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All reviews petrified forest fairy lake buddhist temple huge garden six hours buy a ticket different attractions massive park downtown shenzhen rmb per person nice walk worth a visit nice place day trip plants paleontology cactus
I visited this garden on Sunday 30 Sep 18, after the typhoon Mangkhut.
Although the ground of this botanical garden is very large, there were actually not many things to see, especially plants and flowers.
Some of the areas were either closed off or still...More
- lots of plaints
- huge garden with lake
- not full of people
- suitable for walk with family with kids
- greenery and temple everywhere
- have to walk quite far from the entrance
- one way bus only...More
I went here a few days ago. This place is so big, don’t expect to explore all the attractions in this place in one day. I walked via hiking path. You can see an amazing view once you get to the top. You can also...More
Buy your tickets just before the gate, it's only 15 RMB per person, free if you're over 60 y.o. Then I suggest to buy the 3 RMB bus ticket to take you to the temple.
You can visit the temple by going up to the...More
Fairy Lake Botanical Garden is a huge park conveniently located near Central Shenzhen. I was able to hop on the 382 bus, which went directly there, however, due to major traffic trying to get into the park, the bus finally allowed us to get off...More
On a recent trip in December 2017 I had time on my hands, and the Fairy Lake Botanical Gardens was a life- saver( I went four times in the end and there were still many paths to explore).Arriving at Huangbeiling on Line 5 of the...More
It's the best Botanical garden I've ever visited. The best time to go is in winter, as you can spend the whole day walking without sweating. Good for hiking trip, family trip or even solo.
Better to bring you lunch and bottles of water
Opening hours: they stop selling tickets at 6pm (we're not sure if you can just go in for free afterwards) but you can still stay in the park. It's pretty dark in some places but some are still nice. There's actually still a lot of...More