Simplify Your Jinshanling Great Wall Visit: Use Bus No. 8 [2024]

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8
How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Last Updated: April 2nd, 2024

Bus Service is Back! Starting April 4, 2024, you can catch a direct bus from Beijing Dongzhimen straight to the Jinshanling Great Wall. It’s back and ready to roll!

When Can You Ride?

  • Catch it on April 4th, 5th, and 6th during the Qingming holiday.
  • It’s also running on weekends and public holidays.

Times to Know:

  • Leaves Beijing at 8:00 AM.
  • Heads back from Jinshanling at 4:00 PM.

Where to Hop On:

  • Find us at the 942 express bus station, No. 45, Dongwai Xiejie, Dongzhimen.
  • Easy peasy directions: Get off at Dongzhimen Wai Street on Subway Line 2, Exit B. Walk 200 meters east, then at the first light, turn left and go another 150 meters. Check out this post below for more details!

Tickets:

  • Just 50 RMB each way.
  • Pay with cash or your Beijing Transport Card.

Got Questions?

  • Ring us at 010-84024628.
Explore Jinshanling Easily: Hop on Bus No. 8!

Visiting the Great Wall of China can be complicated.

When it comes to exploring the magnificent Great Wall, the choices can be overwhelming.

So many sections, tour providers, and additional attractions to consider.

It’s no wonder you might feel a bit perplexed and worried about the costs involved.

But fear not! We’re here to let you in on a little secret: visiting the Great Wall from Beijing doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive.

Going on a DIY day trip is the way to go!

It’s a straightforward and budget-friendly option that lets you take control of your adventure.

In this post, we are thrilled to guide you through the step-by-step process of taking public transit from central Beijing to Jinshanling, one of the most popular sections of the Great Wall.

About Jinshanling

Built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), this architectural marvel stretches approximately 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) and consists of 67 watchtowers, showcasing the impressive defensive system of ancient China.

Jinshanling is renowned for its well-preserved walls, scenic landscapes, and challenging hiking trails.

As you embark on your journey along this historic path, you will be mesmerized by panoramic views of rolling hills, rugged terrain, and lush greenery.

Immerse yourself in the grandeur of Jinshanling’s rich history and explore the captivating beauty of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

If Jinshanling doesn’t match your preferences, don’t worry.

Numerous tour providers and car services are available to help you explore different sections of the Great Wall, each offering unique benefits.

For more information on the best sections to visit, check out our informative post: Top 7 Best Sections of Great Wall to Visit. 

Bus Schedule and Cost

Beginning June 22, 2023, you’ll be delighted to know that the direct bus service for the Holiday Weekend Special Bus No. 8 from Beijing Dongzhimen to Jinshanling Great Wall will resume operations.

The bus will be operating on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, providing you with convenient transportation options to explore the magnificent Jinshanling Great Wall.

With the resumption of services, you can once again enjoy the ease and comfort of traveling directly to this breathtaking destination.

Make sure to mark your calendars and get ready to experience the wonders of the Jinshanling Great Wall with the hassle-free convenience of the Bus No. 8.

Schedule:
  • Departure time: 8:00 AM from Dongzhimen in the morning.
  • Return journey: 4:00 PM from Jinshanling in the afternoon.
Bus Fare:
  • The one-way ticket costs 50 RMB per person.
  • The fare does not include the entrance ticket to the scenic area or any additional fees.

Payment Methods

  • Cash
  • Beijing Yikatong Card
  • Mobile Beijing Yikatong App
  • WeChat Pay
  • Alipay Pay

You can pay by cash as well as other methods, but it’s always a great idea to bring some cash as a backup.

Trip Duration

On average, it takes approximately 2.5 hours to reach Jinshanling from Beijing, depending on the traffic conditions.

The duration of the journey may vary, so it’s advisable to allow ample time for unforeseen circumstances.

Once you arrive at Jinshanling, you’ll have plenty of time to explore and immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty and rich history of this remarkable section of the Great Wall.

