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This park has lots of bamboo lined pathways as well as some tea houses adjacent to the river. The tea house we went to had many locals playing mahjong! The local jasmine tea was delightful and while sipping on our tea we were approached by...More
A magical relaxing walk in the local park where locals congregate to paint, dance, kung fu train and families enjoying the day. There are bamboo arbors to walk through taking you through to the only river in Chengdu. This peek at Chinese weekend life was...More
What an extraordinary experience! To come to this large park on a humid overcast (smog-induced) May afternoon.
Something for everyone. Want your ears cleaned? No problem. Sip your tea and relax as ear cleaning entrepreneurs will get rid of that wax and dirt while you...More
I never dreamed that visiting a park in China could or would be so much fun as well as enlightening. the flowers and foliage was gorgeous and i got to see people dancing, doing Tai Chi, drinking tea in a real setting and getting to...More
We loved this park (garden) as it has some old pagodas and old shirnes. There's also a pavilion devoted to Xue Tao, a Tang poetess. Lots of Chinese ladies have their pictures taken in traditional outfits here so you will get the change to take...More
We happened upon this area as we got off the bus and were headed to a restaurant. We stopped as it was by the river and walked around for a while. It was very peaceful as we had just come back from Jinli.
This was a nice walk from the Shangri-la hotel. The pavilion is beautiful and all the buildings seem to have been carefully built. We couldn't walk to the top floor but could get to the second. The gardens are very nice and it was not...More
This is a great park to visit which predominantly honours the Tang Dynasty poet Xue Tao. The bamboo arch sets the scene and the Chongli pavilion is the main attraction. We watched some elderly citizens twirling sticks/batterns with great skill and finished off with Tea.