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Tianjin Panshan Mountain Scenic Area

Updated: Dec 01, 2017 Print


Panshan Mountain is listed among the national 5A Scenic Spots and is well-known for its natural scenery, Buddhist temples, and royal gardens. 

The mountain was first recorded in books from the Han Dynasty (206BC - 220AD) and became popular in Tang Dynasty (618-907). Seventy-two temples, 13 exquisite towers, and a royal garden were built on the mountain and were well-regarded by several Chinese emperors. 

The main peak of Panshan Mountain is Guayue Peak and is surrounded by other peaks including Zilai Peak to the south, Zilai Peak to the north, Jiuhua Peak to the east, and Wujian Peak to the west. The splendid pine trees, clear streams, and the grotesque stones all make Panshan Mountain Scenic Spot attractive.

Scenic Spot level: AAAAA

Ideal sightseeing season: Early January to early March

Opening Hours: 8:00 -- 18:00

Ticket price:

Tourist season: 100 yuan ($14.50) per person

Tourist off-season: 60 yuan

Cableway ticket to Wansong Temple (which is at the halfway up to the mountain):

One-way: 60 yuan; Return: 120 yuan

Cableway ticket from Wansong Temple to Guayue Peak:

One-way: 60 yuan; Return: 120 yuan 

Special offers:

1. A single ticket: 118 yuan per person (a free ticket to the Painting and Calligraphy Academy in Panshan Mountain + a ticket for Tianxia Panshan - a performance introducing Panshan's scenery).

2. Ticket packages:

(1) 198 yuan/person (an entrance ticket + a single trip electro-mobile ticket going up to the top + a one-way cableway ticket to Wansong Temple)

(2) 168 yuan/person (an entrance ticket + a one-way cableway ticket to Wansong Temple)

(3) 178 yuan/person (an entrance ticket + a one-way cableway ticket to Guayue Peak)

3. An excursion ticket: 62 yuan per person (a student ticket or a senior ticket)

Address: Lianhualing village, Guanzhuang Town, Jizhou District, Tianjin.

Telephone: +86-22-29821235

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