Boarding Instructions

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

The bus can be conveniently boarded at the 942 Express Bus Station Courtyard, a well-situated and easily accessible location.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

You’ll find it at No. 45 Dongwai Xiejie, Dongzhimen, Beijing.

This bustling courtyard serves as a hub for travelers embarking on their exciting journeys.

Reaching the Boarding Point

In this step-by-step guide, we will provide you with clear and easy-to-follow instructions on how to reach the boarding location for the Jinshanling bus, ensuring a smooth start to your adventure:

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 1: Simply hop on Beijing Subway Line 2 and alight at Exit B of Dongzhimen Outer Street.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 2: To get out of the subway, follow the signs indicating “Exit B”.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 3: Once you exit the subway station, you will need to continue walking east for approximately 300 meters.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 4: Continue walking along the street.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 5: When you reach this intersection (the first traffic light), please do not cross the road. Instead, make a left turn.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 6: Continue your exciting adventure by walking just 300 meters along this street.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 7: When you arrive at this intersection, if you look up ahead, you will notice a blue sign. Just behind that sign, you will find the bus stop for Bus No. 8.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 8: Keep walking until you reach the vicinity of the blue sign.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 9: Underneath the blue sign, you will find a small path. Take a left turn and continue walking along this path. The Bus No. 8 station will be on your right hand side.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 10: Continue walking along the small path.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8
How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

Step 11: When you reach the end of the small path, simply turn around and walk back. You will then arrive at the bus station for Jinshanling Great Wall.

How to Get to Jinshanling Great Wall From Beijng By Bus No. 8

The map provided above highlights the walking route from Dongzhimen subway station to the No. 8 bus stop. Just follow the red arrows on the map, and you will easily reach the designated bus stop.

By following these simple steps, you’ll be well on your way to exploring the magnificent Jinshanling Great Wall.

Arrival at Jinshanling

Arriving at Jinshanling Great Wall is an exciting moment as you disembark from the bus at a designated drop-off point near the main entrance.

Once you have purchased your entrance tickets, you have two options to reach the entrance of the Jinshanling Great Wall.

  1. Firstly, you can opt for the convenient shuttle bus service available for a fee of 10 RMB per person.
  2. Alternatively, if you prefer to immerse yourself in the surroundings and enjoy a leisurely walk, you can embark on a journey along the path, which typically takes around 25 minutes on foot.

Whichever option you choose, you’ll soon find yourself standing at the entrance of the magnificent Jinshanling Great Wall, ready to embark on an unforgettable exploration.

Returning to Beijing

When it’s time to leave Jinshanling and return to Beijing, the process is just as easy as your initial journey.

The bus will depart at 4pm from the same location where it initially dropped you off.

After exiting the Great Wall through the main gate, simply retrace your steps along the same path you took to arrive.

The return trip usually takes approximately two hours and 30 minutes, bringing you directly back to Dongzhimen bus station in Beijing.

jinshanling bus station

 

Where to Stay by Jinshanling

Planning  to stay overnight at Jinshanling Great Wall? Check out these cool places to rest!

Fancy Option: Gubei Water Town William Edgar Hotel – Located in Gubei Water Town, this hotel is the definition of luxury. After exploring, sink into their soft beds, enjoy fancy meals, and get pampered with their top-class service. Need some relaxation? Their spa has got you covered. ($150-300/night)

Middle Option: Jinshanling Great Wall Hotel – Right by the Great Wall, this spot combines comfort with great value. Featuring a mix of modern and traditional designs, friendly folks to help you out, and rooms that boast views of the Wall, it’s a treat! And don’t miss out on their tasty local dishes. ($100-200/night)

Budget Pick: Jinshanling Hanting B&B – Perfect for travelers who want a great deal. This charming B&B, with its local design, is the best place to chill after a day at the Wall. You’ll love its welcoming feel, its classic style, and how close it is to Jinshanling. ($20-50/night).

Hiring a Private Driver to Jinshanlng

If you find visiting the Jinshanling Great Wall on weekends and public holidays challenging due to a busy schedule, or if you’re keen to witness a beautiful sunset at Jinshanling’s West Five Window Tower, hiring a private driver is a wise decision.

