Dayu Shenhua Park

Dayu Shenhua Park, Wuhan: Tickets, Tours, Address, Dayu Shenhua Park Reviews: 4/5

Dayu Shenhua Park

Tours and Tickets

7 reviews
Very good

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia71 contributions
Park to have a leisure walk
Oct 2018 • Family
A recreational park filled with the Dayu Myth, presented by rock statue. While walking along the park, read the story to understand more on the myth. Besides, the view here is too beautiful.
The toilet here is clean!
Written October 26, 2018
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Josmond A
20 contributions
Simply beautiful
Jul 2018 • Couples
I have seen a few parks around Wuhan and.I genuinely feel this is among one of the best. Its free to enter but there are some paid services if you would like such as the children's play area and transportation around the park. It seems a park that celebrates the character Yu in Chinese culture and don't worry if you don't know who that is you will leave the park being a scholar on his life. There are many interesting sculptures throughout the park, ponds, and other scenic areas that make for terrific photo opportunities. Its also alongside the yangtze river so at night the shoreline lights up like christmas its kool. If you make it there try out the little cafe area in the central plaza and take in the view quite relaxing. And that's just some of the perks of this place, its well maintained and family friendly too. Two thumbs up!
Written July 29, 2018
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Sharon R
Omaha, Nebraska, United States322 contributions
Friendly and calming green space on the Yangtze River bank
Jun 2014 • Friends
This park memoralizes Yu the Great, the Xia Emporer who dedicated his life to taming the Yellow River. The park stretches along the banks of the Yangtze, from the Qingchuan Cabinet to under the Yangtze River Bridge. Large natural stones have been sculpted with scenes of Yu's life, and there is a massively carved frieze of yellow marble which includes a bronze sculpture of dragon-horses carrying Yu to survey his work. There is a riverboat landing for catching one of the smaller, less crowded boats that cross the river and take you below Hu Bu Xiang (Snack Alley). This is your chance to put your feet in the Yangtze, as a paved area and steps take you to the water's edge. Graceful light poles which are made with shades in the image of the nearby Qingchuan Cabinet temple line the stone pathways. Stop for refreshments in air-conditioned comfort at the juice and coffee shop located behind the carved frieze. Other sculptures fill this very large park which is ideal for flying kites, renting a 3-wheeled bike, and viewing boats as they ply the river.
Written June 7, 2014
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