Guyi Garden

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Jo-Ann
Shanghai, China15,177 contributions
Huge and quiet
Mar 2021 • Couples
A lot more quiet than a lot of gardens. There were early blooms of plum and cherry blossoms here now. There’s a huge bamboo forest here. Entrance fee was 12 Yuan. Quite a lot to see and photograph.
Written March 15, 2021
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KodoDrummer
Yekaterinburg, Russia64,064 contributions
Beautiful Jiāngnán-style garden
Jun 2020
A very beautiful Jiāngnán-style garden of flowers, spectacular rock formations, trees, pavilions, shrines, pond, bridges, stepping stones through the pond, Koi fish, bamboo plants, and more.
Written June 9, 2020
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Richarda9094
Tweed Heads, Australia1,341 contributions
Rambling garden, lacking colour
Oct 2019
A rambling, formerly private garden. Minimal signage was displayed, and what existed was in Chinese only. The garden contained hardly any colour and the plants were in dire need of water. Having seen the superbly maintained city street plantings, in comparison this place came in a very poor second.
The most enjoyable aspect of our visit was seeing some local people dancing in an open area. Their enjoyment, particularly that of one lady, was palpable.
Written November 7, 2019
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Mike X
Chicago, IL1,836 contributions
Pick your times
May 2019 • Solo
Don't go during weekends or holidays and it's a peaceful place. It's right next to the subway station so it's easy to get to. Nothing really special in terms of history but ok to walk around.
Written May 4, 2019
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CarSteHolden
Manchester, UK391 contributions
Surprising find
Sep 2017 • Friends
Found this place whilst walking around the town. Beautiful garden which was a pleasure to walk around.
Written August 21, 2018
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John T
Shanghai, China688 contributions
Quiet and peaceful
Jul 2018 • Solo
It's a bit of a journey out to Nanxiang on line 11 but well worth it. The crowds are quite small and it's easy to find peace and quiet in these gardens. They are well maintained with lots of different views and features.
Written July 22, 2018
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poh lah
48 contributions
Beautiful and relaxing place
Jun 2018 • Family
No regrets coming here. Weather was great which made the trip even more enjoyable. Nice sceneries and architecture in the garden. Has a children playground inside where lots of families congregate. Some locals were playing card games there too. One of the highlights of my trip to Shanghai.
Written June 10, 2018
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Scott P
Houston, TX181 contributions
Heaven in the middle of city
Feb 2018 • Couples
Went there with no expectations and was blown away. It was right before Chinese New Year and the plants were just starting to bud. I am sure next month it will be great. Regardless it was still a beautiful and tranquil place in the city. The grounds were well kept and everything was described in both Chinese and English. The price was only a few dollars and well worth it. I will go again
Written February 13, 2018
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Chinagirlz5
Shanghai, China30 contributions
A must see!
Jan 2018 • Family
The gardens are just beautiful, we highly recommend it! Very well taken care of and even though we went in winter, the park was very beautiful and peaceful! There is a brand new playground where children can run and play. Note that you can cut through the mall ( access exit 2) to make the walk shorter from the Subway to the Gardens. Entrance is free for children up to 6 years old.
Written January 14, 2018
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sureshbabu2017
Shanghai, China97 contributions
One of Shanghai's Five Classical Gardens
Oct 2017 • Solo
Walkable distance from Nanxiang Metro Station, this garden is a must for lovers of chinese classical gardens. The introduction at the entrance describes this garden has an area of 16.57 acres, so visitors advised to spend at least one full day to enjoy Guyi Garden in detail. A small shop inside the garden sells cute chinese style wooden handicrafts at affordable prices.
Written October 30, 2017
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