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Presidential Palace of Nanjing
4.7/5
49,204 Reviews
Historical Site
The Presidential Palace of Nanjing has a long history and prominent reputation. During the Qing Dynasty, it is the Weaving department of Jiangning and the Administrative headquarters of Jiangnan. On New Year's Day in 1912, Father of Modern China Dr Sun Yat-sen was appointed as the interim president at this location. Sun Yat-sen used this place as the president’s office and meeting room thereafter. Since then, the palace served as the presidential residence of the Kuomintang government. The building is a mixture of Chinese and Western architectural styles. It is generously proportioned and intriguing to look at. Take a stroll through the park to track the footsteps of Sun Yat-sen and understand the ever-changing nature of history.
Chinese Dinosaur Park
4.5/5
36,375 Reviews
Theme Park
China Dinosaurs Park is a dinosaur-themed integrated amusement park equipped with a variety of thrilling rides and entertaining performances. In the summer, there is a water animation park and a night park. You can try out the Fire Dragon Revelry to experience a high altitude pendulum ride, or board the “Jet Tower” and experience the exhilarating drop. There is also China's only 4D roller coaster that allows you to experience the thrill of speed and flying.
Humble Administrator's Garden
4.6/5
39,307 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Garden
This is one of "China's Four Gardens" and a world cultural heritage site. The Humble Administrator’s Garden is known for its water landscape that highlights the ambiance of the Southern Chinese villages built on bodies of water. It is elegant and delicately designed. In the garden, different kinds of ancient architecture were built on water. They are scattered strategically and not one is the same as another. The garden is divided into three parts: the east, the middle, and the west. Each part has its own characteristics, especially the central garden, which basically maintains the simple and natural style of the Ming Dynasty gardens and represents the best of the whole garden.
Lingshan Town, Nianhua Bay
4.6/5
15,823 Reviews
Town
Lingshan Township's Nianhua Bay is a Zen-inspired resort town where you can go on a journey of spiritual discovery. The town is built in ancient Chinese style, with Zen as the central theme. During the day, you can visit the Zen music halls, the flower chamber, the music gazebo and Nianhua flower garden and tower, and other architectures. You can check out the arts and crafts shops. When you get tired, you can sit down somewhere to get a drink or grab a bite. In the evening, you can photograph the quiet night of Nianhua Bay and take a look at the novelty 3D water screen movie on Nianhua Lake.

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