Siya Garden

No.2 Tai Ping Men Dong Jie, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210016, China
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Nanjing (train)

by DrSlump

How can I get Shozou and Hangzou from Nanjing?. There is a train saervice available?

Re: Nanjing (train)

by neverstoptravel

Frequent train services.

Re: Nanjing (train)

by bpritts

As I recall it is about 6 or 8 hours by train from Nanjing- Hangzhou.

for Shozou - do you mean Suzhou (sometimes pronounced Shu Jo?)

A good itinerary would be Nanjing - train to Suzhou (about 1 1/2 - 2 hrs),
then on to Hangzhou - another 4 - 5 hrs.

These trains all go through Shanghai.

Regards,
Brad

Re: Nanjing (train)

by ellyse

Nanjing -- Suzhou: Plenty of trains and buses. I would definitely go by train.
Nanjing/Suzhou -- Hangzhou: Bus is probably a better option since these don't have to make a lengthy stopover in Shanghai.

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Zhanyuan Garden

by Paul2001

Zhanyuan Garden was my first visit to Chinese garden while in China (I visited one in Canada). To be honest I was not overly impressed but then again this is not best garden that you will find in the country. I would soon travel to Suzhou which hosts so many of the great classical Chinese gardens. More interesting is the Museum of the History of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. Most Westerners know little of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, more commonly known as the Taiping Rebellion but it was critical event in 19th century Chinese history. It involved the bloodiest civil war in history with more than 20,000,000 people killed. The museum is housed in some of the garden pavilions and was quite fascinating. I knew just a little of the details of the rebellion but thanks for the English labeled displays I now know a little bit more. On exhibit here are the weapons, robes and other relics used by the Heavenly Kingdom. They are well displayed however the explanations of the events are somewhat superficial and rather tainted by political view thus being held by the current government.
The garden itself has a fine rockery and a large pond full of goldfish. At the time of my visit, there was a photo shoot being conducted by a fashion magazine which was fun to watch.
The Zhanyuan Garden is open from 8am to 5pm and admission is Y10. The garden and museum are located around the corner from the Confucius Temple. There is a pedestrian mall and market nearby.

Pavillion and Trishaw at Fu Zi Miao

by imstress

I was tempted to take a ride on the trishaw around the Fu Zi Miao night market.
In the end time is not on our side as we need to meet with the rest of the tour group.

Do u like the pavillion as much as i do?

Ming Tomb Scenic Area - The Sacrificial Censers

by Willettsworld

Placed before the Sacrificial Hall on each side of its gate, the pair of Sacrificial Censers are actually two small temple-shaped buildings made of yellow and green glazed materials. Pieces of paper on which characters were inscribed to call back the spirit of the dead) were burnt for sacrificial ceremonies.

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