Qixinggang Park is a good place for people to usually relax and entertain. The scenery is beautiful and peaceful. There are many kinds of motor games and swimming pools inside. The park also implements a free pass policy. It is indeed a good place for leisure.
After morning transport in the park, I came to the nearby Mingyi Hotel for morning tea. Shrimp and chive pancakes were 12 yuan (scorched), sesame cakes were 16 yuan (too expensive! Fragrant and soft), and chives fried dumplings were 14 yuan (lack of umami). Check out 50 yuan. The waiters here help make tea and pour tea, and they have a good attitude.
For dinner at the Mingyi Hotel Chinese Restaurant near Qixinggang Park, he also accidentally presented a pre-dinner snack, cucumber and pickled radish (the original price is 12 yuan), and watermelon after the meal. Except for the rice that I couldn't finish eating, the rest finally worked hard on CDs. There are no suitable restaurants nearby, so I don't bother to go out, so I will have dinner in a high-end hotel restaurant and come back for tea tomorrow morning.
Guangzhou Qixinggang Park is located next to Shixin Highway in Panyu District, Guangzhou, about two kilometers away from the Yuyin Mountain House at home. It is connected to Line 8 by the subway to reach the main entrance. The park is free, today is Saturday, but there are not many tourists, there are a few scattered. The park is lined with trees, there are artificial lakes as well as natural lakes, and there are greenways in the park for cycling. In the hot summer, it feels cool when I arrive in the park, the wind is a bit strong and comfortable. There are several springs in the park. I heard that it is flowing down from the hills. I feel that it is coming out of the ground. The fountains are built with tap water outlets. Each spring has two or three water outlets. Nearby residents drive by. When you take spring water, the water flows 24 hours a day. When no one picks up the water, the water flows into the artificial lake. After I entered the park, I felt very thirsty. I looked around for places to sell water. No, because there are not many tourists and there is no business to do! Later, I found someone was taking water, so I went to drink enough, the spring water was sweet and cool. It doesn't seem worthwhile to go to Qixinggang Park specifically, because it's too far away. If you go to Yuyin Mountain, you can stop by.
Mobile games are suitable for children and convenient transportation
Qixinggang Park is also more famous, after all, Qixinggang is a famous place and it is mentioned in history books. Qixinggang Park is a good place for walking, running, square dancing and cycling.
Preston_Dominguez: New Highway, Nancun Town, Panyu District, Guangzhou
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Qixinggang Park,Linggui Tower,Foshan Gaoming Century Coins Museum,Linggui Park （Southwest Gate）,Tangdailongyao Ruins Exhibition Hall