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Easy to get to line 12 Guilin park station. just across the road at the junction.
Lots of different views around every corner. Lots of shady spots to rest and relax. There is a tea room.We were watching a group of photographers taking picture of...More
I visited on a rainy day，which adds to the charm of the place🤗. Although i am not an expert in botany，it was fun seeing all those old trees in such a serene atmosphere，not so far away from the city center. Plus it was super cheap...More
Although a little way from city centre, this park is a fantastic example of chinese garden architecture. Every path / election / nook and cranny has been thought through and has a purpose. Every angle shows a different face meaning you can wonder and enjoy...More
Once in a lifetime one gets transported to a magical sanctuary. This beautiful, tranquil soothing private garden and home is just that. You forget you are in the city as you wander around. This is a truly a quite place. For the first time in...More
Guilin Park may not be the most famous in Shanghai but with the fragrant osmanthus in bloom it has to be one of the most charming. It showcases the China Americans imagine from the movies with the osmanthus trees forming tunnels around the curving walkways....More
Living this area(walking distance to the park) for more than 15 years, visited for countless time, some alone, most with family or friends. More visit, more love. This is the most distinguished Chinese style garden in shanghai, even better than Suzhou's.
Was a pure private...More
There are many parks in Shanghai, most of them look the same and feel the same. Guilin park is of the older kind. Lovely walks and bridges. It is not big, but interesting.
You can catch line 12 to Guilin Park Metro. It is not...More
Found this park by accident one day while out exploring in the west of the city. It is listed on maps as quite a small park, but it has quite a bit of charm. The park itself is quite old, but has been renovated with...More
I had been meaning to go to this park for some time now, but only got around to doing so the past weekend. It's was actually larger than I expected but, that said, is nothing huge. An hour or so is plenty, though you can...More
Guilin park is not very large but it is quite refreshing when living in Shanghai. We spent 2h there with my wife and 16 months old son and it was relaxing. The landscape is very similar to what you would find in Yu Garden with...More