The entrance to the Tide Viewing Resort Park is the Baishitan Square, from here you can go up to the embankment of the Qiantang River. There are many stone monuments with celebrity inscriptions around here, there are few people, it feels very quiet, it is very comfortable to walk around
After entering the Guanchao Park, you have to walk out of the Baishitan Square to reach Baishitai. The square used to be the place where Emperor Qianlong watched the tide. I heard that the current site has been rebuilt. The main color is white, which matches the surrounding area and the blue sky.
It was built strictly symmetrically according to the central axis, with a circle of rainbow walls, and it felt like walking on the central axis of the Forbidden City. It is worthy of being built by Emperor Qianlong to watch the tide.
Baishitan Square is located in Guanchaoge Park. It used to be the place where Qianlong watched the tide of the Qiantang River. It was rebuilt after 2000. This is part of the park landscape, but it is not an ideal place to watch the tide at present, so just walk by and take a look at it. It is not too interesting.
Baishitai Square was originally a place for worshipping the tide gods. It is the largest cultural square in the tide-watching resort park. The opening ceremony of the tide-watching festival is held here every year. Although it used to be an old site, the square now feels like it was newly built.
Preston_Dominguez: Huanzhen South Road, Yanguan Town, South Huancheng Road, Haining City, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Haining Yanguan Tourist Resort,Haining Tide,Jiaxing Chen Gelao House,Jiaxing Haishen Temple,Guanchao Shengdi Park