Lu Xun Park is a small but very picturesque park in the city of Qingdao. It is dedicated to the memory of Lu Xun, the famous author who wrote Diary of A Madman and The True Story of Ah Q, both extremely important works in the development of Chinese literature of the 20th century. It should not be confused with the more famous Lu Xun Park of Shanghai.
There’s a traditional Chinese arch at the gate, and a statue of Lu Xun welcoming visitors. One of the most striking features of this park is the abundance of small pine trees, which provide a shady respite from the adjoining Number 1 Beach. Views are of the Huiquan Bay and sweeping vistas of the sea. There’s also an interesting mix of international and Chinese buildings nearby, such as the pagoda in Xiao Yu Shan Park on the adjacent hill and the colonial era apartment building across the street. Sandwiched in between the Naval Museum and Underwater World aquarium, Lu Xun Park is best visited on a weekday morning, when there is calm, quiet, and relative solitude. See a preview of the park scenery here.
Location:Qinyu Road,Nanqu District,Qingdao
Transportation:Bus No.6,26,223,304,311,312,316,321,501,231,801 or 202.
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