Wuhou Shrine

Wuhou Shrine, located on Wuhou Street in Chengdu, is a shrine to commemorate Zhuge Liang, the prime minister of the Shu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms period. When it was first built, it was adjacent to the ancestral temple of Liu Bei, Emperor Zhao Lie, and later merged into the Han Zhao Lie Temple in the early period of Ming Dynasty.

The garden area of Wuhou Shrine is located on the west side of Wuhou Shrine. It was originally the tomb of Liu Xiang, the chairman of Sichuan Province during the Republic of China. There are stone archway gate, three cave gate, four square pavilion, jianxin hall, tomb room and other buildings in the area, which is the only cemetery complex in the southwest with the north style. Wuhou Shrine is adjacent to Jinli Old Street and can be visited together.

Wuhou Shrine is also one of the local monuments. There are many tourists, the buildings are well preserved and protected, and they are very antique. The transportation there is also convenient.

Chengdu Wuhou Shrine is an ancient scenic spot, which shows the development of ancient times and human history, and here is the inheritance of the Chengdu Shu Kingdom culture, and there are records of people in the Bashu area. There is not only historical culture, but also many famous Bashu Snacks and Chengdu snacks that are very attractive, and the price is not expensive. There are many accommodations in the surrounding area.

Wuhou Shrine is a must-see attraction in Chengdu. It is the most classic historical landscape of the Three Kingdoms culture and a national key cultural relics protection unit. There is a large courtyard at the back, extending in all directions, and there is a bonsai garden, and a small river whose water scenery is also good!

Suzhou Museum

As we all know, Suzhou gardens are quite famous, but Suzhou has many other highlights for visits except gardens, ancient towns, small bridges, etc. And if you want to really understand Suzhou, visiting the Suzhou Museum will be the best choice. When you go here, you will never feel the dry grass, because it has long been blended with Suzhou’s white walls and tiles, trees, and plants, because it is a landscape and a piece of art.

Founded in 1960, the Suzhou Museum is located in the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom King’s Mansion. It is the first batch of national key cultural relics protection units. It is a complete set of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom historical buildings in China. In 1999, the Suzhou Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government invited the world Chinese architect Mr. Pei Yuming to design the new Suzhou Museum and it completed and opened on October 6, 2006.

The new museum covers an area of about 10,700 square meters. Together with a construction area of more than 19,000 square meters, and the repaired Taiping Heavenly Kingdom King’s Mansion, it features a total area of 26,500 square meters. It is a comprehensive museum integrating modern buildings, ancient architecture, and innovative landscapes.

Winter is the best carrier to come to Suzhou Museum. The light and shadow changes in black and white tones. The lines of colors, the gray elements on the black edges of the white walls, the white sky fragments separated by the outline, the gray roof reflected in the water, and even the transparent light flowing in the space, are the beauty of angular color lines. The structure extended by the triangle is the geometric lines of the building, just like Bach’s music. The basic theme is changing, and the natural and smooth geometric lines are really beautiful!

Beijing Olympic Park

Beijing Olympic Park is located in Chaoyang District, Beijing, at the northern end of the central axis of Beijing City, north to the south bank of Qinghe River, south to Beitucheng Road, east to Anli Road and Beichen East Road, west to Lincui Road and Beichen West Road. With an area of ​​11.59 square kilometers, it embodies the three major concepts of “Science, Technology, Green and Humanities”. It is a new urban area that combines office, commerce, hotel, culture, sports, conference, and residence.

During the 2008 Olympic Games, there were 10 Olympic competition venues including Bird’s Nest, Water Cube, National Stadium, National Convention Center Fencing Stadium, Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Olympic Sports Center Hall, Yingdong Swimming Hall, Olympic Park Archery Field, Olympic Park Tennis Court, Olympic Park Hockey Field. In addition, there are 7 non-competition venues including the Olympic Main Press Center (MPC), International Broadcasting Center (IBC), Olympic Reception Center, Olympic Village (Paralympic Village), etc. It is a comprehensive public activity center including various functions such as sports events, exhibition centers, science and education culture, leisure shopping.

Beijing Olympic Park has two benefits, attracting many people to come here countless times. The first is that there are plastic tracks in the North Park and South Park. The running feel is very good and the knees will not easily hurt. The second is that the park is very large, even if there are many people, you can find a few quiet places.

The Beijing Olympic Park was built specifically for the Beijing Olympic Games. It is the largest urban park in Beijing. It is currently a natural landscape tourist area for citizens and tourists to relax and explore. Take Metro Line 8 to Forest Park South Gate Station and Lin Cuiqiao Station and get off and walk.