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Guangxi Medical Botanical Garden
广西药用植物园

4.3/5
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Nanning Top 4 in Great Urban Parks
Botanical Garden
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Open Open from 1/1-12/31,8:00am-5:30pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: No. 189, Changgang Road, Xingning District, Nanning City
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Phone: 0771-5603072

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Guangxi Medicinal Botanical Gardens Guangxi Medicinal Botanical Gardens, located in the eastern suburb of Xingning District, Nanning City, was founded in 1959, covering more than 2 million square meters, is one of the largest medicinal botanical gardens in China and Southeast Asia. The garden is a comprehensive garden with green trees, vines and scaffolding, and small bridges and water. There are more than 5600 kinds of medicinal plants in the medicinal garden, among which there are more than 100 rare and endangered medicinal plants. The drug garden is divided into 7 drug districts: Guangxi specialty district, drug curative district, shade plant district, woody medicine district, herb medicine district, vine medicine district and medicinal animal district. Medicines include shrubs, trees, vines, grass and so on. The medicinal zoo also keeps some precious medicinal animals such as black langurs, rhesus monkeys, sika deer and flying tigers. The medicinal botanical garden is both a good place for recreation and recreation, and a good place for growing knowledge.

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Introduction

The botanical garden is located in the northern suburbs of Nanning, where not only the vegetation is lush, but also a variety of useful plants. Here you can see plants that have been heard in life, such as Zanthoxylum nitidum, Sarcandra glabra, etc., and many plants that are unheard of, which are eye-opening. The Botanical Garden is large and can be accessed from the West Gate, which is close to the Science Park. The Science Park is based on Li Shizhen's "Compendium of Materia Medica" and is divided into several regions.
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󰄧Baby room
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