Top 10 most expensive attractions in China

By Lu Na
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  Wudang Mountain   武当山

Wudang Mountain []

Located in Danjiangkou City, in the northwestern part of Hubei Province, Wudang Mountain, also known as Taihe Mountain, is both a famous scenic spot as well asa holy site in Taoism, China's indigenous religion.

Ever since the Tand Dynasty (618-907), the area is considered to be the birthplace of Taoism and therefore features a large number of well-preserved Taoist buildings. Besides, it has the well-known Golden Hall, which is the first batch of immovable cultural relics under state protection. Located on the top of the Tianzhu Peak, the main peak of Wudang Mountain, Hubei Province, the Golden Hall was built in the 14th year of Yongle reign (1416) of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

Admission:240 yuan (US$38.2) (including tourist bus fee)

                       20 yuan (US$3.2) (Zixiao Palace)

                       15 yuan (US$2.4) (Golden Hall)

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