Chengdu Renmin Park
Chengdu Renmin Park
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6:30 AM - 10:00 PM
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6:30 AM - 10:00 PM
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Zfy Ed
Singapore, Singapore9,820 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Family
This is a green belt in the city that offers locals and visitors a place to slow down the pace of life and destress. There are many trees and beautiful flowers around this big park, with the nice and cute dragon displays (it's the year of the dragon) with artful landscaping, bonsai garden, tea houses, kiddie amusement rides, a pond with row and motor boats. It is tranquil.

And there are monuments to commemorate those who perished during the Xinhai Revoluntionaries and Anti-Japanese era.

You will find that time has stopped temporarily here and you can enjoy in the quietness over a cup of tea, while enjoying the tea pouring demonstration or the pond to relax and recharge!
Written 18 March 2024
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Jesscee
Wuxi, China123 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2021
Not very crowded only if your going there to sit and have tea, even that , there a lots of different spots in the area to sit and have tea . Other attractions that you can find and take pictures to remember the moment.
Written 11 October 2021
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Stephen C
Singapore, Singapore1,125 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021 • Couples
As the name implies this is a garden for the people. But there is so much happening within this garden.

People gather here for line dancing, to play cards, drink tea, have their ears cleaned, and practice calligraphy.

There is also a lane reserved for matchmaking where parents display the biodata of their children, hoping to find a match for them.

There is also artificial lake where you can row boats. There is also an amusement park that offer rides for kids.

Certainly a good place to idea time away.
Written 25 April 2021
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Ailton007
Seattle, WA1,168 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2021
Nice and green park. Not much in terms of "sights" except for some monuments but has a local feel to it. Stop by one of the tea houses, enjoy the scenery and if you are into bird photography, we saw plenty of species during our 1 hour walk. It's also close to Tiafu square with its big Mao statue
Written 10 April 2021
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Bobbi S
Lido Beach, NY5,317 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
We spent a really nice afternoon here at the People's Park (aka Shaocheng Park), checking out the people who themselves are checking out what unmarried people have posted about themselves in photos and bios, hoping to find their soulmate (think: Chinese matchmaking, in words and pictures. No online dating apps here!). So cool seeing women, old and young, reading these sheets of paper attached to a fence, writing notes and phone numbers, hoping to find Mr. or Mrs, Right, or to pass the info on to a neighbor and friend!. Moving on, we came upon a group of people doing their daily t'ai chi practice, exercising, people dancing, playing musical instruments and, sweetest of all, a group of "older" people (in China, apparently, anyone over 55 is considered old!) belting out screechingly high-pitched opera arias, surrounded by an appreciative (& equally old?) audience, one member of whom flashed me a peace sign as I took pictures (check out my photos). Further on, we passed through the public tea house, filled with thermos-filled tea-drinking and peanut shell-spitting mah jongg players, men and women, who while away entire afternoons here. We passed by a table of women, tucked into a doorway space, playing cards and then we stopped to enjoy our own warming and golden-colored glass of chrysanthemum tea, filled with sweet, little chrysanthemum flowers at the Park's other, Chao Sheng Tea House (this tea house, not far from the other one, is prettier and better-kept than the public one, but also hosts tables and tables of mah jongg players, some of whom while away the day sipping VERY strong, clear alcohol as they compete with their tiles). My husband also indulged in enjoying the VERY curious, unique art of ear picking, performed by an oh, so professional picker, wearing lighted head-gear and wielding what looked like a white, tiny dust mop. My pronounced the feeling of it as being weird, and ticklish. Everywhere we went, there were tons and tons of people, 99% of whom are Chinese, all enjoying the free admission to this large, centrally-located and busy park, humming with music, socializing and hopeful husbands and wives-to-be, all of whom, possibly, have very well-picked ears.
Written 23 February 2020
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Gina J
Edinburgh, UK57 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
Such a fantastic park. The highlight was the traditional ear cleaning. Such talented ear cleaners and so much fun having your ears cleaned while having a nice cup of tea and just chilling out and soaking in the atmosphere like a local. An absolute must when in Chengdu. Will definitely stop by next time!!!!
Written 25 January 2020
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KodaDes from Oz
41 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
The Peoples Park is the perfect way to observe the locals enjoying a sunny day. The Tea-house with endless refills, people playing cards, and ear-cleaning...then a walk through the matrimonial lane and the aunties dancing or singing...a quick insight to life in China.
Written 18 January 2020
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Jimmy N
Tucson, AZ585 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
Weekend we went there were various groups of singers and dancers bellowing out nationalistic type songs. Big groups were watching no a person under70. Was great people watching. Park has monument to history of raiways in china. Nice Flora and places to sit. A cultural experience
Written 13 January 2020
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hulagirlSurrey
Staines, UK797 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
Lovely urban public park in Chengdu. Lots of activity and a lovely lake, also there was a tea room there. It was nice to watch people doing Tai Chi.
Written 6 December 2019
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Ghadeer2014
Kuwait City, Kuwait10,286 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
This is a vibrant and cheerful park, built in 1911. It is a public park for the people. It has a slow pace so to enjoy the park delightfully. There are tea houses fully packed with locals. Single people are allowed to advertise their willingness to tie the knot in a paper mounted on the wall. The park is surely fascinating where people dance freely and enjoy each other’s company.

SEE photos.
Written 2 December 2019
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