Guyi Garden

Guyi Garden, located in Nanxiang Town in Shanghai’s Jiading District, was built in the Ming Dynasty during the reign of the Wanli Emperor and was originally a private garden. The name comes from a poem about bamboo due to the lush bamboo growing in the garden. When first constructed, the garden’s layout was full of twists and turns with the connecting pavilions and halls placed beautifully within the natural surroundings. After 400 years of war and the fall of the dynasties, most of the buildings are no longer there. After the founding of the P.R.C., the garden was restored and enlarged a number of times and now occupies an area of almost 10 hectares. It has 6 scenic areas: Hermitage Pavilion, Playing Goose Pond, Green and Clear Garden, Mandarin Duck Lake, and Nanxiang Wall. It’s a great place to see well preserved and renovated Ming and Qing Dynasty architecture.
  • East Minzhu Road, Nanxiang Town
  • 021-59122225
  • Bus routes: 562, Hutang Line, 517

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