It's sceanic and if you have the extra time, do visit. By mid morning there will be senior citizens doing the waltz (perfectly well mind you) at the entrance of the park...nice to watch...
Going to this park is very easy: take Line 4 to National Library, then exit D and continue for about 100 meters and it's right there on the right. It's a rather large, well kept park, with many different kinds of bamboos for sure, lakes where one can rent a boat, an amusement place for small children. But what is... More
I have visited here at all times of the year, with the ice frozen solid on the lakes and with the sun hot and the lilies in full bloom. At all times of the year it is a delight, local people practice their dancing, they are aesthetic with their streamers, sing, play and enjoy the ambience of this delightful area.... More
Some tourist guides call this place Purple Bamboo Park or Zizhuyuan Park. The park is located near Beijing ZOO. Entrance fee is 2 RMB per person. The park is really nice but next to the park is a noisy road. There are a lot of different parks in Beijing but this park has atmosphere.
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