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A building, which was ruined or torn down 28 times and 1989 for the latest time rebuilt, you might have never seen. Still, this is it!
50 Yuan resp free admission for elderly people.
Great view, great decoration, friendly guides an staff.
The Tengwang Pavilion is astonishing. Although it has been burned down at least 8 times, it is some of the most amazing architecture. Please visit and appreciate the history - if you can visit with a local it is best as everything is in Mandarin.
The entry fee is 50 yuan. The view from the 6th floor is very nice, especially on a sunny day. It took us nearly 3 hours to slowly enjoy everything this place has to offer. It is a must to visit this place when you...More
I came to Nanchang directly from Singapore via the budget airline, Scoots. The weather in Nanchang was terribly hot in the month of August. It took me almost 40 mins under the scorching sun to walk from Bayi Square to the pavilion.
Fortunately, I managed...More
Very very nice place to visit. Very hot in summer though. Went on a Saturday morning, you’d think they’d be more tourists but it was alright. Just the heat was unbearable but the view once you go up is breathtaking. Recommend to see
The preservation and restoration is brilliant - so much attention to detail.
The only downside, although if did not affect us directly, was that the lifts to upper floors of the pavilion were out of order.
I would recommend to visit this Pavilion of Prince Ge 滕王阁 if you come to Nanchang. Inexpensive, quite interesting and guess this is sort of a landmark of Nanchang. This was considered holy land during Chinese history and is highly respected by many locals. A...More
Wow wow. What a sight. This is what you really expect to see when you come to China. Considering how old these buildings are, they are in amazing condition and have been well looked after. Entry, like most things in China was dirt cheap and...More
Tengwang pavilion is quite famous in South China.It is something you really shouldn't miss in Nanchang.It was rebuilt in 1986.It has seven floors.On every floor,you can see some typical local articles.I was totally impressed by a painting on the 4th floor.It was made of human's...More