The most revered of the five sacred Taoist mountains of China, Mt. Tai has since the dawn of Chinese history been a great source of inspiration for poets, writers and painters. In 1982, the UNESCO designated Mt. Tai a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site. You may choose to skip the cable car and conquer the entire 6000 steps on foot.
China || Mount Taishan. The sacred Mount Tai ('shan' means 'mountain') was the object of an imperial cult for nearly 2,000 years, and the artistic masterpieces found there are in perfect harmony with the natural landscape. It has always been a source of inspiration for Chinese artists and scholars and symbolizes ancient Chinese civilizations and beliefs.
Mount Tai (Taishan), Tai'an, China -- Regarded as the first of China’s five sacred mountains of Taoism, Mount Tai is located just north of Tai'an City, in China’s coastal Shandong Province. The mountain served as a sacred retreat for emperors during the ancient Zhou Dynasty, and was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1987.
The Immortal Bridge: A landscape located in the Mount Tai, which has been a worshipped ceremonial center for the last 3000 years. Mt Tai is one of the ‘Five Sacred Mountains’ and it is associated with sunrise, rebirth, beginning.