Hui Garden Guide

-Travel to Hui Garden

Travel to The Hui Garden, you can best learn about the ancient culture of Anhui Province. Hui Garden, named after the Shui Kou Garden and located in Hefei Economic and Technological Development Zone, is a window of Hui culture. The Hui Garden has a front yard, which is a large open field, and a backyard, which is closed off and is very quiet and peaceful. Inside the garden there are also several galleries and pavilions, halls, towers, gateways that are worth seeing as well as the natural environment of trees, flowers and rockeries. The garden constructed in 1999 and opened to the public

 in 2001. It covers an area of 20 hectare (about 49 acres) around which the Yangtze and Huaihe Rivers flow. It is mainly divided into two garden areas: Wanbei area featuring Imperial gardens and Wannan area featuring the world-famous Hui Architectural Style. These buildings not only have formed their own individual and exclusive small garden-like scenery, but also emulate and flatter each other with the rest of garden. There are many symbolic man-made constructions in corresponding sections,

such as: the beautiful Huangshan Mountain, the Chaolu Lake, the Di Garden, etc. The garden is a comprehensive facility both for tourist attraction and recreational activities. While touring in the garden, one can familiarize himself with the history of the province as well as experience the feeling of being personally on the scene to those well-known scenic spots in Anhui Province. Here’s some guide information in your travel of Hui Garden: Address: West Road, Hefei Economic and Technological Development Zone, Anhui Province. Contact number: 0086-0551-3822004 Admission Fee: CNY20  Opening Hours: 08:00 to 17:30

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