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Guyi Garden, Shanghai

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  • There is a beautiful garden in the suburbs of Shanghai. 1 hour by public transport from the city centre. Nanjing Road is the size of the larger than ever-so don't have a lot of people. Call down the garden. In the Ming dynasty, the Qing dynasty-era gun look in the eyes of the water are also players.
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  • This is a beautiful garden in suburban Shanghai. Shanghai public transportation in the city in less than an hour away, and the beautiful People's Republic of China of may feel it properly. They tend to be large, in the Park in the summer, having left a lot on the Lotus Lake is beautiful in the summer than any other season, because we wish to visit.
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  • It is a nice garden, but nothing really exceptional to justify the long metro ride there. Took me 45 minutes from Xujiahui to Nanxiang on line 11. There is a very good playground inside for kids. To m...  more »
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  • Gorgeous gardens which I stumbled across by accident, as I took a wrong turn to get to the old street. Lovely ponds, pavilions, and old bridges. I went on a Saturday morning, and it was absolutely full of old Chinese folk playing games, dancing, and chatting. Quite an atmosphere! Worth going here before the old street, and then have some of the area's most famous dish, Xiao Long Bao, on nearby GuYi street, which is full of restaurants that will be cheaper than most in the city.
  • Nice garden with lots of bamboo and lotus flowers. Great escape on a hot summer day. Most of the path are paved with pebbles so make sure to wear some comfortable shoes. What the garden lacks is more descriptions of the buildings and plantation, both in Chinese and English, which would give a context for tourists to enjoy the garden more.
  • Lovely classical garden full of lilies and water ... Had a chat with the locals and they r really friendly... It is around 20 minutes walk from the metro station.. Next to the garden it is worth visiting the old city center and water canals and of course eat the famous dumplings
  • 門票12元(2017年)。 明清名園。 面積很大。很多景點相信現代重建。好像黃昏6 時候後免費開放,但只開北門, 園內有些景點封閉。
  • Guyi garden formerly known as Yi Park, built Yu Ming dynasty Jiajing years (A. D. 1522-1566), last any Henan pass sentenced of Min Shi by by built, take poems • Wei Feng •-cream Austrian in the "bamboo Yi Yi" for beauty Sheng looks, thaw Ji Kang piano assigned "Breeze sound, cheap Yi Yi, drifted" for a furnace and have "Yi Park" of name, by Ming dynasty Jiading bamboo masters Zhu Sansong carefully design, has "10 acres of Park, five acres of House" of scale, Hou transfer to dianshi Li Yi of, Hou and has for land, and Lee two surname proceeds.
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