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Wangjianglou Park

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Wangjianglou Park

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Admire the landmarks illuminated in glittering light with hot pot dinner and amazing Sichuan Opera on this 4-hour Chengdu evening tour. Take a panoramic drive to see lit-up landmarks including the Tianfu Square, Taikooli Shopping Zone and more. And enjoy a traditional hot pot dinner at a local restaurant where you can observe how the locals eat, laugh, drink. Enjoy tea while enjoy amazing Sichuan Opera where you’ll see fire spitting, changing faces etc. Finally, soak in the views of the city illuminations from Jiuyanqiao Bridge. This experience includes pick-up and drop-off at your central Chengdu hotel plus dinner and show ticket.
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Michael Lizar wrote a review Dec. 2020
Chongqing, China340 contributions25 helpful votes
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I had lunch near the school, and we went to Wangjianglou park after that. A relaxed and comfortable place, beautiful view.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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MattwalesNorthWales wrote a review Jul. 2020
Chengdu, China1,756 contributions367 helpful votes
Relatively small inner city park that contains a lot of stuff. Huge swards of bamboo tower over you providing welcome shade on a sunny day. Throughout the park there are numerous statues and formally planted areas as well as tea houses, and a small funfair. No charge to enter but it does close after dark. The lower Riverside pathway is closed during the rainy season due to risk of flooding.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Katie P wrote a review Nov. 2019
Keynsham, United Kingdom144 contributions18 helpful votes
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A great beautiful park to spend a few hours walking around with lots to see, huge bamboo trees, plenty of sculptures and lots of artwork. We went in the morning and there was not too many people here. Would recommend if you have a few hours spare.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rikbob wrote a review Oct. 2019
Bierton, United Kingdom115 contributions13 helpful votes
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We walked along the river and down the alleys to reach the park. Well worth it. It is on the banks of the Jinjiang and has a fascinating group of historic buildings linked to a great poet of old, Xue Tao. This part has a small fee. 20 yuan or as with many historic sites, free for the over 60's. You can enter the buildings and climb up some. English boards give some background. It is set in amongst bamboo which the rest of the Park is famous for. We headed through to it for a sit down and a cup of tea. A great additional experience with the hot water courtesy of two large thermos flasks. Loved the place and caught taxi back to town for a delicious hot pot by the river at Lu Li Ping's. Next to the bridge down from the Dongmem Bridge metro. Staff very patient and helpful. Food and experience great.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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pwang wrote a review Oct. 2019
Bridgewater, New Jersey23 contributions27 helpful votes
Not nearly as large as I had remembered ... but still quite attractive. Free admission, as long as you avoid the so called "historical areas" -- and my recommendation is to avoid.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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