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Zhou En'lai Memorial Hall

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Nice walk with cultural and historical learning

A local friend took me here for a walk after lunch. I was quite impressed with learning about facts... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
minhtranSG
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Singapore, Singapore
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Peaceful space

I've been here twice now and it's been a delight each time. The second time I had the added delight... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2018
Gwen23_12
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
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4 weeks ago
“Nice walk with cultural and historical learning”
3 Mar 2018
“Peaceful space”
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Taohuangyin, Chuzhou District, Huai'an 223200, China
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A local friend took me here for a walk after lunch. I was quite impressed with learning about facts and historical importance of Zhou En’lai. The whole place was well maintained and clean. I enjoyed the leisurely walk and to look all the surrounding lakes,...More

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Reviewed 4 March 2018

I've been here twice now and it's been a delight each time. The second time I had the added delight of witnessing black swans swimming in the lake adjoining the memorial Hall. It'a a 5A accredited scenic spot in China and entry is usually free....More

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Reviewed 15 July 2015 via mobile

Visited this place some time ago. It is a real monument to Zhou. Great to see photos of his journey and also many relics of his past. The museum is huge as are the grounds and they are beautifully kept. The real secret is the...More

Thank rod g
Reviewed 28 June 2015

The hall is interesting and there are lots of things to see. As a previous reviewer has said, there re lots of repetitive photos of Mr Zhou shaking hand with foreign leaders. It's an interesting insight into Chinese politics. For the people, it seems that...More

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Reviewed 12 January 2015

It is the place to visit to understand him better. It will be good with a guide to explain the detail.

Thank rayswee
Reviewed 2 July 2013

We went to the Zhou Enlair memorial hall, which was definitely off the beaten track for tourists. We had 3 kids with us and they especially enjoyed seeing the car that Zhou Enlai had driven and the room where he grew up. There was also...More

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Reviewed 2 October 2012

Well laid out and pleasant museum and park that provides more information about Zhou En'lai than you can ever need. Slightly repetitive however as the exhibition is very photo-based, i.e. lots of pictures of Zhou En'lai shaking hands with foreign leaders, giving speeches etc. English...More

1  Thank Malcolm A
Reviewed 3 January 2012

It was free but I found it quite annoying that people(and security guards) ignored the "no photo" sign.

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