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Address: Qinglian Town, Jiangyou 621705, China
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Great hiking experince

You need sort of transportation to get here. Buses would work but maybe confusing if you are from local, but dont worry people are very helpful. So get your hiking gear ready and... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2015
KenworthMoose
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Singapore, Singapore
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Reviewed 3 September 2015

You need sort of transportation to get here. Buses would work but maybe confusing if you are from local, but dont worry people are very helpful. So get your hiking gear ready and stay hydrated. Enjoy the experience when Li Bai was a kid and learning all the skills to become one of the greatest poet in the history of... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 32 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 June 2013

Li bai's home town,g former residence. This is quiet and peaceful,containing statues and paintings depicting his life A monumental portal at the entrance , things get smaller until, after walking through a farmworkers' hamlet.you come to the single storey walled enclosure that reputedly was his home. Given that he died in 762 AD, you might be sceptical about the age... More 

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