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All the tourists looking for some gift… and sometime it’s not so easy to find some really authentic, nice souvenir. In this area you can fird hundred of small shops where you can buy jewerlies, clothes (special Chinese silk), tee and cosmethics. And if you’re...More
What a wonderful and peaceful time out during our tour of Zhujlajlao Water Village! This garden was built in 1912 and was owned by one of the richest salt merchants in Zhujiajiao. Its architecture is representative of rich families and combines both Chinese and Western...More
I came upon this garden while on a tour with RSD; it was a welcome oasis of calm in the busy world of Shanghai tourism. I'd taken this holiday to clear my mind after sending my book on food resilience off to the publisher -...More
This is a great garden within the ancient city. It is worth visiting and spending some time here. Lots of lovely scenery with the ponds and trees. There is a stage area that they still use for performances a few times throughout the year.
After our short ride on the river through Zhujiajiao Ancient Town we stopped at the Kezhi Garden for a short visit. It is a small garden with a museum showing some rooms of the early time.
To visit the garden and the little museum it...More
The Zhujiajiao Kezhi Garden is literally the only part of the town that is worth seeing. You can get some great pictures here. It is nice and peaceful and smells of fresh air...very different than the rest of the town and of Shanghai itself.
This garden is huge and very beautiful, lots of different parts, decoration, vegetation, tiny bridges, furniture and curious objects to see. But it could be in a much better shape. It needs restoration for sure. Nevertheless, it's worth a visit.
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I also went as part of a group, but 30 yuan sounds about right. There are also 60 and 80 yuan tickets which allow you to see some other attractions, though if you don't read Chinese you may not appreciate them so much - or... More
I also went as part of a group, but 30 yuan sounds about right. There are also 60 and 80 yuan tickets which allow you to see some other attractions, though if you don't read Chinese you may not appreciate them so much - or be able to find them!