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Chengde Mountain Resort

Chengde Mountain Resort

4.5/58,203 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Construction of the resort began in 1703 and took 89 years to complete, spanning the reigns of the Qing emperors Kangxi, Yongzheng, and Qianlong. This was the second political center apart from Beijing during the Qing dynasty. The mountain resort is divided into four major areas. On the south side are the palace and lake areas, and on the north side are the mountain and grassland areas. The palace and lake areas house the essence of the mountain resort. The lake area contains many examples of architecture from China’s Jiangnan region just south of the Yangtze River. These are a result of the love the emperors Kangxi and Qianlong had for the Jiangnan scenery.
Putuo Zongcheng Temple

Putuo Zongcheng Temple

4.5/51,603 Reviews
Temple
The Putuo Zongcheng Temple is located on the north side of Shizi Valley in Hebei's Chengde City. Built in the form of Lhasa's Potala Palace by Qianlong to celebrate the life of his mother as well as his own, people still call it "Little Potala Palace." The whole temple complex is divided into two parts, front and rear. The main structure of the temple is the Dahongtai, with the Wanfa Guiyi Hall inside the primary hall of the temple. Putuo Zongcheng Temple is a gate to the mountains behind it. A mix of Qing- and Tibetan-style architecture, there is a Tibetan-style, three-round-door white entrance building upon which a five-gated, yellow-glazed tiled pavilion is built.
Puning Temple

Puning Temple

4.6/5681 Reviews
Temple
Puning Temple, also known as Big Buddha Temple, is on the north side of Chengde Mountain Resort. It is a large Tibetan Buddhist temple in northern China. It was built during the Qianlong Period of the Qing Dynasty by the Emperor Qianlong for the king of Mongolia. The temple is magnificent and elegant. Tourists can visit and take photos of it. Many monks visit the temple. It is an ideal place to pray for happiness.
"Peak Dynasty Emperor Kangxi Ceremony"

"Peak Dynasty Emperor Kangxi Ceremony"

4.7/5847 Reviews
Performances
The "Peak Dynasty Emperor Kangxi Ceremony" is a large outdoor live-action performance that highlights imperial culture and tells the legendary experience of Emperor Kangxi. Inspired from Chengde's unique natural and cultural elements and drawing from the history and imperial culture during the flourishing period of Kangxi-Qianlong, the performance enables excited audiences to experience the stories and culture from hundreds of years ago against a backdrop of high-tech sound and lighting effects.
Qingchui Mountain National Forest Park

Qingchui Mountain National Forest Park

4.5/5325 Reviews
Forest
Qingchui Mountain National Forest Park is situated at the east side of Emperor Kangxi's Summer Mountain Resort in Chengde City, Hebei Province. There is a number of stone pillars in peculiar shapes in Qingchui Mountain. Qingchui Mountain is one of the famous mountains in Chengde. It stands out among a sea of mountains, by integrating with the splendid temples and the garden of villas. When you climb up to the peak of Qingchui Mountain, you can have a wide view for Kangxi's Summer Mountain Resort and the religious buildings of the Outer Eight Temples.
Bangchui Mountain

Bangchui Mountain

4.2/5152 Reviews
Mountain
Bangchui Mountain is located in Qingchui Peak National Park. The mountain is thick at the top and thin at the bottom, giving it the shape of a hammer, from where it gets its name. The mountain range is gently peaked with a shape that inspires daydreams among visitors. There is a mulberry tree on the mountain called Mengsang, also known as Yasang, and in the north is a temple with stone wall inscriptions. The mountain is a favorite hiking place for locals.
Eight Outer Temples

Eight Outer Temples

4.7/550 Reviews
Temple
Xumi Fushou Temple

Xumi Fushou Temple

4.3/5146 Reviews
Temple
Dual Pagoda Mountain

Dual Pagoda Mountain

4.6/5247 Reviews
Mountain
There are two giant rock pillars running from the south to the north in the mountains in southwest Chengde. They resemble pagodas in the shape, and each of them has a brick tower at the summit. As a result, it is named as the Dual Pagoda Mountain. On the rock pillars, there are brick towers built by people. Legend has it that these pagodas were the tomb towers in the Liao Dynasty, with over 1,000 years of history. At present, there are aerial ladders at the sides of the pagodas, and visitors can climb to the peak. It also boasts Sanxian Temple, Qibao Tower, Lingfeng Garden, the Stone Inscription and other tourist spots. The tower withstood Tangshan Earthquake, and it was magical that not only did the brick towers not fall down but the cracks were pieced together.
Potala Palace (Putuo Zongcheng Temple)

Potala Palace (Putuo Zongcheng Temple)

4.8/542 Reviews
Temple
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