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Q: Good place to visit for zen summer?

I can haz several weeks of vacation this summer, and i wish to stay in China to visit zen places, where i can relax, and change from big cities. Somewhere in the open, when there is not the rush of a metropolis. Ideally with nice scenery, but not too crowded. Like i'd be a sentinel of the wilderness.

Anyone know if there is such a place? Accessible by plane and train, ideally...

8 years 30 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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You want somewhere zen...in China.

Hmm...I suggest the deserts of Xinjiang. Beautiful scenery there and delicious food.

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Desert seem nice, but i thought moar about forests and rocks. i want to try meditation, too. Is there any waterfalls somewear?

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Oh!

Putain, you should chek out Yandang Shan, it's pretty close to Wenzhou (nothing to see there though). There's loads of waterfalls and forests and parks and all that good shiz, and it has its own trein station (Yandanshan).

I don't know if its considerd 'zen' but its certanly a mighty cool place to chill! Bring an umbrella though, it will rain!

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