Former Headquarters of the Nánchāng Uprising
Wartime paraphernalia for rainy days and enthusiasts of the CCP. Admission free with passport.
This huge temple was heavily damaged during the Cultural Revolution, but contains some notable statuary.
Memorial Hall to the Martyrs of the Revolution
Archival photos from the 1920s to the 1940s.
One of Nánchāng’s best foreigner-friendly bars.
Contemporary restaurant, with a mix of southern cuisines (Jiāngxī, Cantonese and Zhèjiāng); try the spicy, peanut-laden ‘alcoholic beef’...
Téngwáng Pavilion information
Lonely Planet review
This nine-storey pagoda is the city’s drawcard monument, first erected during Tang times.