Tianxin Pavilion was originally named Tianxing Pavilion. It was built in the highest place in Old Changsha. It was used as a defensive bunker in the ancient city of Changsha. From here, it overlooks the city center. Tianxin Pavilion is currently a city park, and there are not many additional views except for the attic. It takes about 30-40 minutes to visit.
A beautiful area in the middle of the city with a great view. Not knowing much about the history of Changsha this was a short stop worth taking. It wasn’t as busy as most attractions areas in Changsha, and that allowed me to walk around at my own pace and even sit down for a while to relax. It was great seeing the structure of the building and the green areas surrounding it.
We booked the tickets on Ctrip, and then took the tickets at the entrance of the scenic spot. They were very delicate and postcards. There are three floors of Tianxin Pavilion that you can climb up. You can take a look at the scenery of Yuelu Mountain in the distance and Changsha nearby. You can also learn about the history of the Tianxin Pavilion. From its back door, you can reach Tianxin Park and experience the leisure life of Changsha people.
Changsha Tianxin Pavilion is the only remaining section of the ancient city wall in Changsha. I personally think that the scenery is average, just to appreciate the historical sites, humanities and history! Suitable for open parks, there are many leisure people around at night, the attic is not open at night, and there is no light show. I think you can add some lights to this, so it will be a bit of a landmark building!