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Weibao Mountain

Caicun Wharf, Dali 671000, China
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Amazing and peaceful place

It is a must do if you are in Dali ! We took a cab for one day in dali and he bring us to the... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2017
alice p
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Paris, France
Ancient Taoist Mountain with many temples

There are many temples along this paved mountain path. Wish I had had more time to explore. The... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2016
ecstraveler
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San Francisco, California
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1 Jan 2017
“Amazing and peaceful place”
27 Oct 2016
“Ancient Taoist Mountain with many temples”
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Caicun Wharf, Dali 671000, China

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Reviewed 2 January 2017

It is a must do if you are in Dali ! We took a cab for one day in dali and he bring us to the mountain and the city, it was a little bit expensive, but we were exhausting to negociate. (600rmb for a...More

Thank alice p
Reviewed 28 October 2016

There are many temples along this paved mountain path. Wish I had had more time to explore. The main pavilion has a fascinating carved mural that could be from any indigenous culture. The temples are Buddhist and Taoist. One big golden deity has a fierce...More

Thank ecstraveler
Reviewed 9 October 2016

On the mountain is a complex of Taoist and Buddhist temples. There are also areas of significance to the local Yi minority people.

Thank 764MartinW
Reviewed 8 May 2016

Perfect day trip from Dali coupled with Weishan (the hotel arranged a local driver for us - 380rmb). This place is one of a kind: a succession of beautiful temples disseminated all over a mountain in the forest. We did not expect that the site...More

1  Thank Nebulette_06
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Not far from Weishan, the entrance is a long way above the valley below. it is possible to follow a circular path taking in all the temples on the mountain - but we visited the first half dozen or so. There were few other visitors,...More

Thank AlKronos
Reviewed 22 March 2015

This is a sacred mountain with fourteen temples. I have never visited anything link it in my life. It was amazing.

Thank Rebecca R
Reviewed 4 January 2015

the climate there was quiet different from where i came. better prepare more.the views there were nice, remember take a good carema. plus water and food.

1  Thank huang j
Reviewed 7 May 2014

Took the bus from Dali to Weishan, then rented a car to Weibao Mountain. The Mountain was delightful and we spent a day exploring. Met friendly Daoist Monks, saw an 800 year old camellia tree and hardly saw any other tourists. Weishan Town was well...More

1  Thank 171Chris
Reviewed 7 April 2014

Rented a taxi to go there (400RMB for the return trip, organized by my hotel), and in merely 2 hrs we made it up to the mountain park. I seemed to be the only visitor (off season) only when I came down, I met two...More

Thank linaloos
Reviewed 13 December 2013

Take something to drink and start early as there is much to see and many stone stairs to climb. I found the blending of Buddhist and Taoist icons - art fascinating. Using my pocket guide I had an interesting talk with some Taoist monks.

Thank Dale K
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