Qianshan National Park|Qianshan literally means ‘thousand mountains’ and that is the impression you get as you look up at the jagged peaks. The name is actually and abbreviation of ‘thousand lotus flower mountains’. The peaks were said to resemble the petals of the lotus flower which had been dropped to earth by a goddess. The area is filled with many Buddhist and Taoist temples and monasteris and nunneries. It is one of few locations where both religions are found sharing the same site. Three cable car routes can convey the less able up the hill sides. However, none of the cable cars will take you the whole way, leaving you some climbing to do by yourself.You can find the chepest rooms in Anshan on Airbnb. Important Note: By registering Airbnb via using this link you can get $25 bonus credit and make your first night free in Anshan. Once registered to system, you can easily filter Qianshan National Park and list all the rooms/hotels/entire flats to rent near Qianshan National Park in Anshan area.
- Direction: About 12km by road, to the south east of the city. Minibus No.8 goes there.
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- Price: ¥80 peak, ¥60 off peak
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- Phone Number: +86 0412 5418518, +86 0412 5416100
- FAX: +86 0412 5412009
- URL: http://www.qianshan.ln.cn/English
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