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It was interesting to see but if you have been to Imperial Palace in Beijing you will be let down. You have to pay extra,60RMB I think it was. Took us 20minutes to walk aroun the whole tomb and stop to chat/take pictures.
Visited with business associates in the afternoon. This was a nice escape from the city and a very interesting historical site. Climbing the stairs was fun. Glad to see this was made a World Heritage Site to be preserved for all to enjoy. Some of...More
The Qinq Fu mausoleum is more interesting that the Qinq Zhao mausoleum which is located within Beiling park. Trade-off is that you have to journey outside of the city to see it. If you have limited time I would recommend the Qing Zhao over this...More
The Fuling or Dongling Mausoleum is one of my favorite places in mainland China. I was able to visit on a weekday and while there were Chinese tourists there, it wasn't overrun with people climbing on ancient structures, smoking in front of no-smoking signs, or...More
Well worth it's World listing. Well looked after and impressive in it's size and purpose. The fact that it has survived major wars, the Cultural Revolution and time shows respect for it's builders. Most of the signage is in Chinese and English and very understandable....More
Great outing for a picnic, getting away from the crowds and learning about the start of the Qing dynasty. During the week, the kids can run wild without worrying about them as there are so few people. Takes about 4 hours including travel from town...More
The entrance in tomb requires an entrance fee you pay at the park entrance. The Exhibits are all copies of antiquities. Nice for architecture fanatics and history lovers. The details in the stone carvings are exceptional. For the rest , a nice "museum"visit.
This tomb is also known as the East Tomb and is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I almost missed it if I hadn't walked all the way to the back of the ground. In the back, one could see the mound of earth covered...More