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Baiyun Mountain

Xinshi Town, Baiyun District, Guangzhou 510440, China
+86 20 3722 9871
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Very crowded but what's the fuss about?

We were told it's easy to find and once out of BaiYun station get up Exit C and head towards the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lee_family_219053
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Singapore, Singapore
Great Day out. Fantastic views and a beautiful walk. Include this with Yuntai Garden

Visited the Baiyun Mountain and the Yuntai Garden as they are next to each other. We took the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Marco S
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Xinshi Town, Baiyun District, Guangzhou 510440, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were told it's easy to find and once out of BaiYun station get up Exit C and head towards the direction of the mountain. That's what we did and we ended up in another park and was way off the entrance. Luckily a friendly...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited the Baiyun Mountain and the Yuntai Garden as they are next to each other. We took the Cable Car up the mountain which was 25RMB per person (way up) and I think it was great value. I believe the way down might be only...More

Thank Marco S
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Recommended to visit for those who has not visited the place. Suggest people to enter from South entrance which is more convenient. You can get the cable car there as well but walking up is fun. We started the walk up at 8:30am and there...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We walked up the whole thing, which is easily done. It is peppered with signage from the Chinese government about good health practices. You might pass or be passed by people blaring their own music from the 21st Century equivalent of the walkman, but otherwise...More

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Reviewed March 16, 2018

We took a taxi and walked up to the "peak". Not much of a view.. Probably will not recommend it to my friends who's going to visit.

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Reviewed March 13, 2018

Would recommend to go early in the morning to avoid the crowds. Take the cable car up if you do not want to hike. If you have time, hike up from the cable car stop above to the peak. Would definitely have an even better...More

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Reviewed March 13, 2018

We hiked there to reach the top. The place is very relaxing and worth it. Don't forget to bring water when you are planning to hike. #Youtuber #KrayonTV

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Reviewed March 12, 2018

I have been to so many parks in other parts of the world but this one definitely gave me a different impression. Probably because the weather was chilling and I could see adults playing 'chapteh', which was kind of cute. Love the great view of...More

1  Thank Art Engineering M
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Reviewed March 3, 2018 via mobile

We went to Guangzhou for a family trip. We visited BaiYun Mountain, which means “White Cloud” Mountain. You can climb up or take the the tram. Great views of the city. At the top, there are snack bars, a games area, and a parrot garden....More

Thank Cynthia P
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Reviewed February 13, 2018

This is a great mountain to climb in central Guangzhou. It's a long hike up! We reached the MacDonalds and didn't go any further. We climbed this in September when the temperature was in the low 30s so next time we'll do it on a...More

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mennataallah
January 25, 2018|
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Response from Goh Y | Reviewed this property |
Hi there; I went there by the official city tour hop on hop off bus; they have 3 different bus routes to choose from. U can take the city tour bus from their official stop along Beijing road; go check their location on baidu... More
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spalchev
September 22, 2017|
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Response from renesio | Reviewed this property |
I was not able to use the subway to get to Baiyun Mountain. It was convenient for me to take bus B17 all the way to the Yuntai Garden bus depot. From here it is a short walk to the cable car station which can take you to the... More
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ahmadrhudua
hello. i already read information from many web but suddenly i got confused. First, i have a question about the way to go to the mountain. i imagine the route will be like this 1)take a bus/ subway to the foot of mountain 2)walk to the park around 1km (mostly steps) or 2km (mostly flat) 3)arrive at the park 4)if i want to go to mountain so i can take a cable car 5) go down with cable car and walk again for subway/ bus. or it will be like this 1)take a subway to the foot of mountain then walk to the park around 1km/2km Or if I want to enter the park, I can take the bus that go straight to the park without walk 2)if i want to go to mountain so i can take a cable car 3) go down with cable car and walk again for subway/ bus. can i know which one is true? Second, I read an information from travel chinese guide : White Cloud Mountain (Baiyun Mountain) I saw there is a sightseeing bus. Can I know where I can take the sightseeing bus? At the park? And I saw that there is a lot of attraction place. Like yuntai garden and bird spring valley park. Can I go to each attraction by walk and how far each attraction from each other? I’m sorry for a lot of question but I can’t imagine .i try to search a map but can’t find it. I want to go there around 6hours and I want to arrange the place first so I will not waste any place
August 8, 2017|
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Response from Denz690 | Reviewed this property |
Hullo Ahmad, My economic and time-saving advice : Depending where you are staying it would be best to locate a bus to take you to Baiyun as early as possible. Bus#864 served me well from HaiYun Bridge. From street... More
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