Guxiangli Theme Park

Guxiangli Theme Park, Qingyuan: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Guxiangli Theme Park Reviews: 4/5

Guxiangli Theme Park
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9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
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KodoDrummer
By KodoDrummer
Great ancestral museum of Guangdong and Chinese culture
Apr 2017
Guxiangli Theme Park (aka Hometown Neighbourhood Theme Park) is located beside the Country Garden bus terminal. It is about a 50 minute drive from downtown Guangzhou and 12 minutes from the Mayland Resort Hotel. It is a great theme park. It certainly exceeded my expectations. Going in, I thought that I would be out in less than an hour. To my surprise, I spent more than three hours in the park and I took over a thousand photos and a couple of videos. I would have taken more, but I had used up all my battery power. I uploaded many of the photos and one video to TripAdvisor. Park highlights which include: 1. Many historic looking buildings (Lingnan Old Buildings), with the majority housing the park’s collection of exhibits and artefacts. These exhibits include: an abacus exhibition; oil lamps; old to ancient rulers (i.e., for measuring); steelyard; old to ancient; kitchenware and food storage; living quarters of the poor and middle class; teapots; antique furniture; antique infant articles; electric products and telephones of yesteryears; an adult-only building containing hundreds of pieces of erotic/adult art, chinaware, and artefacts; antique clothing; antique weapons; antique fans; chopstick exhibition; a very rare and beautiful display of stones which look like various foods; antique porcelain pillows, and much more. 2. An ancestral hall; 3. Numerous beautiful bronze statues spread throughout the park; 4. Various unique, large rocks on display; 5. A 30-minute performance by two members of the Hometown Neighbourhood Military Band. I believe this performance is given about three times a day; 6. A large children’s amusement and play area. This includes bounce cars, swinging pirate ship, mountain rafting, merry-go-round, small train, bumper cars, terror city, a 6D cinema, kangaroo jump, laser chariots, a pool for going into the water to catch fish, walking on a rope bridge, and more. 7. A waterway loaded with what I’ll call large Chinese goldfish (Cryprinus Carpiod). A few people were feed the hundreds which they attracted; 8. Wax displays of ancient Chinese people performing everyday activities; 9. Farm and zoo areas; 10. Many dwarf trees and plants spread throughout the park; and, 11. Numerous handicrafts spread throughout the park which give an indication of the wisdom of our forefathers. Regular adult admission fee is 90 rmb per person, 38 rmb if you come as a guest of a property owner in the subdivision, and free for those who own property in the subdivision. The 90 rmb price can also be reduced by purchasing the ticket online, but this service is only available in Chinese; thus, get a friend to buy it for you. It is free for those over 66, and a discounted price of 60 rmb for those 60 to 65. I am uploading the entry fare schedule.

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KodoDrummer
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Kids love feeding the Koi fish
Apr 2019 • Family
We came for the kids’ playground activities and feeding the fish. We brought lots of bread to feed to the brightly coloured Koi fish in the park’s waters. Although the young kids, both under six years old, enjoyed the playground activities, they appeared happiest when feeding the richly and vibrantly coloured Koi fish. Some fish stayed opened-mouthed, almost vertical in the water, waiting to catch the bread as the kids threw small pieces in the centre of the fish cluster.
Written May 1, 2019
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

KodoDrummer
Yekaterinburg, Russia64,074 contributions
Great ancestral museum of Guangdong and Chinese culture
Apr 2017 • Friends
Guxiangli Theme Park (aka Hometown Neighbourhood Theme Park) is located beside the Country Garden bus terminal. It is about a 50 minute drive from downtown Guangzhou and 12 minutes from the Mayland Resort Hotel. It is a great theme park. It certainly exceeded my expectations. Going in, I thought that I would be out in less than an hour. To my surprise, I spent more than three hours in the park and I took over a thousand photos and a couple of videos. I would have taken more, but I had used up all my battery power. I uploaded many of the photos and one video to TripAdvisor.

Park highlights which include:
1. Many historic looking buildings (Lingnan Old Buildings), with the majority housing the park’s collection of exhibits and artefacts. These exhibits include: an abacus exhibition; oil lamps; old to ancient rulers (i.e., for measuring); steelyard; old to ancient; kitchenware and food storage; living quarters of the poor and middle class; teapots; antique furniture; antique infant articles; electric products and telephones of yesteryears; an adult-only building containing hundreds of pieces of erotic/adult art, chinaware, and artefacts; antique clothing; antique weapons; antique fans; chopstick exhibition; a very rare and beautiful display of stones which look like various foods; antique porcelain pillows, and much more.
2. An ancestral hall;
3. Numerous beautiful bronze statues spread throughout the park;
4. Various unique, large rocks on display;
5. A 30-minute performance by two members of the Hometown Neighbourhood Military Band. I believe this performance is given about three times a day;
6. A large children’s amusement and play area. This includes bounce cars, swinging pirate ship, mountain rafting, merry-go-round, small train, bumper cars, terror city, a 6D cinema, kangaroo jump, laser chariots, a pool for going into the water to catch fish, walking on a rope bridge, and more.
7. A waterway loaded with what I’ll call large Chinese goldfish (Cryprinus Carpiod). A few people were feed the hundreds which they attracted;
8. Wax displays of ancient Chinese people performing everyday activities;
9. Farm and zoo areas;
10. Many dwarf trees and plants spread throughout the park; and,
11. Numerous handicrafts spread throughout the park which give an indication of the wisdom of our forefathers.

Regular adult admission fee is 90 rmb per person, 38 rmb if you come as a guest of a property owner in the subdivision, and free for those who own property in the subdivision. The 90 rmb price can also be reduced by purchasing the ticket online, but this service is only available in Chinese; thus, get a friend to buy it for you. It is free for those over 66, and a discounted price of 60 rmb for those 60 to 65. I am uploading the entry fare schedule.
Written April 4, 2017
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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