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This is a very nice place to spend a nice day with family and friends. Many places to walk and interesting history in this park centered on a winter palace from a dynasty. In the commercial area it is a bit kitschy, but not as...More
We took another traveler's advice and quickly walked through the park to go straight to Huishan Mountain. We paid for round trip cable car tickets at the park entrance, but chose to only ride the cars up and then took the hiking trails down the...More
Thursday afternoon, 37 degrees C, blistering blue sky. Those three factors in combination meant that we more or less had the entire park to ourselves! By local standards, admission was pricey: we paid 100 Kwai for a ticket that included the cable car ride up...More
In addition to the ancient town area and the gondola ride, this park is a wonderful place to see the local inhabitants in the mornings and evenings, particularly on the weekends. Countless groups are dancing, singing, playing instruments, exercising and playing games. I visit regularly...More
Great little park and has plenty to relax and be in harmony with nature and others- highly recommend this park to stroll around and get lost- recommend with others to take pics of your favorite people! Please take the family along and enjoy the natural...More
This was a nice park with a pagoda, gondola ride, lake, Buddhist temple, and small shopping street. From reviews on this site, I had expected it to be a lot cheaper than it actually was...It cost 70 RMB to get in and 20 or 25...More
Incredibly preserved old town with all of the must-have real Chinese characteristics we all imagine. Exotic and beautiful. Elegant "Heran" coffee on main street is decorated like an old European palace and their coffe and pastries are the best!