About 20 years ago I have been there, since I have chance to visit Wuxi again, Xihui Park is my first choice to visit, plenty plants and flowers around, specially rhdodendrons. Plenty citizens singing...
Relaxing though crowded park with great history mixed with kitsch
This is a very nice place to spend a nice day with family and friends. Many places to walk and interesting history in this park centered on a winter palace from a dynasty. In the commercial area it ...
Located on the inner Xishan Mountain in Xihui Park, Longguang Tower is a champion tower. It was built in the early Ming Dynasty and has undergone many damages and restorations. Today it is an octagonal seven-story brick-concrete structure. It has been closed for 10 years due to years of disrepair. After receiving good news, Longguang Tower is expected to reopen at the end of this month, and everyone can visit the tower again!
Know no, know whether it should be green and red, but the sea is still the same!
The annual cherry blossom season, people began to variety, chasing cherry blossoms around the country.
In fact, this season is not only the cherry blossoms, but also the silkworms are also beginning to bloom, the safflower green leaves complement each other, more charming and very charming.
Xihui Park in Wuxi is a good place to learn about the local customs of Wuxi. There are ancient towns, temples, gardens and many historical allusions. Xihui Park is named after two hills, namely Xishan and Huishan.
Huishan Temple has been the first ancient temple in Wuxi since ancient times. It was built in the Southern and Northern Dynasties and has a history of more than 1,500 years. During the Tang and Song Dynasties, the incense was strong, and there were 1,048 in the heyday.
Jianchangyuan is a Ming Dynasty Jiangnan garden in Xihui Park. The essence of the deep Jiangnan garden is fascinating. Emperor Qianlong liked this garden very much. After returning to Beijing, he built a harmonic garden in the Summer Palace, which is a replica of the garden.
The opposite of Changchang Park is a quiet Erquan Academy, a typical Jiangnan ancient building. The ancient ginkgo tree in front of the
Huishan Temple has a history of more than 600 years. In the history of more than a thousand years, Huishan Temple was devastated six times and was finally destroyed during the war years of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. The area where
Xihui Park is located has many monuments and spans thousands of years. It is built continuously and is called the open-air museum of Wuxi.
Huishan Spring in the park, there is a more widely known name, called "The Second Spring of the World", which is the Emperor Qianlong. Lu Yu of the Tang Dynasty once tasted tea here, and he was full of praise. In modern times, Wu Bing folk musician A Bing created the Erhu song "Two Springs Reflecting the Moon" with the material of Erquan.
Xihui Park is a comprehensive large-scale park with numerous cultural relics and entertainment facilities. It includes famous scenic spots such as Jichang Garden, Huishan Temple, and Huishan Spring. You can visit the famous historical sites such as Jichang Garden and Huishan Spring and climb Xishan Mountain, which is where the name 'Wuxi city' comes from. To the east of this scenic spot is Yingshan Lake and to its east is Xishan Mountain. According to legend, during the Qin dynasty, this place was rich in tin ores (which is pronounced Xi in Chinese), however, in the Han Dynasty, tin ran out - which means no (Wu) tin (Xi) therefore Wuxi's city name was derived from this.