This tour provides you a great chance to explore the mystery of Chinese Buddhist culture. The highlights of your trip are Yungang Grottoes and Mount Wutai, two UNESCO World Cultural Heritages in China
Day 1 Datong
airport-hotel transfer in Datong
Day 2 Datong – Mount Wutai (by automobile)
private transfer from Datong to Mt. Wutai
Yungang Grottoes, Hanging Temple
The Yungang Grottoes is the oldest one of the Three Major Buddhist Grottoes of China. Absorbing Indian Gandhara Buddhist art, Yungang Grottoes melds traditional Chinese art and social features of that time, which make it a masterpiece of early Chinese cave art and Buddhist culture.
Built more than 1,500 years ago, the Hanging Temple is characterized by its special location on the sheer cliff and its combination of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.
Day 3 Mount Wutai
Enjoy an exploration to Mount Wutai (UNESCO), one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains in China. It is home to 47 China’s most important monasteries, among which the Xiantong Temple and the Tayuan Temple are the most famous ones.
Day 4 Mount Wutai – Datong (by automobile)
private transfer from Mt. Wutai to Datong, airport or train station transfer in Datong
Yingxian Wooden Pagoda
The Wooden Pagoda ranks as the oldest and highest wooden structure in China. It was built without any nails or rivets, which represents a perfect combination of science, art and religion.
No 103, Yabaoli, Chaoyang Distirct, Beijing, China
Mon - Sun 9.00 - 20.00