Zuibaichi Park is a Chinese garden in Shanghai's suburban Songjiang District that dates back to the Song Dynasty. It is one of the five ancient Chinese gardens in Shanghai. The existing garden was built by the Qing Dynasty painter Gu Dashen on the original site. Zuibaichi Park divided into two parts: the inner garden and the outer garden. The inner garden is the original classic garden. It has a traditional architectural style consisting of elegant pavilions, winding and zigzagging paths, carved beams, and painted rafters. It has such exceptional charm that it attracts an endless stream of tourists.
Dong Qichang's former residence in the Ming Dynasty, located in Songjiang, the birthplace of Shanghai, is known as one of the four classical gardens in Shanghai. Today's drunken white pond includes the inner garden and the outer garden of the outer pond of Dong Qichang, which makes the layout of the whole garden more complete. There are many plants in the garden, and the flowers blossom all the year round. During the wandering, you can not only appreciate the unique interesting of moving and changing scenery of Chinese gardens, but also enjoy it. Appreciating many famous bonsai products makes people relaxed and happy, physically and mentally pleasant.
Drunken White Pool is a rare modern calligraphy park. After entering the park, it is a green tree with white walls. It is a rare quiet isolated from the world. Like many parks, there is a teahouse in which many old people come to have tea party every day, some practice singing and singing in the pavilion. After a few pavilions, you will soon see the Wuse Spring. The pool is blue, green and yellow, hence its name. The essence of the park lies in the fact that there is a lattice separated in the innermost part. There are paintings exhibitions of famous painters, calligraphy exhibitions, plant exhibitions and so on. You can visit them one by one in Yaxing. The whole park area is not too big, but the green coverage is relatively large, the air is fresh, it is worth visiting.
Classical gardens are well-known. It's very close to Line 9 drunk Baichi Station, next door. Tickets with postcards can be sent to oneself as a souvenir or to friends. With a souvenir stamp on the drunken white pool. The bonsai garden inside is a lingering sight. Tickets are absolutely overvalued. Prices of old state-owned stores.
Drunken pool is located in the old town of Songjiang, Shanghai. It is a typical Jiangnan garden. It is the oldest one in Shanghai's five classical gardens (Yu Garden, ancient Yi Yuan, drunken white pond, Qiu Xia Pu and Qu Shuiyuan). It is not big in the white pond, but also has expanded the new park. There are pavilions, rockery ponds, ancient wood verdant, quiet environment, and the rare elegance and tranquility in the busy market. Now it's very convenient to visit Songjiang. From downtown Shanghai, you can take Shanghai Metro Line 9 directly to Yaobaichi Station, just outside. There aren't many tourists in the park. Tickets are required.
Drunken Baichi is still a famous park. It happened that relatives came to Songjiang to visit it. The front of the park was not big, but in fact, it was very rich. There were bamboo forests and bridges running water. There were also the feeling of Suzhou gardens. It might be the relationship of New Year. There were still a lot of people, but because it was relatively large, after walking through several concentrated scenic spots, it felt more comfortable and the air was very clear. New or a park worth visiting~
The scenic spots in Shanghai are directly accessible by Songjiang Metro. The gardens of the Qing Dynasty were visited on the day before the Lantern Festival. There are many traditional activities in the gardens, which have a yearly flavor. Plum blossoms are in full bloom. The scenery is good. The ticket is 12 yuan, the student ticket is half price, and the old people over 70 are free of tickets.
The wall that you first see at the entrance of the park is called brick carving wall. It shows the main view, the near view, the long view and the background of drunk white pool from the angle of oblique overlooking and relief expression. Referring to the origin of the name of the garden, it is said that Gu Dashen, the owner of the garden in Kangxi period, worshiped Bai Juyi very much and was often intoxicated with the beautiful artistic conception of Bai Juyi's poems, so he named his garden "Drunken Baichi". Today's drunken white pool is filled with ancient trees, terraces, pavilions, winding corridors, simple and elegant.
There is a tea room in the drunken white pond, called the Reading Hall. It occupies a seat in the Reading Hall. Wouldn't it be a pleasure to have tea and read? One of the five classical gardens in Shanghai is worth roaming around. On May 16 this year, I actually stepped into Yan Shu's words!
Drunken Baichi is one of the five oldest classical gardens in Shanghai. Its lush trees, flourishing and blurred, inch-long gardens and step-by-step scenery are the Drunken Baitang built by the Qing Dynasty imitating Song Bai Juyi, and Mr. Sun, the father of the state, has also made a speech here.
To get out of the subway station is to buy a ticket to the visitor center to have a guide to understand the layout of the garden. The garden itself is not big. There is a new park outside, a hill, a pool, a trail, a nice environment, a garden itself, a cloister, a pool, a beautiful scenery, less rich and rich than Yu Garden, and more literati.