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Guishan Park

Near Jingtang, Shangri-La County, China
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The prayer wheel is a must.

Seeing the largest prayer wheel in the country up close and personal was great. It is absolutely... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Lewes, United Kingdom
Visit during the day and at night

This is in the centre of the old town and definitely worth a visit while in Shangri-La. It has a... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Suzhou, China
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Near Jingtang, Shangri-La County, China

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Seeing the largest prayer wheel in the country up close and personal was great. It is absolutely huge and takes at least 4/5 people to turn. The adjacent temple was also very interesting and with both attractions being so close to town they are worth...More

Thank alannsarah
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is in the centre of the old town and definitely worth a visit while in Shangri-La. It has a great view of the old town from the top and also looks great when lit up at night. Our family enjoyed turning the big prayer...More

Thank OzIntrepidTraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is worth a visit, it is free despite what some people believe and it has one of the biggest prayer wheels that I have seen. The gardens are quite impressive and it is very picturesque at night with changing illuminations, nice. Also, locals dance...More

Thank Notdunroaming
Reviewed 29 August 2017

View is very nice, and the temple is also ok, you can enjoy - on the other hand, this big praying wheel is kind of kitsch. Inside the temple, you will meet a monk who asks for your money - there is not entrance fee...More

Thank Patrik B
Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

It's one of the few spots in China for which you don't have to pay entrance fee :) its in the middle of the town so you will come by eventually. When entering the temple itself you have to buy incense apparently, which we refused...More

Thank Sjakie S
Reviewed 25 July 2017

This is definitely is worth visiting in Shangrila as it can easily be visited within 30 mins. The walk to the top for us was easy about 5 mins, however some people did seem to struggle to breath. Once at the top the view was...More

Thank Ollie H
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Basically a combination of chinese temple and Tibetan prayer wheel. bit of a climb to the top - 250 steps- but be rewarded with a nice view and cool breeze. The HUGE Tibetan prayer wheel is fenced off so you can't actually touch it. not...More

Thank Chrisneoh69
Reviewed 5 June 2017 via mobile

This place is easy to find when walking around Dukezong Old Town. There are a few stairs you have to climb to get to the top, but the views are nice and the temples really interesting to explore! No entrance fee.

Thank ana-marialungu
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Guishan Park was a wonderful short stop. The village is being rebuilt after devestating fires however for the shopper it is well worth the visit.

Thank coxmdm
Reviewed 6 May 2017

It is beautiful and special. It takes 8 to 10 people to move the wheel. However, it will bring good luck to you if you have turned clockwise three times.

Thank Felix3105
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