This option allows you to visit at your convenience, making the trip enjoyable and free from stress.

While it may initially seem more expensive, the comfort and flexibility in planning your day can be invaluable, offering a worthwhile experience.

Vehicle (Car, Van, Coach) Rental Rates (RMB)

Vehicle Options PEK Airport Pickup/Drop-off Mutianyu + Ming Tombs Badaling OR Huanghua-cheng Mutianyu Great Wall Mutianyu + Summer Palace Simatai OR Jinshanling Longqing Gorge
4 seats Magotan/Teana 300 890 890 690 890 1090 890
6 seats Buick 450 1290 1190 1090 1290 1490 1190
8 seats Benz  550 1490 1390 1290 1490 1690 1390
14 seats Ford Transit 650 1590 1590 1690 1790 1890 1690
16 seats Joylong 750 1890 1790 1790 1990 2390 1890
22 seats Toyota Coaster 950 2190 2090 2090 2290 2690 2090
38 seats KINGLONG 1350 2890 2790 2790 2990 3390 2790

All Prices shown are in RMB (Chinese Yuan) unless otherwise stated. The driver’s working time is 9 hours daily. The extra cost is 100RMB per hour.

The cost includes:
  • City accommodation pick up/drop off,
  • Non-English/Chinese speaking driver
  • A quality vehicle with A/C
  • Transportation fees
  • Parking fees, gasoline, toll fees
The cost doesn’t include
  • entrance fees to the sites
  • a single journey of chairlift/toboggan/cable car (optional)
  • round trip of chairlift/toboggan/cable car (optional)
  • Meal and tips

FAQs

Q: Where can I board Bus No. 8 to Jinshanling Great Wall?

A: You can board Bus No. 8 at the 942 Express Bus Station Courtyard located at No. 45 Dongwai Xiejie, Dongzhimen, Beijing.

Q: How long does the bus journey from Beijing to Jinshanling take?

A: The bus journey from Beijing to Jinshanling usually takes approximately 2.5 hours, depending on traffic conditions.

Q: How much does the bus fare for Bus No. 8 to Jinshanling cost?

A: The bus fare for Bus No. 8 is 50 RMB per person for a one-way ticket, excluding the entrance ticket to the scenic area and any additional fees.

Q: What are the departure and return times for Bus No. 8?

A: Bus No. 8 departs from Dongzhimen at 8:00 AM in the morning and returns from Jinshanling at 4:00 PM in the afternoon.

Q: Can we book the Bus No. 8 to Jinshanling in advance? And if not, and if we miss it, is there another option to reach the wall?

A: Unfortunately, you cannot book Bus No. 8 to Jinshanling in advance.

However, Jinshanling usually receives fewer visitors than Badaling or Mutianyu.

So, if you get to the bus station half an hour before it departs, you should be able to find a seat.

If by any chance you miss the bus, there are no direct train services between Beijing and Jinshanling.

A good alternative in that case would be to hire a private driver to take you there.

Q: Can I take a private car or hire a driver to Jinshanling instead of using Bus No. 8?

A: Yes, it is possible to take a private car or hire a driver to Jinshanling.

For more information and tips on booking a private car/driver, you can refer to our post “Private Driver Service in Beijing.”

Final Words

Embark on a memorable adventure to Jinshanling Great Wall by following these simple instructions to reach the boarding location for Bus No. 8.

Enjoy the breathtaking views, immerse yourself in history, and create lasting memories as you explore this remarkable section of the Great Wall.

To enhance your experience at Jinshanling Great Wall, we encourage you to explore our other captivating posts filled with valuable information and intriguing insights.

These posts delve into various aspects of Jinshanling, offering you a wealth of knowledge and additional reasons to be enchanted by this remarkable historical wonder:

Ricky

31 Responses to “Simplify Your Jinshanling Great Wall Visit: Use Bus No. 8 [2024]”

    • Ricky

      Yes, it’s absolutely feasible to visit Jinshanling and return in a single day.

