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It is approximately 160 miles from Beijing, the country's capital city.
Wutai Shan is perfect for visitors who like to get outdoors. You'll locate this natural splendour about 30 miles away from Changchaigou.
Consider visiting Beihezhong. It's roughly 14 miles away from Changchaigou, and where you'll find Wood Pagoda and Datong Paomaliang Mountain. Hanging Temple and Datong Longshan Mountain are some additional sights. These are about 16 miles away from Changchaigou, in Menqinggou.
The regional hub of Bozhiyan, just 25 miles south from Changchaigou, is where it's all at. It has numerous visitor attractions worth making the journey for, including Bishan Temple, Qixian Temple and Tǎyuàn Temple. For even more excitement, some other great places are Xiǎntōng Temple and Dailuo Ding of Wutai Mountain.
Don't miss the opportunity to treat your taste buds to a tour of the region's favorite food and drinks.
You mightn't have thought much about the complexities of pork and garlic before, but you're sure to be an expert on these well-known ingredients by the end of the trip!
Follow the lead of the locals and feast on hot and sour soup and Peking barbecue.
Savvy travelers have learned that the best way to get the most out of any vacation is to memorize a variety of handy phrases in the local tongue. Wǒ hěn hǎo, nǐ ne is the Mandarin way of saying fine thanks, and you. Zhù nǐ háoyùn is also worth learning. It translates to good luck.
As your vacation here winds to a close, be sure to bid Changchaigou a fond "Huí tóu jiàn".
When you're ready to head to the airport, you might like to know that Datong Airport is roughly 45 miles to the north.
Expedia's up-to-date travel guide currently lists no vacancies in Changchaigou, however, there are other options nearby. The Yong Hong Hotel in Beihongya, for example, lies just 7 miles away.
Situated in Xinzhou, this boutique hotel is within 32 mi (52 km) of Bishan Temple, Wutai Shan, and Qixian Temple.