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We were all sweaty by the time we reached the top of Moonhill. Once you get there, you can go off track and climb even a little bit higher. As long as the weather is dry, it is perfectly save and you will get an...More
I saw this several years ago as part of an all Chinese internal holiday package where I was the only westerner on it (bugger when you don't speak any Chinese though). A huge and quite symmetrical natural hole right through the massive hill, was well...More
If you are ready for lots of stairs this place is worth going for the view. Entrance is 11 yen and worth it. It is a long climb to the top but the views are AMAZING. The stairs are in quite a bad state towards...More
Rode here from Yang Shuo. The hawkers are not as bad as others make out (by international standards), they are persistent but a polite 'bu yao'does the trick until they ask again in 5 minutes. Defintely walk up, might take 25mins to the top if...More
We rode our bikes here from our hotel. This is a great way to go, easy parking too. The hike is not long but it is steep with stairs most of the way. There are many benches to rest on the whole way up. There...More
Did not actually pay the entrance fee to hike the hill. I wasn’t that keen to hike 1 hour uphill
Quite an interesting sight regardless and I would stop for a photo if in the area.
Suggestion : eat at Moon Hill Cafe located next...More
it is about a 15-20 minute walk up the stairs to reach the moon (whole in the rock). if you walk a little further you will have a beautiful view of the whole surroundings which I enjoyed more than the moon rock itself.
Good step training, 900 up and 900 down. Envairoment was okay for those who's condition are average. It's not so hard to walk up or down , but if one have something problem with knees or hips, maybe no go item? But when you get...More
Entrance fee is 11 yuan. After 20-30 minutes of walking up the hill, you pass through the arch and reach the top platform on the other side.
The stairs are in good condition, but it seems they would be slippery on a wet day.
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We did the bike ride along the banks of the nearby river and ended up at the cafe at the foot of Moon Hill. The bike ride was comfortable with not many hills to climb and I found it relatively easy and I am a 71 year old... More
We did the bike ride along the banks of the nearby river and ended up at the cafe at the foot of Moon Hill. The bike ride was comfortable with not many hills to climb and I found it relatively easy and I am a 71 year old guy. The distance we covered was around 15/20 Kilometres but the bike ride was beautiful.
The walk up to the top of Moon Hill is not what I would call an easy stroll but neither is it too difficult. There are steps that take you to the top and the views, once you reach the top, are lovely. It is well worth the effort and there are places where you can stop to catch your breath if needed. Enjoy your trip. I'm jealous.
I never saw a glass water bottle my entire trip, there are sealed plastic water bottles everywhere in china. I was in the country for 2 weeks and had the local water in teas and coffees and it is safe. I wouldn't drink river... More
I never saw a glass water bottle my entire trip, there are sealed plastic water bottles everywhere in china. I was in the country for 2 weeks and had the local water in teas and coffees and it is safe. I wouldn't drink river water but regular water is just as safe as where I live in florida.