Zuibai Chi (the Pond for Drunken Li Bai)
Last updated by meimeili at 2014/5/1
Zuibai Chi in Songjiang is one of the famous classical gardens in Jiangnan (south of the lower reaches of the Yangze River) and also a well-known traditional attraction in Shanghai. This garden is famous as the oldest garden among the five classical gardens in Shanghai (including Yu Garden, Guyi Garden in Jiading, Qiouxiapu Garden, and Qushui Garden in Qingpu). It covers 76 acres with a more than 300 years history. Classical garden styles in Ming and Qing Dynasties are well preserved in Zuibai Chi.
Customize a Tour to Zuibai Chi
Solo Adventure Tips:
It is located at No.64 Renming Road, Songjiang District, Shanghai.
How to Get There?
Visitors can take line Song-mei, line Song-hu, and line Hu-song and tourist line to Zuibai Chi.
Ticket Price: 12 CNY per person
12 CNY per person
Opening Hours: 7:00 am-17:00 pm
7:00 am-17:00 pm
More Tips: Zuibai Chi is not a large scale classical garden, so travelers can take another trip to Square Tower in Songjiang District. Tel: 021-57832553
Zuibai Chi is not a large scale classical garden, so travelers can take another trip to Square Tower in Songjiang District.
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