A sprawling green park of gingko-lined paths, lotus-filled ponds and teahouses. Kiddie rides for a small fee.
Located adjacent to Nánjiāo Park and surrounded by mossy cypresses, this temple (rebuilt in 1672) honours several figures from the...
Located alongside Culture Park , this is Chéngdū’s oldest and most extensive Taoist temple. Qīngyáng, or Green Ram, Temple dates from...
Hè Míng Teahouse
Always lively, this century-old spot is most pleasant for whiling away an afternoon with a bottomless cup of tea. Neat tea-pouring...
People’s Park information
On weekends, locals fill this park with dancing, song and taichi. There’s a small, willow-tree–lined boating lake and a number of teahouses: Hè Míng Teahouse is the most popular.