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A challenging three night winter hike

Staying with family in Xiamen, we asked friends and acquaintances to recommend a good choice for a... read more

Reviewed 16 January 2018
marloweNYC
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New York City, New York
Nice nature

I have been there several times, all with different friends. The mountain is the tallest one in... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2015
XMontheroad
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Jan 15, 2018
“A challenging three night winter hike”
Jul 10, 2015
“Nice nature”
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Reviewed 16 January 2018

Staying with family in Xiamen, we asked friends and acquaintances to recommend a good choice for a family hike. Several suggested Wugong Mountain -- which is about five hours away from Xiamen by high speed train. We spent four days and three nights hiking the...More

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Reviewed 11 July 2015

I have been there several times, all with different friends. The mountain is the tallest one in that area, and has different plant on different altitude range. It's not a well developed mountain, which makes it very original and less busy as the other attractions.

2  Thank XMontheroad
Reviewed 3 December 2013

wugong mountain has the most beautiful and unique meadow views in the moutains in the southeast of China. During May and June in a year, the grass grows and the mountains turn to totally green. it's fortunate if you can see the sea of clouds...More

2  Thank xiaofeng z
Reviewed 30 May 2012

TripAdvisor needs to realize that nobody on the mainland uses the outdated British transliteration "Wu-kung" just as they don't use Peking or Mao Tse-Tung. Put the Chinese name on here please (武功山)!!! It took me two weeks to realize that this was called Wu-kung mountain...More

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