Climbing Maoshan to find Maoshan "three stranges" Jurong Maoshan practical strategy
[where Maoshan is]
Maoshan is located in Jurong City, Jiangsu Province, located in the southwest of Jiangsu Province
Jurong Jintan The junction of the two counties is about 10 kilometers long from north to south. It is about 5 kilometers wide from east to west. The area is more than 50 square kilometers
[how to reach Maoshan]
[motor train high-speed rail]
Maoshan town without train station The nearest station is "Jiurong West Station", "Yushui Station"
from Hangzhou, Nanjing, and other places have cars to transfer to here
1, direct to Nanjing South Railway Station, take Nanjing South Railway Station directly to Jurong At the bus station, transfer to the tourist line car in Jushan District.
2, direct to Nanjing Station, take the bus from Nanjing to Maoshan District directly at Nanjing Xiaohongshan Bus Station.
3, direct to Zhenjiang Station, directly transfer to the bus from Zhenjiang to Maoshan District.
or choose to take a taxi to the station at the station. It takes about half an hour or so
from Nanjing, Zhenjiang, Jurong There are buses that can go directly to Maoshan
but bus The car will be transferred to the city. So it is not recommended to hurry.
The nearest airport is located at "Nanjing Airport" and then take the bus from the airport or take a taxi to reach Maoshan
1, Nanjing direction
In the summer night, if you are looking for a good place to relax, the Jurong Maoshan Xianxia Music Festival is really good. The various lights are breathtaking and amazing. There are also passionate song and dance performances. Cost-effective, Maoshan Xianxia adventure season, is a good place to shoot fairy princess.
Maoshan has three strange, strange, strange springs, strange beehives, as well as a delicious and delicious way of eating, coupled with the beautiful scenery of the mountains and rivers, it is a summer resort for peace and tranquility.
The majestic Maoshan is solemn and solemn. When the sun goes down, Maoshan becomes romantic and gorgeous. The sky changes into golden, blue, pink and purple, just like the color palette that God overturned, plus night music. The variety of gorgeous lighting festivals is really a grand visual night banquet.
Mao Mountain is where the Shangqing School (or Supreme Clarity movement) of Taoism originated, and the Taoists of Mao Mountain are known throughout China. Historic temples dot the mountain, though most of the ones you see today are modern reconstructions following successive wars fought in the area. The most famous of the temples are known together as “the monasteries of Mao Mountain”: Jiuxiao Wanfu Gong (“Myriad Blessings Palace of the Nine Heavens”) and Yuanfu Wanning Gong. The three peaks of Mao Mountain standing in a row are a splendid sight. From south to north, they include Elder Mao Peak, Second Mao Peak, and Third Mao Peak.