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This place is hige which involves lots of walking. Suggest to get a tour guide & private car to get to this place.
Dr Sun Yat Sun mausoleum had a great view of nanjing which is rewarding at the end of your walk.
We visited the Purple Mountain park today and we believe it might be a bit overrated. I believe it is because we were finishing our tour around key Chinese cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Wuzhen so Nanjing was the last one on our way. After...More
I took a cable car up, the view would be nice, but the smog made it kind of depressing. We were trying to find places of interest with the map on the top (Chinese only), but going downstairs, taking the one path, we didn't see...More
if the stairs at the great wall werent enough the previous week, we had to visit the purple mountain. there had to be about 400 steps up to the top but it was a great view. To get there make sure you take a didi,...More
This place is eco friendly and very good for get a better view of Nanjing Town.
It has memorable history for Chinese that never happened again.
The place is well maintain by management.
Recommended to visit in the morning or everything.
After spending the day walking so much I have to admit the sight of all of those stairs was disheartening hahaha. I let my husband walk up them and take photos for me. It was a very impressive view from the bottom and the top.
Located on the east side of the city, it houses many historic sites and monuments. Lush green with natural beauty, you can enjoy here for long. You can reach top where Sun Yat Sen mausoleum is located. Be ready for long walk to enjoy flora...More
At the top of a forboding array of stairs that would make Rocky cry lies the tomb of Sun Yat Sen. (described by someone to me as the ‘George Washington’ of China) I was fortunate enough to be here in November so the weather was...More
it was a sunny day. Many tours were there from school especially. Many other visitors were also enjoying the weather and especially everyone was enjoying to climbing the stairs going towards the statue of Dr. Sun Yat son. Overall it was a good day.