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I flew from Kuala Lumpur via Airasia to Xian and commenced my 11-day exploration to the north west of China along the ancient silk road in Gansu province. Eleven days is not enough for me to travel the lengthy ancient silk road stretching from Xian...More
You really need to allot a day to explore this park in full and it's unlikely you'll see all that it offers. It's free to visit and all of the temples, pavilions, museums etc., are all free to see. There is a small zoo and...More
I have lived in this city for 4 years and have been to this park in all seasons. Obviously, it is at its best in the spring and summer, since many of the small attractions are closed in the coldest months. Still, I went here...More
I have made multiple visits to this park. Beautiful gardens, classical buildings, temples. There is also a zoo (depressing, by western standards) and an amusement park (haven't been). There is also a cable car to the highest peak (the name Wuquan means 5 peaks). There...More
This is the biggest park of Lanzhou on the highest mountain. It contains zoo, small amusement park, lift to the top of the mountain, a lot of temples and beautiful places. I fall in love with this park!
Like all serious parks in China, the main attraction is the people who hang out here. Whether it's the line-dancing ladies or the men doing calligraphy on the paving stones or the impromptu opera, you will be mesmerized by the sheer scope of human activity....More
Take the gondola to the top the mountain to get a crazy perspective of China's push for modernization and it's income inequality. One side of the mountain offers industrial views while the other side is beautiful green countryside. The last gondola returns early, though, I...More
This park is on a mountain easily reachable by bus. There was no large entrance fee and only small charges for places within the park like the zoo was only 6rmb. Even though the zoo is pretty much concrete i was amazed at the variety...More
Going to this park was one of my favorite things we did while in China. When we drove up we could see 40-50 locals doing dance in a big courtyard. As we walked on, we saw older people playing hacky sack, badmitton, singing as a...More