Ganzhou is a large southern city in Jiangxi Province, China, adjacent to Guangdong. The city sits on the confluence of the three rivers. There is a high-rise building at the confluence. It is classical and majestic. It is called the Eight Views Terrace. It is a good place to climb up and look forward to luck. It has also been built into a convenient park, called Bajing Park, in which the lake and building shadows are beautiful, and it is also an excellent place for leisure.
Bajing Park is located at the northern end of Ganzhou City. The two rivers of Zhang and Gong merged together to form the Gan River. In the Bajing Park, there are famous historical sites in Ganzhou---Song City Wall and Bajingtai. Climbing to the Eight Mirror Platform, the eight sceneries of Ganzhou are unobstructed and the scenery of the source of the Ganjiang River is unobstructed. More than half of the Bajing Park is surrounded by ancient city walls, with Yongjinmen on the south side and Beimen and the source of Ganjiang River on the north.
Bajing Park is a free park. It is naturally quite good. Many locals take a walk here. It happens to be the intersection of the three rivers. The natural landscape is very beautiful. In addition to the Bajingtai, you will have to charge an additional ticket for the entrance. Others walk on the city wall. No tickets are required.
We walked from Yongjinmen to Bajingtai along the city wall. The scenery along the way was beautiful. Later, we learned that we were in Bajing Park. We left the park from the north gate and saw the gate of Bajing Park. This street is also called Bajing Cultural Street. There is also Gumijiao Park outside Bajingtai. The greenery and landscape near Yongjinmen are also very good. It seems that the landscape and greenery around the ancient city wall of Ganzhou are well built.
Go to the ancient city wall and pass by Bajing Park. In Bajing Park, many local people are engaged in cultural and sports activities and exercise. As a tourist spot, the scenery is average, but as a leisure place for local residents, it is very good. I wanted to go up to the city wall to see Bajingtai, but someone stopped me and charged. It’s not worth it to watch one Bajingtai for 30 yuan per person. It is not recommended to buy tickets to visit.