Plum Monastery Buddhist
This dignified temple is dedicated to the Father of Chinese Zen Buddhism – Master Huineng (六祖慧能), who was said to be fond of plum...
Facing the river is this nine-storey Song-style pagoda. From the top there are terrific views of the river.
Seven Star Crags Park
The landscape of limestone hills, grottoes and willow-graced lakes in this massive park is beautiful, so it’s a pity the authorities try...
if you're hankering for seafood, this restaurant near a fruit market will overwhelm with its options. It's wildly popular and, at peak...
City Walls information
Lonely Planet review
Zhàoqìng’s city walls were built during several periods – the lowest part with large mud bricks are Song dynasty; above that is Ming; then a Qing extension featuring smaller bricks. Anything above that was built yesterday. Interestingly, there are alleyways and dwellings at the top. The River View Tower and Cloud-Draped Tower here are only open for dignitaries.