      Here’s a brief itinerary based on your inquiry:

      Your bus should arrive at the Jinshanling parking lot around 10:30am.
      From the parking lot, it’s a short 3-minute walk to the tourist center.
      At the tourist center, you can purchase both your entrance tickets for the Great Wall and the shuttle bus tickets.
      The shuttle bus from the tourist center to the entrance of Jinshanling takes about 5 minutes.
      From the shuttle bus drop-off point, you have approximately a 10-minute walk to reach the Great Wall itself.
      Once on the wall, if you walk eastwards towards the Jinshanling east gate, you should reach the EAST GATE by around 3pm.
      To conclude your visit, take the shuttle bus back to the parking lot, ensuring you catch the 4pm bus departing back to Beijing.

      I hope this helps, and I’m sure you’ll have an amazing time visiting the Great Wall at Jinshanling!

  1. Hello! Thank you for writing this really detailed and helpful guide. I read on some other websites that the tourist bus leaves Dongzhimen Wai Bus Station at 7:40 AM every day, not just on weekends. Is that true? I was hoping to visit on a Monday. Thank you in advance!

  2. Ricky

    Hi Holly,

    Those links you provided are super informative – I can totally see why you’d reference them. And I completely understand how differing information on the web can be quite a maze to navigate through. But hey, that’s what friends are for, right?

    I’m really glad you reached out and I’m here to help. Always feel free to shoot over any questions or if you ever need clarity on something. Ricky’s advice is on point, and following it is a good way to go.

    Looking forward to hearing about your adventures on the Great Wall! Have a blast and take lots of pictures.

  3. Lim Jet Sern

    I plan to go to jinshanling greatwall on 28/12/2023..is it open? I heard people comments saying that it will close till Mac 2024? Please advise

    • Ricky

      Great to hear you’re planning to visit Jinshanling Great Wall on 28/12/2023! I’m here to help with your query.

      Good news! Jinshanling is open all year round, so you can definitely visit it on your planned date. However, just so you know, during winter, like from December 1st this year possibly until March 2024, the east and west gates are temporarily closed. But don’t worry, you can still visit Jinshanling and enjoy its stunning views without any problem.

      • Lim Jet Sern

        Other than bus 8, I believe I can board the bus at 915 or 924 station? Is it nearby the bus number 8 station? This bus 915 or 924 will go directly to Jin shanling? I plan to take the cable car

        • Ricky

          there isn’t a direct bus from Beijing to Jinshanling. Buses 915 and 924 are great choices, but they don’t go directly to Jinshanling either.

          It’s a good idea to check out other options for your journey. Maybe a different bus line or even a private car service could work well for you.

  4. So, the bus isn’t running right now? Is there another way to get there? Also, you mention in another comment that the “east and west gates are closed”. What does that mean, exactly? Can this part of the wall still be accessed? Are there other gates?

  5. Ricky

    Firstly, about the bus – you’re right, it’s not running right now. But don’t worry! A great option for you would be to hire a private driver to take you there. It’s easy and convenient!

    Now, about the gates at Jinshanling: there are three main ones – the East Gate, West Gate, and the Main Gate. As of now, the East and West Gates are closed, but here’s the good news – the Main Gate is open! This means you can definitely access Jinshanling, no problem at all.

  6. Sara

    Hi Ricky,
    thank you for the detailed guide to visiting Jinshanling Great Wall!
    Do you know whether China National Maritime Day is considered a public holiday in (all of) China? In other words, do you think bus 8 will operate on July 11th?

    • Ricky

      Hi Sara, I’m glad you found the guide helpful! China National Maritime Day is observed on July 11th each year.

      However, it’s not considered a public holiday. It’s more of a commemorative day without the same impact on services as national holidays like Chinese New Year or National Day.

      Given this, bus 8 services should not operate on July 11th. Still, it’s always a good idea to check closer to your travel date for any specific service announcements or schedules.

      Safe travels on your journey to the Jinshanling Great Wall!

      Best,
      Ricky

      • Sara

        Thank you! We were thinking of taking the early train to Gubeikou instead since it is not reliant on traffic and then getting a taxi from there. However, many websites only mention taking the bus to Luanping and then getting a taxi to the wall. Luanping looks further away from Jinshanling Great Wall when looking at a map, though.
        Which option would you recommend?

