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Guyi Garden, Shanghai

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  • From downtown Shanghai offers a little towards the suburbs to sho-South Station. I stopped by home visited the South sho old town. Admission is 12 Yuan. Contrary to the relatively chic entrance, is very vast. I settled on the grounds but was dull in the winter time, finely furnished. Were lower than the turnout for a little walk were built around the Arbor and bench rest. Number of toilets is enough.
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  • Park located on the outskirts of Shanghai, but is easy to reach this park by 11 subway line. Exit the station, cross the Mall and head toward Southwest and soon you will find the Park. This is an interesting tourist spot on the way to visit the old town. If you are in the Park, visit the old city becomes easier if you go through the North exit. From there you move on to the left and find the plates.
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  • Went there with no expectations and was blown away. It was right before Chinese New Year and the plants were just starting to bud. I am sure next month it will be great. Regardless it was still a beau...  more »
  • If you want to see how chinese life go on. Come to see here you can visit a lot of Xiaolongbao shop that very very very delicious. Please come !!
  • Lovely park next to xiaolongbao street near the Nanxiang Metro stop (10 minute walk). 12rmb admission fee is totally worth it. Spent about 1.5 hours wandering around.
  • 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.
  • Good and well maintained garden
  • 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.
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