Wudangshan Jianguo Hotel

Foot of Mount Wudang, Sichuan and Yangtze Cruises, China

At a Glance

  • Presently the best available hotel in the Wudang Mountain Scenic Area

  • Contemporary facilities such as spa, massage and fitness centre

  • There are Western and Chinese restaurants to provide comfort food

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The vast province of Sichuan has a diverse and varied climate. The eastern lowlands of the Sichuan Basin have a tropical monsoon climate, characterised by humidity and fog. Winters are mild, summers are scorching, autumn is wet, and spring is dry and pleasant. The cities of Chengdu is famed for its fog, with the weather often likened to a damp day in London. The mountainous gorges and forested plains along the Yangtze River make autumn and spring the prime time for a Yangtze Cruise, with clear skies and pleasant temperatures making ideal sightseeing weather. Winter can be spectacular, despite the cold, when the water level is lower in the Three Gorges and the soaring cliffs even more dramatic.

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Located at the foot of Mount Wudang, the Wudangshan Jianguo Hotel is a modern, comfortable hotel perfectly located for your adventure and exploration.

A modern, comfortable hotel with 248 rooms and facilities such as a fitness centre, spa, as well as massage. There are both Chinese and Western restaurants within the property.

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Experiences

  • Cable Car to Tianzhu Peak

    View Qiongtai Palace before taking a cable car to the highest peak in Wudong, arriving into Tianzhu Peak where you can explore the Golden Palace, and if time and energy permits, onwards to Taihe Temple before descending down via cable car.

  • Evening Fantasy Wudang Show

    Enjoy an evening performance of Fantasy Wudang at Tai Chi Theater. The show is typically performed at 8-9 pm on Friday and Saturday only.

  • Wudang Mountain Trail

    This morning, we start from Yuxu Palace before continuing into South Cliff Palace. Afterwards, follow the trail to the top of Tianzhu Peak to visit the Golden Hall and Taihe Palace. Descend back down via cable car.

  • Wudang Taoism Tour

    This full day tour includes a one-hour kung fu, tai chi or martial arts course at a traditional Taoist Kung Fu academy, followed by a visit to Prince Slope, the splendid Purple Cloud Palace, Nanyan Temple, and time-permitting Carefree Valley.

Holiday Ideas

  • Wild Hubei: Taoist Mountain, Golden Monkey & Primeval Forest

    Wuhan, Mount Wudang & Shennongjia

    from SGD $3900 pp 6 nights

    • Discover two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Mount Wudang and Shennongjia
    • Enjoy a one-hour kung fu, tai chi or martial arts course at Mount Wudang, the birthplace of Tai Chi and Taoism
    • Come face-to-face with the golden snub-nosed monkeys in Shennongjia's protected nature reserves

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Foot of Mount Wudang, Sichuan and Yangtze Cruises, China

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