Living a Cultural Life in Monga
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Guided Tour: Living a Cultural Life in Monga

Monga Quasi Museum Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MongaQuasiMuseum/

Scenic Sight:
●Xinfu Market
●Bopiliao Historic Block
●Qingshui Temple
●Guiyang Street (Laomingyu Incense Shop)
●Monga Qingshan Temple
●Longshan Temple
●Herb Alley
●Monga Park/Longshan Temple Underground Shopping Mall (Monga Longshan Culture &Creative B2)

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