I was excited to come here because of the pictures but felt underwhelmed. The price of the ticket is 50 RMB and it does not take long to get through the park (about 1.5 hours). The park is very nice a...
The thatched cottage, well-maintained and beautiful gardens, and exhibitions of sculptures and other works of art are all a treasure of Chengdu, and well worth visiting. I come for a relaxing walk thr...
This is a peaceful and beautiful place to go to. We can see a lot of refined houses and strolls along the carefully maintained place. But there is no food or drink being sold here, so either you bring...
Our tour company and guide said we were going to the Du Fu Thatched Cottage, the home of the "Chinese Shakespeare." Huh? Now home trying to remember where we went, my research tells me Du Fu (712-77...
This place is built to honour one of the great poets in Chinese history. Do join a guided tour if you visit. It helps to provide context to the place. Imagine how Chengdu would have changed since Du F...
Du Fu Thatched Cottage. This scenic area marked as historical site and at the same time acts like museum, traditional Chinese garden and a park. For entrance need to pay. Inside you will see... traditional Chinese... see above nentiined. The place is beautiful, the trees, bushes are actually cut, the area is clean. The museum is not one buildings, there are several pavilions where very old and interesting artifacts are preserved. Between pavilions and small buildings with museum installations ate lying paths through trees with rich vegetation. Interesting, colourful, knowledgeable.
Du Fu was an famous poet and philosopher in the ancient Sichun history. Yes, he had lived here in his small and ascetic cottage made from locally grown bamboo.
In fact, I came to the drama. I recently returned to see a Chinese and Korean co-production film, "Good Rain Knowing Season" starring Gao Yuanyuan and Zheng Yucheng. Remember the words of Thoreau: Every morning is a delightful invitation. Life is impermanent, we all need courage to accept change, and more need strength to continue tomorrow. It seems that I also want to find something from here... Stretching 310 meters of thousands of poems into a grassland, a popular masterpiece, a classic and outstanding masterpiece, a beautiful rhyme of Lucy, and a wonderful craftsmanship... The description of poetry and the pattern of the Ming Dynasty restored and reconstructed the hut scenic spot in 1997, recreating the pastoral style of the poets former residence and creating a strong poetic atmosphere. Many people enter the house to visit, and the grass hall is more charming!
Du Fu Caotang is the former residence of Du Fu, a great poet of the Tang Dynasty in China.
It is said that it was originally built next to a tall nan tree and is now the largest relic of the cuckoo in China.
Du Fu Caotang has only one acre when it was built, but the things in the courtyard are very rich, and there are many ponds, wells, and water pipes.
After reading the monuments and historical introductions in the cottage, I always feel closer to Du Fu. Strolling slowly in the cottage, you will find this red wall is also a particularly beautiful place to take pictures.
Du Fu Caotang is the former residence of Du Fu when he lived in Chengdu. Du Fu lived here for nearly four years and created hundreds of poems, which are regarded as "holy places" in the history of Chinese literature. Today's Du Fu Caotang is repaired many times by Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing. The pavilion stands in the garden and the ancient trees are towering.
When I was playing in Du Fu Caotang, I also saw a group of flying birds circling in the air. It was really poetic, and I came to a quiet place in the late autumn season. How can I not take more pictures?
The main attractions here are Daxie, Shishitang, Gongbu, etc., as well as the "Du Shi Calligraphy Woodcut Gallery" built in 1999, which displays more than 100 pieces of Du Shi calligraphy woodcuts. Du Fus former residence of the huts was rebuilt from the characteristics of the western Sichuan dwellings and is now the iconic landscape of the Du Fu Caotang.
Du Fu Thatched Cottage is the former Chengdu residence of the famous Tang Dynasty poet Du Fu. Du Fu lived here for nearly four years. During his stay, he created hundreds of poems. This place is thus regarded as the “holy land” of Chinese literature. Today's Du Fu Thatched Cottage has survived multiple dynasties and been restored many times. The most important architecture of the place is his former residence, the thatched house. This former residence was built with the architectural characteristics of the western Sichuan civilian residences.
Poetry History Hall
Shaoling Tablet Pavilion
Du Fu Shrine
Exhibition Room of Du Fu Thatched Cottage Museum
Shrine of Lady Huanhua
Attractions Near Du Fu's Thatched Cottage
Songxianqiao Curio Art City
Chengdu Museum of Kiln Ruins of Sui and Tang Dynasties