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US$30.00*
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1 Day Yangshuo Countryside Moderate Cycling Private Tour
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US$66.00*
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Private 5-Hour Bike Tour of Yangshuo Countryside
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8 km from Yangshuo, Yangshuo County, China
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Just need to climb up proper steps. There are railings on some of the steps. 20 minutes climb and about 1 hour if you are not too fit. The view on top is decent enough. RMB$8 for a coke at the peak. The old ladies...More

Thank puffyeye
Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely recommended. Stunning views from the top. The walk is not too bad - 20 mins if you're quite fit. All uphill, obviously, would be challenging on a hot day, but it was quite cool when I went. Note - unlike most places in China,...More

Thank jdg90
Reviewed 1 week ago

Hike was very steep and took about 1 hour to complete. It was chucking it down with rain which made the floor slippery. However when you get to the top there is beautiful views, make sure you head up further when you think its the...More

Thank Claire B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fun climb but be prepared for 30 minutes of uphill and stair climbing. Between that and the heat and humidity you will sweat profusely. The view from the top is very nice and worth seeing. There are ladies that sell drinks at the bottom and...More

Thank TravelBrianCO
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We bikes to the moon hill and went up there. It was really hot and a bit hard as well, so remember to bring water or buy something at the bottom or top by Chinese ladies. The view was really good and there are the...More

Thank Rasmus C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A steep series of marble stairs taking you 200m vertically up to a spectacular circular hole in the highest Karst in the area. At RMB14 per person it's worth the hard work for both the sense of accomplishment and the views out towards the Yulong...More

Thank Stephen W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its worth the climb up for the amazing view across the whole Yulong and Li River landscape - IF IT'S DRY. Other have said it - the walk down is really slippery in rain, as the steps often slant downwards. Handrails are there for only...More

Thank pl0gan
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Going up with 800 steps into the Woods, you get to the center of the hole of touring which offers a refreshing panorama.

Thank MauroCogno
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We were not expected to jump on Moon Hill but given our Li River cruise was cancelled, our guide proposed this walk as one of the alternative activities. It was actually quite worth to go. From top you can see a nice landscape and it...More

Thank Giacomo C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Get ready to climb and climb! There were so many steps! It feels never ending at times but push on because the view at the top is totally worth the sweat!

Thank Keru N
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Laurie L
20 March 2017|
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Response from TCMunners | Reviewed this property |
A nice bike ride- easy enough if you go at your own pace and stop to soak up the views and culture. The walk up Moon Hill is okay - plenty of places to stop for a breather. Take some water with you. The views are worth it
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nmlund
5 May 2016|
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Response from Suzan D | Reviewed this property |
I never saw a glass water bottle my entire trip, there are sealed plastic water bottles everywhere in china. I was in the country for 2 weeks and had the local water in teas and coffees and it is safe. I wouldn't drink river... More
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