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Maiji Mountain is in the top of my list of places visited in China. The place is completely off the tourist track and not that many westerners have made their way to this magical place. It is a bit out of the way however if...More
After 45mins' bus ride from our hotel, we arrived at the mountain area, and boy, was I impressed! I've only seen pictures of the place but to be at the actual site and see up-close with my own eyes, wow! You walk up the sloping...More
The mountain is noted for its caves, Maiji Grottoes. One hour or so away from the city, we took a nap on the way for our later climb at the mountain.
After entering the main entrance, we took a buggy car to the mountain feet...More
One of my prized memories from living and studying in China was my trip to Maiji Mountain. It's a very old place, with construction dating back to the 4th and 5th century AD.
Over all these years, the Buddhist monks carved out over 1,000 square...More
A series of walkways criss-cross the mountain giving you access to all the caves and grottoes. Be warned, there are a lot of stairs, no wheelchair access, no toilets once you're on the wall and kids will tire quickly, but it's worth the effort.