Gushan Mountain is a national AAAA-level tourist attraction and a national scenic spot. In May 2002, the Gushan Mountain Scenic Spot of Fujian Province was approved by the State Council to be included in the list of the fourth batch of national scenic spots.
The Gushan Mountain Scenic Spot is centred on the ancient Yongquan Temple, with more than 20 scenic spots, such as Huilong Pavilion and Lingyuan Cave in the east. There are dozens of scenic spots in the caves and gullies in the west, among which 18 scenic spots are particularly famous. There are more than 50 scenic spots, such as Lohan Terrace and Incense Furnace Peak, in the south, and 45 scenic spots, such as Daiting Peak and Baiyun Cave, in the north. These attractions are mainly made of granite through long-term erosion, weathering, collapse and accumulation, transforming into a thousand shapes and sizes constituting the Peach Grove, Liu Hai catching toads, Jade Shoots Peak, the Eight Immortals Rock and Drinking Water Rock and other natural landscapes. In addition, there are a number of cliff stone carvings from the past dynasties.
The hotel is 17 kilometres away from the destination or about a 25-minute drive. Gushan Mountain Station of Metro Line 2 is five stops away from the hotel.
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