Enjoyed the environment here, you can get completely lost in it - if it wasn't for the locals you'd never know you were in China! beautiful place
Good to come here in the mornings for a nice walk. There are couple of routes that range anywhere from 2-5km. Park is well maintained and there are frequent patrols from the park security on motorbikes. Aside from the main gate where there are a lot of locals making more noise than music, this place is really nice to come... More
This is also a lovely place for reading or a bit of badminton! If you feel like a good laugh you can have a bit of ride on the boats on the lake! If you like running or walking you can walk up the "mountain" to the lantern! May take about an hour up and down! Great view once at... More
I really enjoy this park and go often for walks around with my friends. There are many things that can be said about this park, but I'm just going to say a few. I love the pathways and how they wind through the temples and waterways. I really like the smells of the park. I hope the construction finishes soon!
We came here in National Holiday, it was quite busy. We walked to the to the top to the Lantern.Not good to do when it is still hot. After we rode in a little boat which between 3 of us was quite fun.
We hired a boat and paddled around the lake for a half hour or so at a small fee. We took a walk around the park, and walked up to the top of the lantern, a few steps later ad we were at the top to see the view- pretty on a clear day.
Loved visiting this clean and local park while staying nearby at The Pullman Hotel. The busiest day was Saturday with many families out strolling and picnicking. Walking to the top where the red lantern is and back down takes approximately 40 minutes but that does not include rest break at the top. Loved walking with the local residents and watch... More
The walk to the lantern at the top of Qifeng Mountain will take you about an hour round-trip, and on a clear day (which can be rare) you can see a fair distance over the city. There are usually some interesting local sights to be seen - some on weekends, some very day - such as a middle-aged gentleman with... More
I use Qifeng park most weekends to walk my dog. I generally access the park from of the bar street gates and walk around the lake watching fishermen or people playing badminton. Recently they completed construction of 2 new foot bridges allowing access to the opposite Huying park. This has created a huge and wonderful park and tracks of 8kms.... More
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