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Tai chi mountain

You are visiting a Chinese temple so be aware of what to expect. UNESCO status aside there are... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gidon J
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Over 1000 years of Taoist history

This was a side trip from Wuhan. Upon arrival at Wudangshan Airport which is about 28km by the old... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
emster2029
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A famous Taoist mountain contains relics and buildings from the 7th century.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You are visiting a Chinese temple so be aware of what to expect. UNESCO status aside there are plenty of new looking buildings and tourist touts selling trinkets everywhere. But if you don’t mind that this place is a really beautiful day trip from Shiyan...More

Thank Gidon J
Reviewed 9 September 2017

This was a side trip from Wuhan. Upon arrival at Wudangshan Airport which is about 28km by the old road G209, the bus took us to the Wudangshan town, in about an hour, going thru all the towns. This bus will come to pick up...More

3  Thank emster2029
Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

Mountain of Wudangshan Dotted with Taoist temples, cradle of tai chi and the Taoist martial arts. Now a national park. The monasteries such as the Wudang Garden were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Easy to arrive by flying to the Shiyan Wudangshan...More

2  Thank nuthurralt
Reviewed 6 April 2017

Our visit to Wudangshan was the highlight of our recent trip to China. We had great weather the first day at our first stop - the Purple Cloud Temple - but not enough time as it was late in the day and the buses stop...More

3  Thank Geolorenzo
Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Once you entered the Mt Wudang scenic area, you get around using the buses in the area. The buses inside are free. There are four main attractions 太子坡 Prince Hill 紫宵宮 Purple Heavenly Temple 南岩 Southern Cliff 金頂 Golden Summit The bus final terminal is...More

3  Thank Oxon93
Reviewed 19 January 2017

Home to a famous complex of Taoist temples and monasteries associated with the god Xuan Wu. The Wudang Mountains are renowned for the practice of Taichi and Taoism as the Taoist counterpart to the Shaolin Monastery, which is affiliated with Chinese Chán Buddhism. - wikipedia

1  Thank Stacy M
Reviewed 10 August 2016

I had my preconceptions heading to Wudangshan. Mainly I was concerned with over-commercialization of the place alike something that was done to the Shaolin monastery, which has turned from stuff of childhood dreams to a souvenir supermarket. It wasn't as bad though. The most annoying...More

3  Thank Cheburek
Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

I hiked up the western trail of Wudang Mountain with a large group of adults and children. It was extremely dangerous with many sheer drops of ten to twenty metres and very slippery and narrow paths. Many people slipped and fell. There were hundreds of...More

4  Thank BC V
Reviewed 21 July 2016

My friend and I joined a tour in HK to make a 5 day tour to visit the famous Wu Dang Mountain. I used to consider that those mountains in our homeland were more charm than those in other countries. Our tour included a 3-night-stay...More

1  Thank lorettalau
Reviewed 26 March 2016

It was a fabulous experience to be in Shiyan from February 20 to March 3.. I stayed in Wudangshan Jiangou Hotel a great location, the food was superb, only few people speak english... We went to the Golden Temple situated at the top of Tianzhu...More

1  Thank Juan Manuel M
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We did not stay overnight there.
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Response from Yohana R | Reviewed this property |
As far as I'm concerned, there is no commercial hotel on top of Wudang Mountain. However, there are plenty of hotels and shops along the road on the hillside. The one I could recommend is Taichi Hotel, recently renovated and... More
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