands and get you to make an offering. If you pay couple of...More

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Reviewed October 31, 2011

This is authentic but not really in operation. China is officially atheist so don't expect to see the real McCoy. There are still Buddhist monks but not all temples are being used for worship.

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