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Lushan Waterfalls, Jiujiang

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Admired for a thousand years and sung about in many poems, Lushan Waterfalls dazzles as a complex of three-tier cascades in Lushan National Park, a World Heritage Site. Hidden in a deep gully, a total of 22 waterfalls, 18 rapids, and 14 ponds drop from Mount Lu’s Wulao peak, hitting craggy rocks and cliffs 155 m (508 ft) below in three sections, producing foam, mist, and a spectacular roar. Take a cable car and walk some 1,500 steps to reach the top observation spot, then start descending. The longest and biggest is the waterfall’s third tier, with a wide cascade falling from the high cliff. Make Lushan Waterfalls part of your personalized Jiujiang itinerary using our Jiujiang vacation generator.
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  • Lushan mountain waterfalls, towering underwater, down, spectacular beauty, that's something to see. Lushan is not short of water, when the rainy season is especially abundant. Waterfall is like a dragon, pouring down from the mountains and flow, really beautiful.
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  • Lushan falls are spectacular, very shocking, and there are a lot of people go to see, especially when holidays, too many people, it is recommended that normal weekend, falls generally from the hotel quite late, but it's still worth a look.
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  • There are many waterfalls in Lushan, and my review is about the Three-tier Waterfall, San (rhymes with "done") Die (pronounced Dee-Air) Quan (Q is pronounced like Ch in "cheek", and "uan" is pronounce...  more »

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Where to stay in Jiujiang

In Jiujiang proper, the greatest concentration of accommodations lies in the north of the city, on the southern bank of the Yangtze River. Primarily consisting of high-rise hotels and guesthouses, the offerings include luxury establishments with river views and additional amenities, as well as some budget-friendly fare. Many visitors opt to stay outside of Jiujiang, basing themselves in the wider county area--Lushan mountain to the south, for example, boasts a number of holiday villas, resorts, and hotels.
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