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We took a small taxi from Zumiao to the location, only to find it closed for renovations. Spoke to other tourists standing outside park and they said that they were told it would open the following year.
Three week’s ago we were going here but started out far too late so visited QianDeng Lake instead.
We headed off to the bus stop to get the bus to FeiXiang Park where we took Line 2 south to GongYuanXian where we changed onto Line...More
I took a day off after a work visit. Read about Liang's Garden many times but wasn't sure about it. I final decided to visit and discovered the pics on the web didn't do the place justice.
Eventhough ticket was only ¥10, the place is...More
It is not a big mansion compare with other similar sites in China. It is well maintained and carries a peaceful and comfortable atmosphere on a quiet day. Beautiful garden and traditional Lingnan style house. You should check it out when time permits.
This place is so close to the city centre that it would be a real shame to miss it!The park is somewhat typical to other Chinese 'parks' with pavilions, water features,bridges and old buildings but what makes it more interesting is the sheer collection of...More
Calm, insulated from sound, well maintained.
Quite average. Has small pavilions, a Chinese garden, pond etc. For a first time traveller to China, its worth visiting, for an old hand like me, I found it below standards. There are more beautiful places to go to.
Continuing the theme of finding great attractions in Foshan, the Liang Gardens have history, cultural significance and a wonderful serenity within the hustle and bustle of a (smaller) city in China. It is one of the 4 most significant gardens in Quandong Province. Built in...More
We had really a good time and enjoyed the beautiful buildings, the water features and the park overall. Great oasis within a busy city. Nice garden from the Qing Dynasty, similar a garden that we saw in a Taipei suburb. Clear recommendation to spend an...More