Liuhua Lake Park
Last updated by fadri at 2014/10/28
Liuhua Lake Park consists of 3 big lakes and 4 small lakes, covering an overall area of 540,000 square meters and a water area of 330,000 square meters. Liuhua Lake was named after the ruined Liuhua Bridge of the Southern Han Dynasty located at the northeast of the lake.
The whole park is divided into 4 parts. The north part has a long narrow lawn, where there are the Banyan Amusement Park, Precious Elephant Paradise, Badminton Playground, Floating Hill Park, and Lotus Island as well as a bird island. The bird island, occupying an area of over 3,000 square meters is where thousands of herons live. A bird-watching teahouse and platform have been set up for bird lovers to watch birds.
The east section of the park contains a tropical garden (Xiangshuangbanna courtyard, Xishuangbanna is a place in the far south of Yunan province and is famous for the tropical landscape), the statue of girls washing clothes by a stream, a Cuckoo Garden, and South Sea Fishing Village Restaurant. The middle part features verdant banyans and sunflowers as well as the Xinguang Garden Restaurant, and health club. The south part is close to Guangzhou Children’s Palace and is covered by a large forest of southern cypress, in which stands the Pulin Tea House, Taoyuan Restaurant, and the sheds for shaded plants. The west end of the park is a bonsai garden and the east end is the famous Liuhua Bird Garden.
Solo Adventure Tips:
To the south of Liuhua Road, and to the north of West Dongfeng Road.
How to Get There?
Travelers can take bus No. 15 and get off at the Liuhua Road bus stop near to the north gate; or take buses No. 12, 15, 31, 38, 42, 103, 181, 186, and 202 and get off at the Children's Palace bus stop near to the south gate.
Opening Hours: 6:00 – 22:00
6:00 – 22:00
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