We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This is a large and pleasant park and you can walk along the top of the Nanjing City Wall as well. It is next to a river and has nice views. It is free to visit and near Qingliang Shan Park and easily accessible from...More
This looks like it might be a interesting place to try out but unfortunately when I went it was under construction. I am not sure when it will be finished. I would recommend having someone who speaks Chinese call and check it will be open...More
Shi Tou City is certainly one of the most ancient and worthy place to visit! Unlike your expectation, there aren't as many stray stones, however, there are mostly stones that were built together like a wall or a monument! It's certainly very hard to break!
We were lucky enough to have stunning weather for our trip to this park. Accidentally entered a different park but managed to find our way. The wall is impressively large and there are plenty of beautiful flowering trees around. Makes it a very pleasant place...More
If you are interested in Chinese history and the Three Kingdoms period, this is a must visit attraction. Stone City was built by Sun Quan, Emperor of the state of Wu, which was one of the three powerful states during that time. Zhuge Liang, Liubei's...More
This site locates about 10 minutes' walking distance from the metro station of Hanzhongmen, it's said to be built in 2000 years ago, and is very important in history because it was used as a defence to prevent enemies invading from Qinhuai River. Just one...More
This park is free to get in, and is worth a couple of hours if you have time to spare. I wouldn't go there expecting it to change my life.
There is a small military section, with a couple of MiGs, some field guns, an...More