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Chinese nature - and Chinese tourist culture

The scenery is beautiful but on a Saturday the place was rather crowded. The glass bridge was... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
AndersBB
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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Beautiful nature + Glass bridge

We went by bus which was a long ride, but would absolutely do it again. Nice place to spend the day... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
LarissaP144
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The scenery is beautiful but on a Saturday the place was rather crowded. The glass bridge was equipped with a sound effect which took away the serenity of the place.
We took a Didi for 5 persons at 250RMB, but had to take the public bus back as no large car was available, which was no problem.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went by bus which was a long ride, but would absolutely do it again. Nice place to spend the day with the family. Choose to go early in the morning and avoid Chinese holidays because it will be packed. You cannot swim in most waterfalls. We were only allowed to swim on the last lake where most people don’t go because the hike is longer. The glass bridge is really nice, but you have to pay for another ticket because it is not included on the ticket of the main park entrance.

Thank LarissaP144
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Reviewed 17 August 2018

Wish I went earlier because you can spend a lot of time there. Spent the day hiking, swimming and picnicking. The trails, pools and waterfalls are stunningly beautiful and luckily it wasn't too busy (early August)
The staff said that the last bus back to the city is at 17h but they were wrong. Please check it yourself

1  Thank itwasmeallalong
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Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

Beautiful scenic spots. Have to have good condition as you have to climb a lot. Clear water and clean area. Entrance is 40 rmb.

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Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

If you are in Ningbo this is a long trip but worth it. The 638 will take you there (very cheap). Simply stay on until the bus finally stops at the small bus station at the end of line. The scenic park is a short walk away. There is cost to go in but it really is good value.

Once inside you get a real reminder of greenery and breathable air. This is a welcome contrast to the sometimes grimy conditions in the bustling city.

Fully recommend the pathway to the top (although there is a minibus that will take you about half way up for a fee). On the way take in the mountain scenery and listen to the waterfalls. The 'Dragon ' pools have their own legends to be discovered.

There are places to buy snacks and drinks but probably better to bring your own. However don't overload - there a a few very steep steps!

Catch the same bus back and enjoy sitting with the locals and reflecting on the outlying villages before returning to the city streets once more. The 638 will take about an hour and a half to the end of its journey - Ningbo railway station and south bus terminal. Ideal for connections to other parts of the city. A long day but worth it and it will boost your fitness as well!

5  Thank ConstantBilly
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Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

The mountains and scenery were really nice to see. The water is so clean and clear. So many steps to walk up so if your not physically able then it will be tough.

Thank Marco R
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Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

None of my local friends had even been here but I found it on tripadvisor and came. It's a nice mostly shaded walk by a lot of waterfalls. If you go, make sure you climb all the way to the tea house and shrine at the top for the best view. 3 hours was plenty to go all the way up and back, but I decided to walk up the road way past the tourist area and also enjoyed the peacefulness away from everyone else. A ticket is 50rmb for an adult, but for some reason they only charged me 25 and gave me a child's ticket. 10rmb to park in the lot, but you can probably park for free on the street in the few blocks before you get there. Worth a visit, especially to escape the pollution of the city.

1  Thank Kristalyn O
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Reviewed 5 March 2016

An absolutely perfect escape from the city, although I've heard it gets crowded at peak times. If you want to go to the top it's a fairly arduous walk when the weather is hot but it is so worth it.
There are places to buy food and drink on the way up though i would warn that the bbq spot is 45kuai per person for about 15kuai of food. Water is also very overpriced- they're really playing the tourist game as it is also 50kuai to enter the park.
There is a bus that will take you to Ningbo train station but I think the last one is at 16.30 so just be aware of timing!

Thank Emily R
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Reviewed 9 September 2015

Less than an hour outside of Ningbo this is an area of 5 stunning waterfalls and a beautiful river walk. A bit too hot in the summer it best to visit in spring or autumn.

Thank KUK34
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Reviewed 29 July 2015

We went for a hike in the mountains and also saw the waterfalls and ponds. Beautiful nature, and nice paths to walk on. It is a little difficult to get there, but bus 638, leaving at the city centre will take you there. It will take you 1.5 hour single trip.The prize with the bus is 4 yuan. The last bus will leave at 4.30 at the bus stop when you leave the mountains.

1  Thank 491max
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