Former Headquarters of the Nánchāng Uprising
Wartime paraphernalia for rainy days and enthusiasts of the CCP. Admission free with passport.
This large, still-active temple was heavily damaged during the Cultural Revolution, but contains some notable statuary.
Helen's large tables and booths fill with groups of young and well-heeled Chinese playing drinking games, smoking hookah pipes, dancing...
Le Bistro 100
It's not totally French, but you're in the middle of China, so be grateful that you can vary your cuisine. Pull up a seat at this small...
Rongmen Lu; 榕门路 · interesting places nearby
Téngwáng Pavilion information
This nine-storey pagoda is the city’s drawcard monument, first erected during Tang times, but destroyed and rebuilt no less than 29 times, most recently in 1989. Traditional music performances are played on the 6th floor. Take Bus 2内 from the train station. Visitors can climb to the top for views of the modern city.