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Fenghuangshan National Park

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Fenghuangshan National Park (凤凰山国家公园) is in Liaoning province.


Also called Phoenix Mountain, site is covered with temples, pagodas and monasteries. There is also a cave system that can be explored.



Flora and fauna[edit]


Get in[edit]

  • Buses to the town of Fengcheng, just outside the park, from Dandong every few minutes throughout the day

Fees and permits[edit]

¥60 for entrance into the park, ¥10 for entrance into Phoenix Cave.

Get around[edit]

There are park buses that can take you to various elevations for about ¥10-15 each segment. In the mid-elevation, there are cable cars that can take you to the top of the mountain for about ¥50 one way.


  • Views from the top of the mountain.
  • Glass-bottom bridge along mountain ridges (¥3 extra).
  • Various temples interspersed throughout the park.
  • Phoenix Cave - colored light display on stalagtites.


  • Visit Mountain Temple Fair in April.



There are stalls selling steamed corn and other food in the mid-elevation plaza, near the cable car station.






Stay safe[edit]

There are a footpaths, some of which are narrow and involve climbing iron ladders. A glove may help in grabbing the handles in cold weather. Watch your footing.

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