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One of my favourite spots in the city. Lovely walkways around the Lake and plenty of places to get out of the heat with walkways on islands in the Lake. It has real history - started in 282 AD and has grown since. Fuzhou Museum...More
Fuzhou Xihu Park is located in downtown Fuzhou and has a history of 1,700+ years. It is the best-preserved classical garden in Fuzhou and honored as "pearl of gardening in Fuzhou". Listed among the best of the 36 Xihu (West Lake) Parks in China, it...More
West Lake Park is always crowded but is well worth the visit. Beautiful bonsai poised against antique walls, views of the city over the lake, boating on the lake - all are reasons why this park has been around for over 1,000 years. Definitely a...More
A lovely park for a stroll. Apparently also locals enjoy this atmosphere so it easily can become crowded. At night the buildings are illuminated with loud colored lights. I assume it's popular in China to illuminate everything, but I prefer the beauty of the park...More
It's quite a big Park. Can spend 1-2 hours. There is paddle boat, manual and motorised. If you take that, add another 40 mins. Nice to walk around. Kids will enjoy. After that, can walk 10-15 mins to San fang qi xiong.
Visited with family in November, It is a nice city park, good for a bit of exercise and fresh air. But it is not magnificent...don't expect a NYC Central Park-caliber experience. it could be quite special if they cleaned up the water anbd invested a...More
Honored as the Lungs of City, Xihu Park is located on Hubin Road in the north of Fuzhou and at the foot of Wolong Mountain and it is by bar the fullest-preserved classical park of Fuzhou. It comprises three islands, i.e. Kaihua Island, Xieping Island...More