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Our trip to Shandong took us to Mount Tai, it was billed as one of the highlights of our trip, and, as it turned out, it was THE highlight of our visit to the North.
We were there bright and early, as our tour guide...More
it would take probably a whole day or more to fully explore the place. Climbed up to the mid-point and by which time I was truly exhausted. Many cable rides about different parts of the mountain. Make sure you know where you're going as they...More
This famous place, on the back of the 5 yuan bill, attracts Chinese people by the millions to a place people have said has a sacred feel for over three thousand years. It's a long bus or train ride from Yantai or Beijing and a...More
fantastic, very great experience with the chinese on the way to Tao..
amazing sunrise above the clouds with a beatiful bronze shining of yellow river..
Even though only local hotels there, you must try , its worth..
dont worry there is a cable-car transportation (06:00...More
It was my second time visiting Mount Tai after eight years. Compared to the first time walking from middle heaven gate to top, I took the tele cabine instead. My friend, a Swiss guy, took only two hours running from the bottom of red gate...More
Mountain Tai (泰山) is one of the Five Great Mountains. Since ancient times, Mount Tai has been recognized as a sacred Mountain and held the honor as "Most respected of the Five Great Mountains". The other four are Mount Hua (華山), Mount Song (嵩山), Mount...More
It wasn't very difficult to reach the top if you take a bus to mid way up and take a cable car to arrive at the station on top. The last climb was a few hundred steps but with well laid steps it wasn't a...More
We climbed Tai Shan via the central route, which took us around 3 hours.
Starting out at Dai Temple, the route first leads you to the edge of the city, into the forest and up the hill. We started early, around 06:30 in the morning...More