A great place to see how the locals relax - not visited by many Chinese tourists. Card playing, singing and Tai Chi
We did not see the promised chess playing, it was a few domino players nad most low stakes and some high stakes card games - very interesting people watching...
The park gets very busy during the day, but with wonderful local culture. Outside the gates there are sellers of all sorts of local medicines and herbs. Inside the park you find paths, and many elderly citizens playing cards, mah jong, and lots of others watching on. There is also an amusement ride area with some hideous machines for young... More
Yangshuo is a small town amidst spectacular mountain and river scenery. I usually prefer to find my own way round without a guide but here it really is necessary to have a good local guide. Stina was excellent: good English, helpful, knowledgeable, sensible, reliable, honest.
I love this park, its great for relaxation, and always like to watch all the locals dancing in the evening...seems the whole town turn out some nights ! Plenty of places nearby to get your ice cream or ice teas !
Park itself is average but the local people playing cards, doing Chinese cultural performances inside makes it unique. Some of park areas were under construction. You can take nice pictures outside the park with beautiful mountain landscape.
There is little that is free in China, and this is one of them that is worth doing. The locals are out and about in this area, so you can enjoy seeing people playing instruments, playing games, and just being. The walk up to the pavilions is easy and nice. The stairs are behind the kid's arcade rides. There are... More
This is a free park near the bus station and has a high hill with a little pagoda pavilion on top. It is a bit of a steep climb but very interesting to see the town and surrounding hills from the top.
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