Thirty-three years (214 B.C.) in Panyu, Qin Shihuang expanded Zhaotuo, king of South Vietnam, into a capital city (now Yuexiu Mountain, Xianggang Mountain area) ten years later. In April 2000, 600 square meters were excavated between Huifu East Road and Xihu Lake, and the ruins of wooden sluice gates in South Vietnam (south of the capital of South Vietnam) were found. Nearby, the ruins of Eastern Han Dynasty, Shuijing in Southern Dynasty, Tang Dynasty and Song Dynasty were also found. This is another important archaeological discovery after the discovery of the Nanyue Palace and the Palace Garden Site in the area of Zhongyou Street from 1974 to 1995.
The Nanyue National Sluice Site is located on the B1 floor of Guangming Square, 63 Xihu Road, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou City. As soon as you enter the first floor of Guangming Square, follow the guide and take the escalator down to the negative floor, you will see the South Vietnamese National Sluice Site. The sluice is one of the earliest, largest and best preserved wooden structure sluice sites in China. The glass protective cover of the existing cultural relics sites is protected in situ and is open to the public for free visits. The Nanyue National Sluice Site was declared as a municipal cultural relic protection unit by the Guangzhou Municipal Government in 2002. In May 2006, it was declared a state-level cultural relic protection unit. However, there are more staff here than tourists. Moreover, the lighting of the exhibition hall here is rather dim, and it is difficult to see the site of the sluice through the glass protective cover.
South Vietnam Guoshuiguan Site is a very good scenic spot, free transportation is very convenient, but also has a certain degree of visibility. This scenic spot is located on Beijing Road, the hottest pedestrian street in Guangzhou, just down the Guangming Square. It's totally free. You can see the ancient wood-made, the most well-preserved water conservancy site in the world. Actually, like the sluice now, the wisdom of the ancients so many years ago was just like that. It was really not easy.
In this busy section, Beijing Road Commercial Street, you may not have thought that it was once a series of cultural songs of South Vietnam, including a wooden sluice on the negative floor of Guangming Square. This place is arranged like a museum, completely free of charge, but it feels a little lack of maintenance.
It's on the lower floor of Guangming Square in downtown Beijing Road. It is the remains sluice of South Vietnam. It is a key cultural protection unit in the whole country. No tickets are accepted. It covers a large area. In addition to wooden sluices, there are also some text introductions and unearthed cultural relics exhibitions.
South Vietnam National Sluice Site is on the lower floor of Guangming Square. It's free to visit. You should pay attention to the opening time. It's from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. If you take Metro Line 1 and Line 2, you will get off at Park Front Station, and Line 6 will get off at Beijing Road. It is suggested to take Line 1 and Line 2. There aren't so many roads. At Exit E of the front station of the park, you can cross Mayflower Square and Beijing Road and find Guangming Square across the ramp from Guangzhou Department Store. This site is an important facility for flood discharge, moisture-proof and drainage on the North Bank of the Pearl River during the period of South Vietnam. Its construction principle is very similar to that of modern sluices, which proves the superb wisdom of the ancients at that time. It is estimated that in order to protect the site, the light inside is very dim, and the photographic effect is not very bright. In addition to the sluice, there are a row of display cabinets around it, with the blue and white trays unearthed at the same time with the sluice, the blue and white pottery bowls of the Southern Jin Dynasty, the stamped text tiles of the Southern Vietnam State Period and other cultural relics of different dynasties, if you like cultural relics and historical relics. People should come to see it. It's because the lights are too dim. When visiting, we should pay special attention to the ground. There may be high and low stairs and some protruding places. Be careful not to fall down. Because the area is not big, it's enough to visit here for at least one hour.
Beijing Road. You can spend half an hour watching it. It's worth learning.
The scenic spots on Beijing Road in Guangzhou can be visited free of charge as long as you go to the window to get a visitor's ticket, but it's better to have a guide to explain it, otherwise you can only enjoy it purely, and then imagine it by your own imagination.