Bao Zheng Cemetery
Bao Zheng Cemetery
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8:00 AM - 7:30 PM
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8:00 AM - 7:30 PM
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8:00 AM - 7:30 PM
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8:00 AM - 7:30 PM
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8:00 AM - 7:30 PM
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Mandy L
Queensland, Australia320 contributions
Visited on a week-end - easy to get around; informative; you need a ticket but it is very cheap. The area was clean, required walking and some small garden and buliing areas might cause concern if you have prams or wheelchairs, but it is very worth a visit.
Written 13 April 2021
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TonyEBetts
Battle, UK208 contributions
Solo
Nice gardens and cemetery to wander around for an hour or so. There is the actual burial area and a wax museum depicting Lord Bao. Be aware that apart from the map at the start nothing is in English so you just need to enjoy the sights
Written 20 July 2018
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Jarko2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,748 contributions
Solo
The Bao Zheng tomb is one of the three sites dedicated to Lord Bao in the park that bears his name. It seems a lot of visitors miss the actual tomb itself as it's not very well posted once you're inside the gardens. It's under a temple building, down a nicely lit tunnel, at the back of the park on the left. Easy to miss and in fact, I nearly did. Buy the RMB50 ticket to see the three main Bao sites in the park.
Written 3 October 2017
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Laxiaozi08200912
Beijing, China1,277 contributions
Solo
Was there in june 2015, I was there at dusk...at first it felt a bit scary because of the darkness around you, but as time passes, I was there many many times and got familiar with the routes, so I wasn't very scared. The Lion statue on the steps can be intimidating, but don't worry, it's just a decoration.
Written 10 February 2017
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551samanthan
Hefei, China5 contributions
Friends
Part of the combo ticket covering 4 sites, the cemetery can also be visited on its own. There is a masoleum containing what appeared to be part of Justice Bao's remains (as the rest has been lost, it seems), which is situated within a sombre tunnel. At first, it feels a little overwhelming, but when treated with the respect and honor the site deserves, is a powerful reminder of his long and virtuous life and works, which is legendary among the Chinese.

There is a small indoor museum with an interesting video (in Mandarin of course) explaining the discovery and transportation of his remains from Kaifeng where he ruled to Hefei where he was born. It will take at least 30 minutes to watch it from start to finish.
Written 6 January 2017
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Shiyin87
Hefei, China44 contributions
It is ancient and history place in Hefei city, Anhui province. It was a old famous court. There are very nice view over there.
Written 4 November 2016
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Sir_Iron_Longsword
Langkawi, Malaysia93 contributions
Solo
Great for history lovers who would like to see the history behind the man who's the symbol of justice, uprightness and piety in China.
Written 3 August 2015
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wsymes
Weimar, Germany316 contributions
Couples
The nicest part of Hefei is the river and gardens surrounding the old city, and this tribute to Lord Bao is the nicest part that I have seen. Clearly coming on a spring day in April, with the sun shining but not too hot, was a good choice. People were curious to see westerners but still friendly and courteous. Lord Bao was clearly a fascinating man. It would be nice to have more in English, but then I think about how little there is in most western attractions to cater to Chinese speakers and I can not complain. If you come to Hefei, walking through here is well worth doing.
Written 29 April 2015
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Chinajuly2011
Hefei1 contribution
Mr Bao was a very important person in the Chinese history. The cemetery is surrounded by a nice park where people play, rent electric boats and rest.

In the middle of the park there is a museum dedicated to Bao. This is well developed within the Chinese style.
Written 20 July 2011
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