Lots of history here, wonder around this massive Pagoda and feel the ways of a bygone age. Massive golden statues look down on you
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They said this is where the first king settle the living after travelling from China, built his mansion and temple surrounded by the karst mountain
A bit of a haul to get there but nice and relaxing when you do. Take good walking shoes, water and an umbrella or wide brim hat for shade. Take the gondola up as the walking path is lined with shops both sides for the...More
Took the 2 hour bus ride to the one hour boat ride to the base of the Perfume Pagoda. Food at the restaurant organised by the tour agency was very so-so - only good for filling stomachs. Cable car up the mountain was short. The...More
This lake needs to be leisurely explored for at least two to three hours or more. Be sure to have a wide brimmed hat or an umbrella on the day as it can get quite hot in the sunshine. Also take some water with you...More
Nothing much about the Perfume Pagoda, the boat ride at the Yen river is more interesting . i did enjoy the quietness of the area while waiting for the cable car ride up the hill for the Perfume Pagoda.
It was a beautiful day, rowing up the river with 7 others. It was a bit hard on the back, but the scenery is worth it.
Perhaps it was time of year but this tour was a little bit below expectations. There were minimal crowds so that was definitely a positive however the area was quite untidy and refurbishment of paving and stairs made it a bit tricky to walk thru....More