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Jiuhuashan (Mountain of Nine Lotuses)

Qingyang County, Chizhou, China
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Weekday visits are best

One of China's four sacred mountains, a rustic and scenic spot from which to take in views of the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
TheloniousRinpoche
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Suzhou, China
Very nice trip

We came to chizhou to attend a wedding and went to visit some places arround, it is one of the... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
Claudya P
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Orlando, Florida
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Considered on of the four most important Buddhist Mountains in China, this picturesque area is characterized by many dramatic ridges, peaks, gushing fountains and roaring waterfalls.
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  • Terrible0%
2 days ago
“Weekday visits are best”
10 Jun 2018
“Very nice trip”
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Qingyang County, Chizhou, China
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Reviewed 2 days ago

One of China's four sacred mountains, a rustic and scenic spot from which to take in views of the Chinese countryside and modern religious practice. Watch throngs of Chinese citizens line up to buy incense, candles, and other paraphernalia which they use in making offerings...More

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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

We came to chizhou to attend a wedding and went to visit some places arround, it is one of the hidden gems arround here. Really nice to visit this place and learn a bit more about how it was built , how long has been...More

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Reviewed 7 June 2018

I've visited twice since 2008 and still an amazing holy place to visit. Many Buddhist temples here, and the newest place established here is "Great Vow Culture Park" which located at the foot of Jiuhua Mountain that really worth to visit. Try to visit Tiantai...More

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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

A scenic , peace and holy place for Buddhist. Our private tours guide by Jack . Although he is no familiar to this area but he did his best to find us the best local farmer accommodation and best local food cook by the house...More

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Reviewed 5 February 2018

you must be in good shape to make the hike - I took us several hours - but the scenery was quite beautiful along the way, and the view from the top was amazing. we took the cable car down after the walk up!

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Reviewed 22 October 2016

Have been here twice now and it is truly amazing. Huge quantity of Buddhist temples and arguably the most sacred area in China. You will need a couple of days.

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Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

This place is magnificent! Any Buddhist that visit will have a deeper understanding of the path 地藏王菩萨... This is the place where many miracles happened. You have to visit the museum, and walk the trails after taking the cable car. The air is fresh, the...More

2  Thank zhenfeng84
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Reviewed 3 December 2015

We were totally enthralled with the Mountain of Nine Lotuses. It is easy to see why Li Bai (701-762) visited in the mountain and was intoxicated with the fascinating scenery of nine lotuses shaped peaks upon green river. He described the landscape in his poem....More

1  Thank Bruce H
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Reviewed 26 February 2015

This mountain is special place for Buddists. Dizang refused to be a Budda to save people. There are many temples devoted to Dizang not Budda on the peaks. It is nice day walk to climb Baisuigong then walk down to Phoenix pine to take rope...More

1  Thank jhchang
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Reviewed 30 June 2014

I was in this place last weekend (June 28th). The place is amazing, even though it is not a cheap visit. Everything is paid there. Including the vehicle that took me there, I paid 630 yuans. There are several ways to get there (bus, train,...More

3  Thank Carlos_Maciel_16641
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