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Points of Interest & Landmarks in Huangshan

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  • Pam F
    Sydney, Australia970 contributions
    Our lovely guide Echo took us late afternoon to this old street. Lots of interesting shops and restaurants but quite crowded. Worth a look though.
    Written 1 November 2019
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  • David H
    Union City, CA8,054 contributions
    There are a lot of nice architectures and old buildings in the old village. It could be managed better to avoid the merchants ruining the nature of this ancient village. The moon lake was the place that Li An’s famous movie “crouching tiger, hidden dragon” took several famous shoots. Overall, it’s a nice walking tour and quite relaxed.
    Written 20 November 2018
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  • LG_Kay
    Singapore, Singapore7,488 contributions
    It is a 10 mins hike from Yuping cable car station. This place is crowded with tour groups. There are few food and snacks stalls. A good place for stop over and toilet break. Many tourists are taking selfies and personal photos of the iconic Greeting Pine, which can be seen from the platform down a few steps. Personally, this Greeting Pine is nothing spectacular as pine trees are everywhere. I think the pine trees at Refreshing Terrace and Black Tiger Pine are much more imposing.
    Written 1 October 2018
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  • Isah G
    Lavington, Kenya1 contribution
    It is a very unique and lovely place to visit. If there is fog or clouds it looks like in a fairy tale.
    Written 13 May 2020
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  • David H
    Union City, CA8,054 contributions
    It’s a very obvious palm like peak, near Beihai Hotel. After the raining, mist and fog came and went to make the scene changeable frequently (in seconds) and pretty. There are few spots can view it with different angles. It’s near the entrance, so it tends to get a lot of attention with a lot of tourists.
    Written 15 November 2018
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  • PhotoRAMBLER5
    Zurich, Switzerland229 contributions
    Yuping has some good views and the walk, but is not as stunningly scenic as Xihai grand canyon or Shixin peak.
    Written 17 September 2015
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  • David_Chan_SG
    Singapore, Singapore230 contributions
    I would expect a very big dam but when I first saw it during my visit, I was a little disappointed. However, the scenery there is very beautiful. I went during the dry season, the water level was low. We took picture on the boats and walk long the old street.
    Written 20 March 2014
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  • iamface
    East Sussex, UK1,348 contributions
    Xiong Village was a traditional village with full of architecture of Huizhou style. even not so big but it was so quiet & peace feeling esp for the river. besides, it also getting many interesting stone statue of lion. good for picture
    Written 7 July 2018
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  • Daniel A
    Beijing, China32,963 contributions
    While we were trying to get familiar with Huangshan, I saw many Chinese going into a building. I asked the guide what was the significance of the building and he even said it's just a pavilion and not worth a look. My friends didn't want to check it out but I asked for 5 minutes and went. Yep, it's just a pavilion and maybe worth a stop for Chinese tourists but not for foreigners. Concentrate on getting in the line for the cable car.
    Written 30 April 2017
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