Went here today for a walk which was probably more of a hike! We decided to go to the ‘peak’ which was supposed to be 2800m but our various apps measured it at well over 3k. It’s an inclined walk on w...
Came here on a whim on our first day in Beijing. Took the Line 5 from near the hutong we were staying in, then Line 10, then the above-ground train to the Fragrant Hills station. Walked up the town's ...
I was there alone. Started from the east gate. It costs 10 yuan. Climbed to the mountain top - it is about 200m of climbing. During the climb ( which has many stairs) there are few temples and many tr...
Xiangshan is well-deserved NO.1, and the red leaves include more than 30 varieties such as Astragalus, Acer truncatum, Triangular maple and Wujiao. Among them, Astragalus is the iconic green plant of Xiangshan, and it is also the oldest. The best five of the Xiangshanguan attractions are
Xiangshan Park is located in the western suburbs of Beijing. It is steep and green, covering an area of 188 hectares. It is an imperial garden with mountain features. The main peak of the incense burner in the scenic spot is commonly known as "Ghosts", with an altitude of 557 meters. As early as in the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, the Royal Family was built in Xiangshan Camp. The red leaves of
Xiangshan include more than 30 varieties such as Astragalus, Acer truncatum, Triangular maple, Wujiaofeng, Acer palmatum and Torch. Among them, the oldest planted scutellaria is the most representative of Beijing's Xiangshan Mountain. It looks like Wanshan is red and the forest is full of dyes. The five-pointed maple leaves are purely warm in the autumn sun, yellow blue white and purple flower sea, silver white trunk, golden yellow. A dazzling view of the leaves.
Xiangshan Park is very large. You can visit Biyun Temple from the North Gate, or take the cable car up the mountain. Xiangshan Park tickets are 5 yuan.
Xiangshan had a royal building in the Qing Dynasty. Although it was destroyed by the Eight-Power Allied Forces, the momentum still exists. The North Gate is the Biyun Temple. Biyun Temple needs to buy a ticket separately, and the ticket is 10 yuan. Biyun Temple has a history of more than 600 years. Most of the buildings were built in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. They used to be royal temples. Today is also one of the temples where Beijing is full of incense. There are many ancient trees in the
temple, and most of the buildings have hundreds of years of history. The walls of the red are solemn and solemn.
The peculiarity is that there are so many trees growing on the walls of the stone, it seems that it is not artificial. The
Biyun Temple is very large, and it is built on the top of the mountain. The deepest part is the King Kong Tower. It looks very majestic, but it can't be visited when it is closed.
Kinggang Tower is also the crown of Sun Yat-sen. In 1925, Mr. Sun Yat-sen died in Beijing, and his body was temporarily stored in Biyun Temple in Xiangshan, Beijing. Later, the body was moved to the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum in Nanjing, and the worn dress was left in Beijing Biyun Temple, known as the clothing crown.
Biyun Temple also holds one of the most complete Luohan Temples in the country. The 500 Luohan in the temple was also built in the Qing Dynasty. To Biyun Temple, you must go to Luohan. After visiting Biyun Temple, next to it is Xiangshan Park.
When I mention the incense, I will think of the red leaves. I used to catch the red leaves in the previous two times. The fragrance is only the full red leaves under the roots of the imperial city. But except for the crowds, I didnt get what I wanted. This sudden opportunity is still in the first month, the weather. It was a little warmer. For most of the north, it was still a dry winter scene. From Beijing South Railway Station, there is a subway on Line 4, and there is a seat on the bus. It is exceptionally smooth when you get off the bus. It is fragrant at 9:00. In front of the gate.
This time, Xiangxiang chose this kind of transportation mode. The ropeway is the first time to take such a simple and original ropeway. It takes about 20 minutes to reach the top. It is more exciting to imagine sitting up. If you are afraid of heights, don't try it. You can only rely on your feet to measure it.
Fragrant Hills Park is located in Beijing’s western suburbs. It is an imperial forest garden with a long and storied history. Many ancient relics and monuments are scattered throughout the lush wooded area. It is one of Beijing's beautiful ornamental spots and a natural oxygen bar. The red leaves of Fragrant Hills are one of China’s famous sights in autumn. Every September and October, the hills gradually change shades from green to yellow, until eventually the entire mountain turns fiery red. Senyuhu, Yuhua Cave and Qifeng Pavilion are all good places from which to look at the colorful leaves. Since it was first constructed, Fragrant Hills Park already has more than 900 years of history. Biyun Temple, Zongjing Dazhao Temple and Jianxinzhai are three sites to visit while in the park.
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