Former Headquarters of the Nánchāng Uprising
This nine-storey pagoda is the city’s drawcard monument, first erected during Tang times, but destroyed and rebuilt no less than 29...
This large, still-active temple was heavily damaged during the Cultural Revolution, but contains some notable statuary.
The rarely visited, 1100-year-old village of Luótiáncūn, its uneven stone-flagged alleys etched with centuries of wear, provides a...
Brazilian-owned, this is one of Nánchāng’s friendliest bars. Hosts streetside Brazilian barbecues on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Dishes at this clean, comfortable restaurant include Jiāngxī specialties such as: jiàng huáng niú ròu (酱黄牛肉; spicy stir-fried beef),...
380 Zhongshan Lu, 中山路380号 · interesting places nearby
Former Headquarters of the Nánchāng Uprising information
Wartime paraphernalia for rainy days and enthusiasts of the CCP. Admission free with passport.