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Famous buddhism tourist attraction in Nantong. It is more of a hill that takes about 20 mins to make it to the top where open view of the Yangtze River can be enjoyed. The main buddhism temple sits on the top of the hill as...More
This is a beautiful spot and like so many Chinese mountains has well formed pathways, a pretty Temple and gardens. Ohhhhh and a cable car of course if you prefer to het up to the top fast. It's definitely worth a visit.
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Lang Shan mountain offers a nice hike with small kids on a comfortable sunny day. A perfect combination of serenity, city views and Yangtze River views. Definitely worth a visit if you are around in Nantong.
You have GOT to get here if you are close to Nantong. It was a temple and monastery from the 14th century that now operates as a tourist center and prayer center.
There are lots of local tourists walking in the park and up the...More
The mountain is easy to hike up as all paths are paved. There are two different trams that cost 50 RMB that you can take up and down the mountainside. The top of the mountain features a old temple with beautiful Buddhist displays and a...More
Even the locals will tell you to go to Wolf Mountain, and it does offer a lovely unobstructed view of Nantong (provided the air is clear). But I preferred JunShan--a prettier view, a quieter temple, and even an old observatory. Wolf Mountain has too many...More