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We were so lucky as it was bright sunshine and blue sky when we visited this park. Amazing sculptures and history, very nice for a Sunday stroll. There is a lake where you can sit and eat or just enjoy the view. If you can...More
Where else can you see so much honor bestowed upon a poet? This is a gorgeous park based on its natural splendor, shaded walking trails, coi-filled ponds, and serene setting alone. Add to that the sculptures, iconic carvings of DuFu's most famous poems, and his...More
Very nice, tranquil park that has bamboo lined paths that keep both the sun and the rain off, but all the park exhibits are rather dull. You won't lose any sleep if you don't see any of them, yet the park entrance fee of 60CNY...More
As with most Chinese parks there are many rules, no dogs, no leaving the path, etc, but this doesn't detract from the fact that this is a beautiful place. Plenty of variety, lots of shady places under massive bamboo woodland. Tea houses, kite flying areas...More
This park is huge, and wonderful. Birds and water all over the place. It's enormous though, and can take ages to wander through. Plenty to see, and plenty of destinations if you want them. Plenty of tea gardens. People playing cards and mah jong. Bring...More
This is a great park where you could easily spend a few hours. Besides beautiful trees and flowers, there are fish ponds where you could buy fish feed in the form of milk bottles, and lakes where lots of herons and other wild birds gather....More
Take the day and pack some snacks and head out to this park. Don't forget your book! The south west section of the park has tea houses and a great view of the river junction. One of the nicest parks I've come across in China.
We walked through the park with a private guide who was most helpful in explaining the the types of birds and flowers and particularly the various activities of the many groups of locals who were exercising, keeping fit, painting and playing a foot variety of...More