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Mt. Emei Natural Ecology Monkey Reserve

#2 of 74 things to do in Emeishan Features Animals
Emeishan Mountain, Emeishan 614200, China
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Monkeys everywhere

There are monkeys everywhere about have way up the mountains and in particular around Wannian... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
GYmusicLover
Hiking Mt Emei

To reach Mt Emei, one can take a bus from Xin Nan Men Station of Chengdu. The journey took about 2... read more

Reviewed 8 December 2016
andr_mo
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Emeishan Mountain, Emeishan 614200, China

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Reviewed 2 May 2017

There are monkeys everywhere about have way up the mountains and in particular around Wannian Temple so you do not really need to make a special trip to the Monkey Reserve unless you are dead keen. Heed the advice of the seasoned travellers and buy...More

Thank GYmusicLover
Reviewed 8 December 2016

To reach Mt Emei, one can take a bus from Xin Nan Men Station of Chengdu. The journey took about 2 hours. The Entrance fee is about 190RMB per pax. There are many budget hotel and homestay around. We stayed near QingYinPing Lake for a...More

Thank andr_mo
Reviewed 12 November 2016

I felt very intimidated by the monkeys. They looked menacing and were grabbing any bags that people were holding, food or not. If you go zip everything away.

Thank Annette H
Reviewed 28 October 2016

Yes you will see the Macaques up close and not necessarily friendly - the press of people is too great to enjoy the experience and the locals simply do not understand that wild animals should not be given water bottles and human food - personally...More

Thank DTG59
Reviewed 13 October 2016

On my way up Mount Emi, I was surprised to find the monkeys, they are so cheeky, trying to steal food from visitors. Lovely to see though.

Thank highlander9122
Reviewed 25 August 2016

I did this trek with my partner. It took us two nights and 2+1/2 days to climb to the "Golden Summit". While reaching the top it is typically foggy, and can't see much in the distance, what you get (the feeling of accomplishment, satisfaction, and...More

Thank sarah w
Reviewed 29 November 2015 via mobile

Stupid mainland tourists have corrupted these monkeys to become used to humans. They are very agressive now and will come to you to try and steal food. They have learned to grab plastic bags and such because they know food is in there. I passed...More

Thank Ian P
Reviewed 24 November 2015

I am from Indonesia and I can see hundreds of monkey without hundreds of people lining up to take picture with the monkeys (Chinese is not famous for making a line, they are going to push and shoulder their way through) The path to the...More

Thank ekoputranto
Reviewed 4 October 2015

Stunning mountain, and monkeys are only a small part of it. My friend and I went as far as we could before the buses took us back to the city. We made our way barely up half the mountain and it was all stunning. The...More

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Reviewed 11 September 2015

Going to Emei mountain, one should also visit Emei Mountain monkey reserve. If you are afraid of monkeys, you shouldn't go there. You also need to remember that you won't be able to pat monkey as they are a little bit agressive, they are afraid...More

Thank Наталия И
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