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Fule Mountain

Fuweng Street, Youxian District, Mianyang 622150, China
+86 816 223 7363
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Tranquility and Culture

Went to Fule Mountain by myself on a sunny afternoon Bus No. 58 literally get you there - just one... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2017
Calgary, Canada
Lovely Park and Temple

Stayed at the hotel next to the park and went for a stroll. It was end of March so the trees were... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2017
Scotch Plains, NJ
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Fuweng Street, Youxian District, Mianyang 622150, China
+86 816 223 7363
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Reviewed 28 May 2017

Went to Fule Mountain by myself on a sunny afternoon Bus No. 58 literally get you there - just one bridge away The stairs at the front gate was intimidating, but if your feet are not what they used to be, just turn left, and...More

Thank Y C
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Stayed at the hotel next to the park and went for a stroll. It was end of March so the trees were in bloom and flowers planted so it was quite pretty. Although I could not go into the temple, it was pretty enough to...More

Thank Mare1208
Reviewed 20 July 2016

It is probably best to walk to the top of the mountain. This will allow you to enjoy the sights along the way. These sights include a beautiful lake, and the stone tablets. On a clear day you will have views of the city, and...More

1  Thank albir60
Reviewed 30 August 2015 via mobile

The day my friends invited me to climb the Fule Mountain I was not feeling well and tired after a very hard week at the office. My plan for the Sunday was to sleep tight andcwatch TV or surfing Facebook. However, I did decide to...More

Thank jfjlawai
Reviewed 12 April 2015

Pros: It's small enough to walk around it in an hours time, you can view the city from the top of the pagoda. In spring time there are lots of colorful flower displays. Cons: it's not a destination, the snack/tea shops do not clean up...More

Thank travelclam
Reviewed 14 January 2015

That sums it up I'd say! It's a nice park (it's huge, there is also a ZOO which I didn't visit, and a big slide which I didn't try), where you can enjoy a cup of tea and game of majiang on a nice day,...More

1  Thank RenataM893
Reviewed 26 November 2013

it is one of the places you can go in Mianyang,and given the fact that this place presents the long history of Mianayang back to the Three Kingdoms and if you know Chinese ancient history,it would be very interesting stories behind you could explore. you...More

Thank leivicky_008
Reviewed 8 September 2013

I was here on business staying in the hotel on top of the mountain and had some spare time so we walked down here and had a stroll. Pretty much everything is in Chinese, but luckily for us we had a Chinese colleague with us...More

Thank CuriousSwede
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15 August 2016|
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Response from albir60 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Carol, I am sure that you will find that the locals there are very friendly, and will want to chat with you. So, my advice would be to take a good Chinese phrase book. If you really want to make friends you should... More