        • Ricky

          Hi Sara, Taking the early train to Gubeikou and then a taxi to the Great Wall, specifically the Jinshanling section, can indeed be a good strategy, especially to avoid traffic and start your day early. Gubeikou is closer to Jinshanling compared to Luanping, making it a potentially quicker and more straightforward option for reaching the wall.

          While the bus to Luanping followed by a taxi is a commonly mentioned route, if you’re looking for efficiency and less travel time, the Gubeikou option might suit you better. Taking the train can also offer a more predictable journey time, as trains are less affected by road traffic conditions.

          Here are a few tips for your trip to Jinshanling Great Wall via Gubeikou:

          Check Train Schedules Early: Make sure to look at the train times and book your tickets in advance if possible, as trains can fill up quickly, especially on weekends or holidays.

          Arrange Your Taxi in Advance: If you can, try to arrange your taxi from Gubeikou to Jinshanling in advance. This can sometimes be done through your hotel or a travel service. If not, be prepared to negotiate the fare on the spot.

          Early Start: An early start not only helps in avoiding the crowds but also in experiencing the Great Wall during the quieter hours of the morning, which can be a magical experience.

          Prepare for Your Hike: Remember that the Great Wall offers varying degrees of difficulty in hiking. Wear comfortable shoes, and bring water and snacks.

          Choosing the Gubeikou train and taxi route seems like a smart choice for a more direct and possibly quicker journey to the Jinshanling section of the Great Wall. Enjoy your trip!

    • Ricky

      Hi Matt, Thanks for reaching out. Just received updates from the bus company on April 2nd confirming that bus no. 8 operateing from Beijing to Jinshanling now is available on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays. Happy travels!

  7. Anke

    Hello Ricky, thank you very much for your helpfull guide! One more question: Can I find the schedule for Line Nr 8 and current informations online to check it out some days before we are going? Thank you for answering.
    Kind regards
    Anke

    • Ricky

      Hi Anke, Thank you very much for your kind words!

      Regarding your question about Line No. 8, there isn’t any online info for this line. Your best bet is to visit the bus station and talk to the staff there. They can give you the latest schedule and any other details you need. Hope this helps you plan better!

    • Ricky

      Hi Chris,

      Absolutely, just received updates from the bus company on April 2nd confirming that bus 8 will be operating on Saturday, April 13th. While bus schedules may vary due to different factors, such as holidays or special events, Bus 8 typically follows its regular schedule, even on weekends.

      Wishing you a fantastic journey,

      Ricky

  8. Manuel

    Hi Ricky – many thanks for the detailed info, it´s super helpful for people visiting the Great Wall. Reading the post I understood bus #8 takes people form Beijing to Jinshanling but, after reading the comments section I am a bit confused as your replies seem a bit unconsistent. Just to clarify and double check, is there a bus available on the weekends? (I guess that´s the case as shown in the picture above). Many thanks!

    • Ricky

      Hi Manuel, yes, we just received updates from the bus company on April 2nd confirming this schedule. There is a bus available on weekends from Beijing to Jinshanling. Specifically, a tourist bus operates from Beijing to Jinshanling, and it is available on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays. The bus departs from Beijing at 8:00 AM and returns from Jinshanling at 4:00 PM.

    • Ricky

      Hi James,

      If you’re looking to get from Beijing (Sanlitun) to your destination on Friday, April 12th, and the direct bus isn’t an option, here are three good ways to go:

      1: Gubei Water Town Bus Transfer: First, catch the bus to Gubei Water Town from Dongzhimen Outer. Once you arrive at the parking lot, you can get a local chartered car to take you to Jinshanling about 40 minutes before you get there. Check out this post for more details: https://wildgreatwall.com/reaching-gubei-water-town-from-beijing-public-transport/

      2: Suburban Train S501/S502: You can take the S501 train from Beijing North (Xizhimen) at 6:58 AM, arriving at Gubeikou at 9:23 AM. For coming back, the S502 leaves Gubeikou at 10:00 AM and gets back to Beijing North at 12:30 PM. A one-way ticket costs 12 yuan. From Gubeikou train station, you can charter a car to Jinshanling and back.

