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Presidential palace of Nanjing

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Presidential palace of Nanjing

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No.292 East Changjiang Road, Baixia District, Nanjing 210018 China
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3-Hour Nanjing Authentic Local Food Tour by Public Transportation
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3-Hour Nanjing Authentic Local Food Tour by Public Transportation

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One of China’s royal capitals, Nanjing has a rich food tradition. Discover it, without the expense of a driver, on this intimate walking tour, with pickup and drop-off by public transport. Sip, snack, and slurp your way through up to 15 different items as your private guide leads you through the shops and stalls of Confucius Temple Market and Laomendong. Choose between lunch or dinner tours to suit your schedule.
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just_jim5 wrote a review Aug 2020
Martins Ferry, Ohio120 contributions19 helpful votes
We arrived at 2:30pm on Tuesday 8/04/2020. No more tickets available. This is probably due to Covid-19. We got in on Wednesday by showing up at 9:30am. Americans need their passport and their health code (suikang) to get in.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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GettingThere wrote a review Aug 2020
Shanghai, China4 contributions1 helpful vote
I was excited to see this place to find out more about who ran the country during the Republic of China period and how it was run, but there wasn't much information about this (perhaps because Dr. Sun Yat-sen's offices were being renovated when I visited). It was interesting to hear about the Heavenly Kingdom period, though, as I had never really thought about them as having a ruling entity (I had mostly heard about them causing havoc for the Qing Dynasty) and to hear a bit about rule of the area during the late Qing Dynasty (both entities ruled from this spot).
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sak I wrote a review Jan 2020
Orange, Australia406 contributions221 helpful votes
The presidential palace of Nanjing is very different from that of Taibei. This one is very spacious and worth staying a couple of hours. It seems that the palace is more popular among Chinese people than foreigners, but it is still one of the best tourist attractions for anybody in Nanjing.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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david chiu wrote a review Dec 2019
Toronto, Canada41 contributions18 helpful votes
It is more of an office building with a big garden surrounding it which is well kept. Not a big area and one can complete the tour within two hours or so but you have to pay (RMB 40 or 20 for senior of 60+) to enter. It is close to downtown area and subway station and after that one can walk to Ming Palace (a small Palace) and the Nanjing Museum which are free to enter.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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tsai95862016 wrote a review Dec 2019
Orange County, California480 contributions28 helpful votes
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Visiting the historical site is the best way to understand the histry better than the text book! This place explained back in 1912 when ROC is established, the merits they had accomplished n so fort!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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