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This is a multi-use, free public park with historical significance, walking paths, a man-made lake for boating and scenic beauty, some zoological exhibits and an amusement park with attractions. A wonderful place for families to go.
China does parks well, They allow citizens to get outdoors, exercise, socialise or just escape a dingy apartment. This park is quite large and has some pleasant walks and nice bridges. In summer a cool breeze comes off the lakes but it does get pretty...More
This park is huge and comes alive in the night. It is a place you will find almost everything you may yearn for: music, adrenaline rush, romance, spirituality, art...
The river passes serenely through and on one end of the park you can see a...More
The Marty's Park is a huge park with a lake and amusement activities for kids. It has a McDonald's and a few food shops. Has a huge lake where can go for rides. Good for a walk around to have a sense of what the...More
I went there with my husband and my baby . It was very sunny and we enjoyed walking in the park, taking ice cream from small kiosks inside. The park is very well maintained and clean. There are different spots where you can sit and...More
revisiting this huge park and its lakes on a very hot day is pleasant as there is a lot of shade and places to get a drink or ice-cream. Surprisingly quiet on a weekday, but at weekends its can be crowded with families and folk...More
The park has several entrances and one of them is about 200 yards from the Changsha Museum. As I rate the Museum way higher than this park, I would save whatever energy left after visiting the Museum to visit this park. Being a martyr park,...More
Very nice park although we became a bit disoriented at first as we ended up at the amusements. There's a really nice tree area with plenty of seating and picnic spots. The central building is very interesting as it displays photos and stories of all...More