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Du Fu Cottage

No.37 Qinghua Street, Qingyang District, Chengdu 610072, China
+86 28 8665 4780
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No.37 Qinghua Street, Qingyang District, Chengdu 610072, China
+86 28 8665 4780
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is one of many fine attractions within Huan Huaxi Park. Visitors can walk inside and go from room to room, looking at authentic furnishings. It's humbling to see how little in the way of creature comforts this poet enjoyed, yet how his work continues...More

Thank Professor-Kunich
Reviewed 1 week ago

Du Fu is a great and famous poet in Chinese history, when students enter schools, they will start to learn his poetry. Du Fu was from Tang Dynasty of China, about 1300 years ago, this cottage in Chengdu is the most famous one in China,...More

Thank Amy X
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This park has some lovely sculptures and quiet spots to sit. It also features the cottage and poetry of a famous Chinese poet Dudu. A lovely place for a stroll.

Thank FantasticFifties
Reviewed June 11, 2017

A park including some sites for Dufu, his poetry and some more poets. Well maintained, and there were some photo locations.

Thank lelantos0517
Reviewed June 6, 2017

This historical place is definitely under-rated by most. It is well-kept , & very well-maintained and nicely managed by the County. You can easily spend half a day there as all the Chinese Gardens and Ponds are a delightful sight to all eyes. And for...More

Thank jacksonleungcs
Reviewed May 30, 2017 via mobile

A place for a famous poet. The place was big and beautiful with nice pathways, old buildings, and places to pray. I would not recommend this for families with young children, however for people interested in history and poets.

Thank Andreas H
Reviewed May 24, 2017

Perfect place for a stroll after a nicely spiced Sichuan meal! Like most Chinese gardens, this park offers lots of "hidden" spots that make it a joy to explore. Bamboos, stone landscape, koi pond, pagodas, majestic trees,...and the poems of Dufu; all the classic ingredients...More

Thank charley c
Reviewed May 11, 2017

This is a place of great cultural importance to the Chinese. It is beautiful, serene and historically interesting. May I suggest though that as a tourist, bone up on the poetry. There are English translations all over the net. His poetry is simple but evocative....More

Thank Greguke
Reviewed May 4, 2017

I visited many gardens and parks al over China, but this one is just so beautiful and amazing. I spent 2 hours there and felt it was not enough. Full ticket price was 60 CNY.

Thank soluszyn
Reviewed April 27, 2017

If you like strolling around parks in relative peace, this is the place to come. First came here 10 years ago, but as it was raining we didn't stay long. Decided to give it another go and was amazed at how large it is. As...More

Thank Megan-Cheltenham
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Response from Travelingmaven | Reviewed this property |
We saw no construction in October, 2016.
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Response from KelseyFay | Reviewed this property |
Hi! While most things are in Chinese and take a little more time to figure it, it's very possible. If you have an iPhone, it's actually very easy to figure out the bus routes even if you don't speak Chinese. Put in where... More