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Leonhkny
Hong Kong, Chine19 913 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2024 • En famille
Keyuan Museum, as the official name should be, is the (only) tourist attraction in the Guangdong city of Dongguan. One of the four major Cantonese gardens in the province, it is a quaint and compact place to spend some time when in the city. Admission is 8 yuan.
Écrit le 8 juin 2024
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ZRX大津市
大津市2 503 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2022
東莞市にあるKeyuan博物館です。街の中にあり清王朝の時代の建物や文化財が展示されています。池があり池のアヒルが人懐こくってかわいいです。
Écrit le 11 novembre 2022
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Douglas M
Canton, Chine2 755 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2020
SWMBO and I decided to kick-off the year with a trip to DongGuan. Where to visit was the problem. I wanted to visit the either the Opium War Museum or HuMen Naval Museum or Sea Battle Museum (both TA reviewed) but SWMBO wanted some fresh air not the stuffy confines of a museum so it had to be a park. We hadn’t been impressed by YueHui Park (TA reviewed) so she chose KeYuan Garden.

We caught the coach from GuangZhou coach terminal which is practically next door the main railway station. You must have your passport with you to buy coach and rail tickets. The one-way fare for the one-hour journey was ¥40 yuan plus ¥2 for travel insurance.

On the coach for the first twenty minutes you are ‘entertained’ by videos of the desirability of wearing a seatbelt when the coach crashes, and how to break the windows and evacuate the coach when smoke billows out from the floor. The ¥2 for travel insurance feels like a bargain. I’m amazed prayer mats or rosary beads aren’t available for the more anxious passenger.

Anyway, we arrived safely at DongGuan coach station. We then found the No. 28 bus stand and amazingly there was one waiting and the driver told us it was just four stops to KeYuan. The fare was ¥1 cash each. Note GuangZhou travel cards aren’t accepted and no change is given, an ideal opportunity to get rid of all the small denomination coins in my purse!

After going through the bus-wash, we were soon at the KeYaun stop and the ever-helpful driver told SWMBO the gardens were on the other side of the road about 100 metres back along the road. We crossed the road and stopped at a smallish shop to buy a packet of biscuits to munch on for lunch. The shopkeeper also persuaded as to part with an extra ¥2 for a small bag of fish food. This proved to be ¥2 well spent.

The KeYuan was now only about 50 metres further on. Entry was ¥8 for SWMBO but I waved my passport and being sufficiently ancient got in for free.

A brief history; the house and garden were built by Zhang JingXiu between 1850 and 1864, the year he died at the age of 41. He continued the family tradition of being in the military and government and thereby accumulating wealth. He built the house and garden for himself and artist friends as a place where they could immerse themselves in the creative arts of painting and poetry. SWMBO reckons that at the end of the Qing dynasty in the early 20th century many of these rich families emigrated to America and just left the properties vacant. It’s only in recent years that the government, both at local and national level, have rescued them and saved them as places of historical and cultural importance. Another example of house and garden created by a wealthy government official is YuYin Hill House in the PanYu district (TA reviewed).

Anyway, we strolled around the house and gardens, stopping briefly to admire the scenery while we munched biscuits and sipped tea for mid-afternoon refresher. Be aware there are no refreshments available on-site.

There’s a music room that seemed ready for a performance with various Chinese instruments but unfortunately there was no one there to pluck or twang them. There are plenty of other rooms, some with sticks of old furniture and other that have chairs which are ideal for resting weary legs.

Of course, we climbed to the top of the tower for a nice view of the garden. Before DongGuan was developed the view must have been spectacular. In the exhibition dedicated to Zhang JingXiu there a photo from 1964 which will give you an impression of the development that occurred in the last 50 years.

The house is a popular place for locals to be photographed draped over various pieces of furniture and railings. We just smiled as we pushed past as they attempted the perfect pose. Talk about mutton dressed-up as lamb!

There were plenty of hungry fish of all sizes in the ponds to enjoy the ¥2 bag of fish food. Even the swans on the lake were partial to it. I even dipped into the supply that I carry in my man-bag.

Note, you’ll need your ticket to stroll into the lake area and visit the new ‘art’ museum, so don’t lose it. We were adventurous and pushed on towards the wild and slightly forgotten part of the garden. It’s so nice and quiet that there was mahjong session in full swing under a large tree with a bevy of excited grand dames shuffling the tiles.

After three hours SWMBO decided that it was time to head back home, the No. 28 bus stop is just by the entrance. Only take the No. 28, others may end-up at the bus station but only after a circuitous trip around the city.

Back at the bus station it was another ¥84 for two tickets and a ten- minute wait for the coach. The return was a few minutes longer as the driver stopped for 211 litres of fuel for ¥1410. Another grand day out!
Écrit le 10 janvier 2020
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ilovetraveltravel
Hong Kong, Chine348 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2019 • En famille
東莞可園在東莞市城西的博廈村。很好搵的。
我估計它是廣東四大名園之中保留得最好的,很有嶺南文化。
我和家人在這瘋狂拍照了!
Écrit le 19 juin 2019
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5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2018 • En couple
比较典型的岭南私家园林,比较小,不过也还算精致。位于老城区,半个小时就逛完了,票价好像10块钱左右,有时间没时间都可以来逛一逛
Écrit le 9 février 2019
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dhb-user
1 160 contributions
1,0 sur 5 bulles
nov. 2018 • En solo
建物に入らなかったので、良さが分からなかったのか?公園の池を縫うようにある遊歩道はとても短い。何も見るものはなかった。隣接地に美術館があったが何の展示かは分からない。
Écrit le 28 novembre 2018
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1,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2017 • Entre amis
有友人来莞,一翻招待后,总得留下美好回忆吧,想到了可园。那个闹市中的一泓清流,东莞人涨脸的文化底蕴。还会再来......特别喜欢池边、树下、看鸭
Écrit le 2 août 2018
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Hau Chu C
HKG18 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2018 • En solo
鄉情仍在
我刚好九時到達可園,景點刚開門,沒多少遊人,行得很暢快.不難發現周遭地方打掃得很乾淨.洗手間也很清潔. 地方及設施打理得很好. 很感謝管理單位及所有服務人員.
Écrit le 22 juin 2018
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saad
Baghdad, Iraq90 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2018 • En solo
At night you can walk like other locals fast walk among trees or join dancing groups
In daylight you can enjoy the green views

But note that in dongguan these is a nother but very wide park with lake and hills you can walk for hours to finish it .
Écrit le 30 mai 2018
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Smile Lion
East District, Tainan1 012 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2018 • Voyage d'affaires
門票只要8RMB。可用2小時漫步其中。園林很精緻緊湊。舊建築保持完整,窗戶的彩玻很美。字畫多,可比美蘇州園林。
Écrit le 16 avril 2018
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