      3: Charter a Car for Comfort: If the train or bus times don’t suit you, especially if you’re after comfort or want to catch a sunset, you might prefer chartering a car from Beijing directly to your destination and back. The drive one way takes about 2.5 hours.

      I hope this helps you plan your trip better.

  9. Daniel

    Hi Ricky. I came across your website and it’s very informative. Can you help me with a few questions please?
    – will east gate be open for exit in May? We are thinking to do the hike from main gate to east gate, if east gate is closed what other scenic hike do you recommend?
    – your article mention take shuttle bus to the gate, I read somewhere else mention a cable car?
    – do you recommend combining a day time visit to JinShanLing with night time visit to Simatai?

    Thanks!!

    • Ricky

      Hi Daniel,

      Thanks for reaching out with your questions, I’m glad you found our website helpful!

      East Gate Opening: Yes, the East Gate will be open for exit in May, closing at 5 PM. If you start your hike early from the Main Gate, just make sure to reach the East Gate by 5 PM.

      Transport Options: You can use a mini golf car to go from the parking lot to the main entrance, which is quicker and fun! As for the cable car, it’s available at Jinshanling Great Wall.

      Mini Golf Car: The parking lot at Jinshanling is approximately 2.5 kilometers from the main gate/entrance. You have two options to reach the gate: take a mini golf car which will get you there in about 7 minutes, or enjoy a scenic 20-minute walk if you’re in the mood for a bit of adventure. Choose whatever suits you best!

      Regarding the cost of the mini golf car, it’s quite simple: a one-way trip costs 10 RMB. If you opt for a round trip, it’s more economical at 20 RMB total. We aim to make your trip as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

      Day to Night Visit: Visiting Jinshanling during the day and Simatai in the evening is a great idea if you have enough time. Both places offer unique views and experiences.

  10. Chris

    Hi Ricky

    I just wanted to say thank you for this blog. I found it a few months before travelling to Beijing with my wife and two teenagers. We had seen how busy Badaling gets and seen how beautiful Jinshangling looked and had decided to visit this section. However being in a budget I wasn’t sure we would be able to visit Jinshangling. Your blog and your previous reply to me gave me the confidence to try the weekend bus . What a great experience. For anyone thinking of taking this bus then it is very simple. Ensure you read Ricky’s instructions from the Subway and you will be fine. I did go and find it the previous night so that I wasn’t in as much of a rush in the morning. But following the instructions is simple enough. Cash us fine to pay the driver. You can pay for a single one way fare and pay the return fare on your way back. The entrance to the wall area is simple. A short golf cart ride and then either a pleasant 20 minute walk to the wall or a cable car. We walked up as the line for the cable car was very slow. ( The wall was quiet but the cable car line very slow) Once on the wall it’s breathtaking. A once in a lifetime moment of wow… Fitness levels need to be reasonable but you don’t need to be a mountain goat. There are a few stalls up there but nothing that gets in your way. We were able to get an ice cream which was much appreciated. The cable car down was slow so allow time for this.

    The bus stops exactly where you expect it to and is a comfortable journey back to Beijing. Allow time to be late as Beijing traffic can be bad. And don’t worry if the bus gets stopped by police. It’s just an I’d check.

    Remember very little English is spoken. But a polite smile and a translator app work wonders.

    Thanks again Ricky. Your blog is much appreciated

    Chris

    • Ricky

      Hi Chris,

      Thank you so much for your kind words and for sharing your experience! I’m thrilled to hear that you and your family had a great time visiting Jinshangling and that the blog helped make your trip smoother.

      It’s fantastic to know that the weekend bus worked out well for you and that my instructions were helpful. Your tips and observations will surely help other travelers who are planning to explore this beautiful section of the Great Wall.

      Thanks again for reading the blog and for taking the time to write this lovely feedback. I hope your future travels bring even more wonderful experiences!

      Best regards,

      Ricky

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