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Spectacular Cherry Blossoms in Changsha

Orange Island
9,572 Reviews
5.2km from downtown
Reasons to Recommend: Orange Island is a long and narrow island in the Xiang Jiang River. It is the world's longest inland river island and also one of Changsha's most famous attractions. The island has dense trees, a large orange garden, a huge Mao Zedong Statue, and other cultural galleries. During his youth days, Mao Zedong spent a lot of time walking along the beaches, sunbathing and swimming at the island. He even wrote a poem about the island. During major festivals, there will be fireworks display available here, treating visitors to a visual feast.
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Yuelu Mountain
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5km from downtown
Reasons to Recommend: Yuelu Mountain, located on the west bank of Xiangjiang River, is a famous scenic spot in Changsha. There are many historical sites, such as the famous Yuelu Academy, the Love Night Pavilion, and many cemeteries of revolutionary martyrs. Trees flourish on the mountain, and most of them are old ones. The local citizens like to climb the mountain and take a walk. This is also a great place to enjoy the red leaves in autumn.
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Hunan Forestry Botanical Garden
2,699 Reviews
16.6km from downtown
Reasons to Recommend: Hunan Forestry Botanical Garden is a great place to enjoy nature, flowers, and family fun. The forest is dense, the environment is lush, and the air is fresh. The park is divided into several areas: the cherry blossom garden, the lotus garden, and the Rhododendron square. Flower exhibitions are held from time to time in the park when beautiful tulips, cherry blossoms, peonies, and lotus flowers are blooming. The area is large and beautiful when in full bloom.
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Changsha Gardens Ecological Garden
36 Reviews
12.5km from downtown
Wangyue Park
68 Reviews
2.3km from downtown
Reasons to Recommend: Changsha Wangling Park, also known as Wangyue Park, is located at the intersection of Rongyin North Road and Xianjiahu Road in Hexi, Changsha City, adjacent to Changsha High-tech Industrial Development Zone. The tombs of the Wu Rui family, the king of Changsha in the Western Han Dynasty, are well-known in the park, so the park was named Wangling Park when it was first built. The park covers an area of 18 hectares, the terrain is high in the west and low in the east, and the terrain is dominated by hills. The main road is the cement road and the mountain road. There are more than 20,000 trees of about 120 species in the park. The construction of the park is mainly based on natural scenery, supplemented by the art of artificial gardening, which is a good place for citizens to take a leisurely stroll.
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Xiaoyuan Park
226 Reviews
7.8km from downtown
Reasons to Recommend: Xiaoyuan Park is located near Changsha Railway Station. It is a small garden-style park. It not only has the style of traditional Chinese gardens, but also maintains the unique style of Hunan. There are "Yunshuiju" teahouse and "Juyuan Building" service department by the lake. The pavilions, platforms, buildings and pavilions are small and exquisite. There are architectural sketches such as "Yingxu Pavilion", "Shuangxiu Pavilion" and "Half Pavilion" of different shapes on the lakeshore and hills, which complement each other. In the garden, there is a bronze group statue of "Friendship and Peace" between China and Japan presented by Kagoshima, Japan. It consists of 4 groups of 8 Chinese and Japanese young people. They hold their heads high, look forward to the future, and love peace, symbolizing that the people of China and Japan will live forever. Friendship from generation to generation. There are also cherry blossoms, magnolias, water lilies and other flowers and trees in the garden. Every year when the cherry blossoms are in bloom, many tourists will come to watch them, and local residents will usually exercise in the garden.
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