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This tranquil park is a real oasis in the midst of a concrete jungle. The many walkways are lined with beautiful trees and shrubs and it is a restful place in which to walk.
We were there in the Autumn so there were not many...More
ELING Park is a really beautiful green oasis to escape to when you want to leave behind the "hustle and bustle" of the concrete jungle that is Chongqing! I spent a whole morning here wandering its many streets, paths and trails. You must first go...More
Visited the park just off the subway line and climbed the hill to reach the tower. Park entry was free, but the tower costs 10RMB for a ticket. Ascending the stairs to the top level was worth it for the 360 degree views of the...More
I came here alone to do some writing and it is a gorgeous tranquil area, with great views of Chongqing if you go to the outskirts of the park. Would definitely recommend if you want to see some nature and get away from the busy...More
The 'E' for this place literally means 'Goose' in Chinese. It's a small enclave above the city's hill with chic restaurants and pubs catering to the expats. It overlooks the Jialing River, the main tributary of the Yangtze, forming the confluence at Chongqing.
The pagoda/tower was worth it, although the view is not much during high pollution seasons. Vegetation was magnificent. Various themes to make the walk pleasant. Easy to access, although there's a tad bit of walking from the subway. (Get the ex-pat guide from the airport...More
Nice park with different areas. In the middle of the park there is a tower which gives you the best view of Chongqing for 5 RMB. We were lucky and went there on a cloudfree day, the view is probably even better in the evening.
This park is a great spot to visit if you are looking for excellent views of the city. At the top of the hill you can pay 5 RMB to climb to the top of an observation tower to take in 360 degree views of...More