We were lucky enough to be driven here with friends so I can't speak about how to get there. After seeing Leshan in the morning, we drove to Emeishan. You have to park and then take their bus to the gondola base. About a 45...More
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We hiked up from the bottom to the top of mount Emei. I'll try to give as many details as possible because it's difficult to find the info online. We hiked up in 3 days and on the third day we took the bus down....More
Starting from Leeshan it's a good one day trip, and it's better done on weekdays as this is a major local attraction for Chinese people. Be also prepare to do some walking (no need of special equipment) but just have enough to stay warm and...More
If you go for one day, you will probably take bus as high as possible and then cable way, then look around on top and then the same way back - dont do that, If this place is crowded, then it might take you up...More
I went to E mei Shan with a tour group. I have enjoyed the grand size mountains, the ocean like deep gully, the misty and ever changing air, the sculptures, the steps, the buildings, temples and the huge Buddha. It is absolutely amazing.
Hmm, there's too much to cover so I will put it down in point form: - Lovely views and experience (stop at many temples along the way), that makes the hike worth it. Lots of greenery and nature, feels quite nice and peaceful :) -...More
Great trip for Buddhist visitors to witness the grandness of the Puxian Pu Sa Bodhisattva on the summit of Mount Emei and have a pray in the beautiful golden summit temple. But for non Buddhist visitors, I think you will be slightly underwhelmed because its...More
So, this was actually my third visit to Mt. Emei, and I've been fortunate enough to try a couple of different ways to the summit and the golden temple. (Including the ~40km walk up from the Wuxian-Gang Park stop.) It's recommended to bring comfortable clothes-...More
We spent almost 500 RMB per person just for a visit Mount Emei. This including the cable car, shuttle bas and the entrance tickets for the temples. Mount Emei was just a mount with multiple temple in it.. if you're not interested with the temple/...More