Hot Springs Park is a European-style leisure park, built at the end of 1996, opened in early 1997.It is found in the southeast section of Wu Si Road, the hot spring zone, covering an area of 10 hectares. Here you will find carpets of green grass, fresh flowers, fountains, zigzagging paths and verandas. Hot Spring Park has been landscaped and planted in a typically western style with large lawns, and fountains. The bamboo and banyan trees do provide a hint of the Chinese, but many of the structures in the park such as the West Gate and the North Gate are built in a Classical Greek architectural style.
With glass pyramid as the central point, the park is divided into northern half and southern half.There are ten areas devoted to different plant types, such as the Camellia Garden and the Sweet-scented Osmanthus Garden. In the centre of the park sits a large glass pyramid, but the thousands of white pigeons which have been brought in from Shanghai may provide the most memorable sight for visitors.
The park is home to a Tulip Show every year during the Spring Festival.
Location:No.1888 Hot Spring Park Road, Gulou District, Fuzhou
Opening hours: 6:30-22:00
Entrance Fee: Free
Transportation: Take bus No.100 or 107 to provincial library stop
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