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Ancient Ruins
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In 1368 AD, Mutianyu Great Wall was built by Xu Da who is the main general for Zhuyuanzhang in the Great Wall ruins of Northern Qi Dynasty. Linked to Gubeikou in the east and Juyongguan in the west,the section of the Great Wall is the military hub defensing of the capitalsince ancient times. There are several famous watchtowers such as Zhengguantai, Dajiaolou, Yingfeidaoyang,Jiankou and Beijingjie, which has profound historical and cultural values. Surrounded by the mountains, the Greening rate of the Great Wall reaches 98%, and its scenery is beautiful. Known for its gorgeous scenery, Mutianyu is one of the essence in the Great Wall of Ming Dynasty. Mutianyuhas the characteristics of the fresh air, sided embrasure, peculiar guards, intensive watchtowers, the strong feeling of three-dimensional and the existing of the inside and outside branch. The Closed Tram, Speed slide, the China dream stone sity, the Great Wall hotel, Yisonglou restaurant are constructed inthe tourist area, so its facilities and function are perfect.The tourist area was added to the national 5A scenic spot list by the National Tourism Administration of China in 2011. In June 28, 2014,the Mutianyu Great Wallintegrated tourism service area put into use. The integrated tourism service area, having service functions including a visitor center, the Great Wall Culture Exhibition Center, and catering and tourism souvenirs street,covers an area of 20 acres.In this way, Mutianyu Great Wall will provide a better travel experience for visitors.
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  • Kesira C
    Montreal, Canada3 contributions
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    Visiting Angkor Wat temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia, was a truly awe-inspiring experience! The temples's grandeur and intricate carvings are absolutely breathtaking, showcasing the architectural genius of the Khmer Empire. Walking through the ancient corridors and exploring the vast complex made me feel like I was stepping back in time.
    The sunrise at Angkor Wat is a must-see-it's an unforgettable sight as the sun rises behind the iconic silhouette of the temple. The surrounding temples, like Bayon and Ta Trohm, are equally fascinating and add to the overall magical atmosphere.
    Written 16 May 2024
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  • Brett C
    Newcastle, Australia183 contributions
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    What an amazing botanical experience. Highly recommend visiting the Flower Dome and the Cloud Garden. Spectacular displays and very easy to access. Very suitable for wheelchair as well.
    Written 18 May 2024
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  • WinstonP S
    Barcelona, Spain12 contributions
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    Very nice , it's hot so recommend to take Sunblock , the temple is beatifull , recommend it , amazing structure and glammy , fully recommend it.
    Written 18 May 2024
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  • Skeete
    London, UK221 contributions
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    The absolute highlight of my India trip was seeing this magnificent building up close and personal. This is somewhere I have wanted to see for as long as I can remember and I was not disappointed.

    I booked a private tour which I do recommend as there’s a wealth of information to be had about this place. I arrived at opening and was one of the first inside. Whilst there was a lot to see and learn I honestly just wanted to sit for an hour or so and take it all in. No talking, no walking just sit on the lawn and appreciate where I was and the moment for what it is. My tour guide was exceptional and understood the assignment completely. I was left alone for around 90 minutes whilst he engaged with other tour guides and then we went about a leisurely and educational tour of the rest.

    You cannot come anywhere near the Taj Mahal and not decide to pay it a visit. This was worth getting up and leaving at 02:00 from Delhi to ensure I was in nice and early. Typing this with a massive smile on my face just reminiscing.
    Written 14 May 2024
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