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Mt. Lushan National Park, Jiujiang

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Historic Walking Area Mountain
Mysterious fog covers the most renowned mountains in the country at the UNESCO-protected Mt. Lushan National Park, the spiritual and cultural center of Chinese civilization. See the oval-shaped mountains, highlighted by Dahanyang Peak, which reaches 1,474 m (4,835 ft). Hike the well-marked pathways, with information in English, and enjoy the scenery of steep and spectacular hills, waterfalls, rocks, and grottoes. Important Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian buildings add to the magical ambiance of the mountains, which form part of Lushan National Park. Refresh in the mountaintop village, which offers many restaurants and souvenir shops. Use our Jiujiang trip generator to visit Mt. Lushan National Park on your trip to Jiujiang, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • It was a great trip up to Lushan. I spent 3 nights here and did not manage to do everything. This is a general review of the whole place - I have more detailed reviews in the different attractions whi...  more »
  • Where chinese wrote allot of poems about this place. Its a very famous place for chinese and almost all chinese know about this place as they hear poems.about how beuatiful this place is in the school...  more »
  • Beautiful lake near Gulingzhen. Early morning or late evening is the best time to visit so you can get the wind free views.  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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