Chinese Folk Culture Park

Last updated by meimeili at 2017/5/18

General Introduction

Adjacent to “Splendid China”, China Folk Culture Village is the first large-scale cultural resort fully integrated folk art, folk customs and ethnic groups as a whole, showcasing Chinese customs and folk arts in a village setting, where inhabited by real ethnic people who present their traditional arts, customs, languages and cuisines. Chinese Folk Culture Park is built in October, 1991, and has become a representative “Chinese Customs Museum” of the country's 56 ethnics.

Covering an area of 158000 square meters, there are 24 scaled-down folk villages of 21 ethnics scattered around on a ratio of 1:1 on Chinese Folk Culture Park. Blocks of different ethnic style architectures such as Dai bamboo house, Buyi stone house and Mongolian Yurt were built regularly around the park. Less than half a day, you can fully feast your eyes by traveling the villages of various ethnic groups in China, understanding the style of their nations and enjoying snacks in various ethnic groups.

Here you can see Yangzhou wooden bridge, Zhejiang stone bridge and Dong boasting bridge. In addition, Hainan coconut and Xishuangbanna ancient banyan tree are also can be seen in the park. China Folk Culture Village demonstrate the various nationalities authentic, colorful folk customs and folk culture from multi-angle, multi-side, allowing visitors to fully experience the soul and charm of the Chinese multi-nations.


Chinese Folk Culture Park is a smaller version of the nearly 100 attractions all over China in line with the Chinese territory location distribution. Although the accuracy cannot compare with the real scene, the entire park is like a huge map of China.

people in dozens of steps within the park can vividly experience the solemn silence Ming Tombs to cheerful poem like Li River; you can look up to the highest altitude and the most magnificent Potala Palace to the steep, tall and straight Yangtze River Three Gorges; you can also be amazed at the largest Buddha in Leshan Giant Buddha to the longest grotto gallery Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes. Everywhere in the village will surely reward you with a greater understanding of different cultures of the 56 ethnics.


As an emerging city of immigrants, China Folk Culture Village brings together all kinds of cuisines in many countries and regions of the world, in which, Cantonese is the main cuisine. A variety of restaurants scatters across the streets, ranging from luxury star-hotel to reasonable inexpensive food stalls.

Tianyi Pavilion Restaurant

Tianyi Pavilion Restaurant is the largest restaurant in China Folk Culture Village Park that can hold over 1,400 people to dine at one time with more than 120 desks.

Tianyi Pavilion Restaurant provides a collection of Yunnan, Sichuan, Hunan, Guangdong and other places cuisines, which puts you in the rich ethnic ambience, fine memorable ethnic cuisine.

Jinyuan Restaurants

The hundred years old legendary Chinese specialties such as Gou buli, Jinji yuchilaofan allow you to enjoy the beautiful scenery and profound Chinese food culture.

Korean style restaurant

Well-cooked authentic Korean cuisines are cooked by distinguished Korean chef. Korean authentic flavors kimchi, Korean barbecue give you a completely different meal experience.

Folk Culture

In this picturesque village, each month a major folk festival will be held in China Folk Culture Village, consisting of Dai’s Water Splashing Festival, Yi’s Torch Festival, Xinjiang Cultural Festival and Miao Shawm Festival, as well as Huaxia Great Cultural Temple Fair. These activities are grand, romantic, happy and lucky, allowing you to enjoy the joyful events and enjoy the wonderful life of Chinese nation. In the village, lots of chances will see you to a variety of folk dances, ethnic songs and handicrafts.

Solo Adventure Tips:


Right next to Splendid China

How to Get There?

Take subway No.1 and get off at Huaqiao Town; or you can take bus No.26, 204, 209, 13, 301, 310 to China Folk Culture Village.

Ticket Price:

120 CNY ; student ticket: 60 CNY

Opening Hours:

More Tips:

If you are interested in some of folk festivals, you’d better come at the right time. For example, Water Splashing Festival of Dai celebrates in middle of April; Torch Festival of Yi celebrates in 24th or 25th of June; Xinjiang Cultural Festival celebrates in May.

Information accuracy:

We try to make the information on China Travel accurate when we write/edit it. If you find any outdated information, please inform us.