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Wow weren’t we treated to something special in here. We wandered in for a look and there’s lots to look at which is great but what’s most fascinating is the range of people using the park. We stopped and watched a band with singers and...More
I believe that this park is also known as "People's Park" locally in Chengdu. It is located close by Tianfu Square. Unfortunately the day that we were scheduled for a visit, it was just pouring rain non-stop the entire time-- mid- July. Our guide was...More
Came here on a Sunday afternoon, and enjoyed a very pleasant but slightly expensive cup of green tea. Strolling around the park we saw a group of locals dancing and enjoyed some rides at the amusement park. Overall a lovely experience!
Having come to Chengdu in the middle of a heatwave, we got out of the hostel and into the park in the morning, before it got too hot outside. This turned out to be the best time to go - the locals were out doing...More
This park has everything: it is great as a park, with lots and lots of greenery and water features and it is seriously big: more than 10 hectares, (more than 25 acres!). There are an enormous number of attractions here, not the least of which...More
You can really see how a Park brings people together when you visit somewhere like The Peoples Park in Chengdu.
A fantastic way to see how the locals relax - the tea houses are great - Mah jong, card games, ear cleaning, massage! The different...More
Reached there in the early morning, lots of people were doing exercise in the park. We heard different kinds of music around us. Local aunty really full of energy! Uncles were doing tai-ji near by. The park is free of charge. Just out of park,...More
Grab a table at the tea garden in the park and order some tea and sunflower seeds. This is a great place to people watch, learn to play mahjong, get your ear wax cleaned by one of the roving ear wax cleaner guys, etc... Outside...More