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1st we took the train.
2nd bus K1 for 10 Yuan to traffic light stop in town.
3rd Days Hotel new 5 star hotel with breakfast only 400 Yuan
4th private ride to bamboo rafting sales office 12 km
5th booked ticket as walk in...More
It is a 'MUST SEE' & "MUST DO' thing in Wuyi Mountain. The entire journey will takes about 1 and a half hour, preferably to go in the morning so that the weather is not that hot. The scene throughout the journey is great. Sit...More
Went on a business trip to Wuyishan Mountain and went to try to raft ride. It is about 1 and a half hours on it. I can understand Chinese so our raft guide was pretty funny. He always kept saying there was a lot of...More
Jiuqu Stream is really marvellous. There are so many scenic spots that you should not missed. The weather was great that day and si my mom and I really enjoy it. I took many photos. Advisable to wear walking shoe. No high heel please. The...More
This is one of the highlights to see the natural landscape of the Wuyishan along the creek. I reserved the bamboo rafting timeslot at 9:30am when I purchased the combo entrance ticket the previous day. My hotel gave me a complimentary pair of plastic slip...More
November is low season at Wuyi Shan. When we took the bamboo raft ride down the Jiuqu Stream (Nine-Bend Stream), there were only one other raft with tourists going down the stream with us. It was a cloudy day. In a way that iwas nice...More
This stream (known as Jiuquxi) is located at the heart of Wuyishan Mountain and is a must go if you visit Wuyishan. This is the second time I went there, the last visit was over 20 years ago. The water of the stream (as I...More
3 curves and 9 bends, Rapids, fish, temples, world heritage landscapes and amusing boats men. This was a real highlight of our visit to the Wuyi mountains.
Bamboo craft meant sitting very still for 2 hours to avoid getting wet on a cool winter's day...More
According to the local guide, winter period is not their travel peak season but yet there were still many people. We took the normal ride which had 6 seats, there was supposed to be another grander ride with 10 seats plus tea provided. This would...More
It was wonderful to escape the Shanghai city life for a weekend in the mountain area of Wuyi. We enjoyed the bamboo rafting trip through the valley, taking I the mountain scenery. It is a good idea to wear sunscreen and a hat; also, purchase...More