Very nice energy about the park, lots of folk dancers and people practicing tai chi. Of course as the name suggests their are plenty of bamboos that help create a pleasant environment. The park is also free entry.
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I can spend whole day here!!! Beautiful traditional architecture and gorgeous Chinese garden, it will be heaven of the photographer. There are also local people that do many activities in the park such as dancing, playing musical instruments, exercise and etc. I'm sure that you...More
This Park was constructed in 1953, so it is in traditional park design. The landscape is mature and the park features many types of bamboo species. A series of connected lakes and canals. The park is filled with many artists painting landscape scenes, singing, playing...More
A nice park right behind the National Library of China. A good spot to breathe some clean air and mingle with the Chinese visitors.
We arrived there by mistake as a taxi driver decided to drive us there instead of to The Summer Palace.( Yes , we gave him a note with the right address.) We were not sorry for a moment. The park is as beautiful as a...More
In March there were big construction/renovation projects going on so it little bit lowered the photogenic feeling. Nor there were leaves on the trees or flowers. It must be a great place to visit in summer time, but in March it is not a must...More
we walked to the park from our hotel in the Western side of Beijing, which was about a 2.5 mile walk each way. it was a beautiful Sunday, actually Mother's Day and we saw so many people dancing and having fun in the park. Everyone...More
It's a 200m walk (5 min) from exit D of the National Library metro station on line 4 or 9. The park is large so it's a long walk around the lake, but the landscape is very beautiful. A lot of walkers and runners use...More
This is another green oasis in Beijing with so many different things to do. It's full of people dancing, doing martial arts, walking, etc. A great place to people watch and just walk about watching Chinese tradition. There is a small (old) funfair for younger...More
This park is free which is always a bonus, very pretty, it was nice to have a stroll round. Going on the boats looked particularly fun and good for children as some had water pistols on, although we didn't do this ourselves. It seemed like...More