Shanghai Grand View Garden

Shanghai Grand View Garden, Šangaj - Komentari

Shanghai Grand View Garden
4
08.00 - 17.00
Monday
08.00 - 17.00
Tuesday
08.00 - 17.00
Wednesday
08.00 - 17.00
Thursday
08.00 - 17.00
Friday
08.00 - 17.00
Saturday
08.00 - 17.00
Sunday
08.00 - 17.00

4.0
23 reviews
Excellent
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Very good
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Max
Šangaj, Kina38 contributions
Amazing quiet place
sep 2019.
This place you have to visit 100%, right after Jujiajiao (near by). But you need to choose a day with sunny weather, and it's better to go during the weekdays, cause, in another way, there will be crowded. For whole walking around the park you'll spend at least 4 hours, there are no animals, but a lot of plants, trees, flowers etc. Also, there you can find a lot of installations that imitate ancient chinese life. Take your camera and some snacks, it will be really cool. But for kids, I guess, boring, so, it's better to letf them in the hotel ^_^
Written 17. novembar 2019.
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tonin92
Villiers-sur-Marne, Francuska2.591 contribution
A refreshing place close to The city
okt 2015. • Parovi
the grand view garden give you the fresh air from the giant lake and typical village from Chinese literature . Have a walk and enjoy all buildings and garden are now clean and beautiful
Written 2. oktobar 2015.
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Yshadia
Seul, Južna Koreja70 contributions
Magnific
feb 2013. • Parovi
During night is a one million view and there are people that take pictures for 35 yen thas around 6$ or 4.5 euro and the they will frame it as well it's very cheap.
Written 27. februar 2013.
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xamhayana
South Pole440 contributions
Overpriced and uninteresting
apr 2011. • Prijatelji
I would advise against going here. This park is meant to be a reconstruction of the fictional garden from Dream of the Red Mansions. But it's built by clumsy and unimaginative architects of Qingpu District Bureau, and so it lacks elegance and sensitivity to nature that characterize real Chinese gardens. The architecture is bulky, crude and painted with brown floor paint. The creators of this park went as far as populating the pavilions with plastic mannequins of the novel's characters; they look downright creepy. There is access to the waterside with young evergreen forest and the placid lake. The fee to get into the garden is a whopping 70 yuan! The only excuse to get out as far as this part of town is a visit to Jinze, a small and quiet water town that rarely sees any tourists.
Written 9. novembar 2011.
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