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Moganshan Town, Deqing County 313200, China
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Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

Moganshan is about 4 hours by driving from Shanghai. If you are looking for a quiet place to get away from the busyness of city life, you can consider this place. It is mountainous and scenic. There are hiking trails that you can take. Lodging...More

Thank Stephen C
Reviewed 18 November 2017

This small town is unknown to foreign tourist although many locals are flocking there by bus loads, especially students on day study trips. A great place for relaxation, hiking, chill out. Lush bamboo forests with stone villas built in the 1900s. This is the filming...More

1  Thank susantN8524LZ
Reviewed 14 November 2017

As we have done much walking in China, this time we took a bus up to top area and walked down. Great views of mountains, pagodas, waterfalls. Walked through random villages with wildlife and domestic creatures running around. Walked on thin suspension bridges. A look...More

Thank TravelQ6492QE
Reviewed 11 November 2017

Mogan Mountain (莫干山, also known as Moganshan) is located in the northwest of Zhejiang. According to legend, during the Spring and Autumn (春秋時代, 770- 476 BC), Emperor Wu asked sword smith Gan Jiang and his wife Mo Ye to cast a pair of swords in...More

2  Thank jameshuang
Reviewed 7 October 2017 via mobile

We were there in golden week so as you can imagine there was a big queue of cars. You have to be careful because at so,e point there was hours of queue as accessibility is limited. The hike is nice all the way inside bamboo...More

Thank Pablo_Ir
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

Moganshan is a very nice area, pretty silent if you are taking the old ways, nobody is going. It's a little of a hike to get through the small paths sometimes but very enjoyable and a good weekend escape from shanghai! Worth a visit!

Thank Marco100192
Reviewed 11 September 2017

a lot of small paths , some on dirt some on rocky stairs , a lot of green and trees , also quite a lot of people , if you go be ready to walk.

Thank yvesdemaria
Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

Beautiful bamboo forest. Be prepared for some exercise hiking the area. Enjoyed the trip very much. Recommend to wake up early ~4am for early sunrise photo shoot, which I regretfully missed.

Thank kocheah
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

I went here alone, very easy to get to from Shanghai by train. Stay at the top of the mountain for easy access to scenic spots, it is also cooler than at the bottom (although in summer, it was still very wam). Usually I book...More

2  Thank wandering_dive_geek
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

Went to the landrover experience here. The views amazing a must see for all ages at the Naked resort. Cycling and hiking on offer really great for couples and families.

1  Thank Sarah Jayne G
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Response from wandering_dive_geek | Reviewed this property |
In addition to my earlier post, if you don't use Didi app, there are lots of taxi outside the station when I got there.