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Cuiwei Pavilion

9 Reviews
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Cuiwei Pavilion

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thatgirlnamedbibi wrote a review Jul 2017
Nijlen7 contributions1 helpful vote
We saw this pavilion when we were in the citybcenter of guiyang. It's located next to/above the river. To me to pavilion looked quite old and in need of renovation. We wanted to get closer and explore it on the inside but since we had a little baby with us in a stroller it was not possible.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Travelingmaven wrote a review Jan 2017
Chicago, IL292 contributions159 helpful votes
The Jiaxiu Pavilion and Cuiwei Garden from the Ming Dynasty are a lovely place to spend some time while in Guiyang. The Pavilion imposingly looms next to the river bank, yet the entire complex of buildings invites exploration. Since it is the dominant ancient architectural feature in the city, it is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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ScottishNathan wrote a review Jun 2015
Bengaluru, India102 contributions20 helpful votes
Lovely little gardens in the shadow of a muncipal school. Beautiful cherry blossom trees and an interesting collection of wood carvings. An elderly Chinese man has an artist's studio at the rear of the Pavilion. Combine with Jiaxiu Tower as a good way of spending an hour in the heart of Guiyang.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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Monika1958 wrote a review Jun 2014
Zhuhai, China215 contributions117 helpful votes
The Cuiwei Garden which houses a or more (I am not sure if they belong together) tea houses is located right next to Jiaxiu Tower. It consist of "old" structures and lots of areas where they serve tea. You can also see calligraphy artist at work and of course purchase them among some other trinkets.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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    When is Cuiwei Pavilion open?
    Cuiwei Pavilion is open:
    • Sun - Sat 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM