Xiamen Jimei Jiageng Park

Xiamen Jimei Jiageng Park: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Xiamen Jimei Jiageng Park Reviews: 4/5

Xiamen Jimei Jiageng Park
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ROCruiser
Claremont, CA4,531 contributions
Huge Park
Aug 2019
This park is right near the former residence of Mr. Chen Jiageng. It's a huge park with much to see. Beautiful pavilions, museum, and memorial of Mr. Chen all located within this park. Being right by the beach made this a scenic spot and even in the hot summer day when we were there it was breezy enough for us to be comfortable.
Written May 10, 2020
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Bwefar8
Amsterdam, The Netherlands84 contributions
Nice place for a walk
Jul 2018
Xiamen’s summer heat, the sun and the Humidity make a walk around Jimei Jiageng Park hard but it’s a place with nice sights. Spending a couple of hours at the area is more than enough
Written July 30, 2018
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MikeJuliya
Colombo, Sri Lanka643 contributions
Nice area
Nov 2017 • Friends
This area is well developed.
You can find a lot of things and new things from this area.
I enjoyed..
Written December 11, 2017
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kirkmcdowall
Wellington, New Zealand132 contributions
Nice place to explore
May 2017 • Friends
A very nice place to explore if it's a good day. A number of temples and large parks and walk around in. Would recommend if you're in the area
Written May 18, 2017
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iamface
East Sussex, UK1,337 contributions
sea side & peaceful place
Jun 2016
quite big & we could take strolling around the place. to see the building, the tree also sea side. not so crowded and relaxing place. not bad
Written July 1, 2016
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Garfield_1990
London, UK341 contributions
Nice scenery and good for a stroll around
Nov 2014 • Family
So I'm not sure which is the actual park bit, but I guess the lake must be the feature of it. The lake is quite big and does take a while to walk around the perimeter of it, especially if you go in and out of the shops!!! We also visited the guilai garden, but didn't go into any of the large buildings, the statue of Mr Tan Kah Kee is interesting and the story about him given by the tour guide is informative.

We managed to buy a tea set here with two cups and a teapot for display at home for the glass cabinet. The price of these tea sets range from okay to extortionate in some of the shops. There is also a jade shop and the pieces of jade inside are HUGE and unaffordable for some of us!!!

I did notice there was a crocodile zoo which we didn't have time to go into. We didn't go into any buildings, we just went for a nice stroll along the lake and visited the small shops around the lake for an hour.

Also there are little stalls selling pineapples and BBQ/grilled corn etc which are nice, the baby pineapples are really sweet and juicy around 3 yen, and then corn is 3 cobs for 10 yen which goes down a treat if you are looking for a healthy snack!!

PS - go on a tour if you are desperate - I say this as you may end up being sold crap & end up in tourist traps, we ended up in two shops which kept selling us junk for about 3 hours, not even including the time it took to travel to these shops and it was an absolute waste of the tour where the time could be spent looking around rather than being bombarded by idiots trying to sell you stuff.
Written December 1, 2014
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Ozjane
Hawkesbury Valley, Australia297 contributions
Unexpected and interesting
Oct 2014 • Friends
Visited on our last day in Xiamen, on the guides it is listed as the Tan Kah Kee Memorial Area, we travelled there via a hire car. Only had a few hours but plan for a bit longer.
The gardens are wonderful sitting on the waterfront and worth just walking around here.
We really enjoyed the story of Mr Tan Kah Kee as told in the Memorial Museum.
He was a 'returnee' - he grew up in Xiamen, joined his father in Singapore where he experienced phenomenal success in all sorts of businesses; gave millions to establish schools, university, health facilities, community facilities etc. He turned what was a small fishing village (now the Jimei district) into a educational precinct. He went broke in the 1930's, made some more money and continued to spend money on the community. He became a Mao supporter and contributed to the revolution and its aftermath. He was a passionate believer in education for everyone - the way forward as it were, to a successful future. A remarkable man even with the spin.
The museum itself is fresh and modern with outstanding exhibits on the life of this man.
There is a massive and elegant park in which there is a huge 3 storey hall celebrating his life and achievements. There were other buildings scattered around the park which we didn't get to see.
it was an unexpected and very pleasant way to spend our last day in Xiamen.
Written November 18, 2014
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mrscamel
Hong Kong, China50 contributions
Worth a visit
Jun 2014 • Family
Was not expecting such a beautiful memorial hall (of the late Mr. Tan Kah Kee) and the surrounding greens - horticulture at its best with different trees thoughtfully planted throughout. Lots of places for kids to run, and a beautiful coast to stroll along, contemplate etc. Majestic view. Only thing is you need to think of transportation - not easy to hail a taxi but we got a driver's card so was able to call for cars to pick us up.
Written June 3, 2014
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Limoli
Xiamen, China5 contributions
not bad
Jan 2013 • Solo
nice park with lots of green and music in the background. typicall chinese park... good for a walk, contemplating a view.
Written February 27, 2013
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RLam70
Singapore, Singapore43 contributions
Worth visit
Dec 2012 • Family
Occupy a relative huge area. Together with the Turtle Garden, Returning Garden and the former residence of Mr. Tan Kah Kee and Tan Kah Kee Memorial Hall. Prepare to walk and spend at least 2 hours to visit the site.
Written December 9, 2012
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  • Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM