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Shizhuang Garden was another fee requiring section of the island. Within the grounds were two buildings of the piano museum that had an extensive collection of unique pianos that would impress even the non-musicians. The zigzag bridge along the coast and the cave rock formations...More
There is a fee to enter this garden, RMB30 per adult but it is worth to pay the entrance fee. Upon entry, there is a museum of personal artifacts and collection of antiques. This museum is fully air conditioned so it was a good way...More
This is a beautiful seaside garden. Shuzhuang Garden (Chinese: 菽庄花园) was built in 1913 in the south of Gulangyu Island. Originally a private villa of the prestigious local squire Lin Erjia, Shuzhuang Garden was donated to the country in 1955. The garden was built according...More
Besides Sunlight Rock, this is another popular attraction. The garden is well maintained and the layout is well designed, facing the sea and the hill. I particularly enjoyed the walk on the forty four bridge along the coast, with great view of the sea and...More
We enjoyed walking around the garden very much. The rock maze was fun and the view from zigzag bridge was nice I'm not a music person, so, i don't quite get the piano museums. I recommend spending about 2 - 3 hours there.
Our tour group visited the Shuzhuang Garden on the way to the Piano Museum. This place used to be a private villa of Lin Erjia, a wealthy businessman from Taiwan. The villa and the surrounding gardens were a replica of his father’s residence in Taipei,...More
the gardens are very well maintained and you can spend a good 2 hour walk to visit all its locations. the rock wall is amazing. the piano museum must be seen. sometimes someone from the museum will play music and they play very well. there...More
Requires a fee of RMB30 to enter the garden but it is actually on the way to the Piano Museum. So it is worth it to visit 2 places at a small fee.
The garden is beautiful with nicely manicured plants and especially interesting is...More