Bird Watching and City Sightseeing From Nanchang

Outdoor Activities in Nanchang

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Follow a local expert guide, spend full-day in Nanchang to visit the city highlights and see rare birds. On this private guided tour, you will visit the Badashanren Memorial Hall, wander along Xiaoping Road, have bird-watching in Tianxiangyuan, and explore the Wanshou (Longevity) Palace at Xianghu Lake.
Local tour guide will meet you at your Nanchang hotel lobby at 8:30am, travel in the comfort of a private vehicle to start the full-day city sightseeing and bird-watching. Visit the Badashanren Memorial Hall to get more knowledge of Chinese painting. Badashanren is the alias of Zhu Da, a distinguished painter during late Ming and early Qing dynasties. His paintings have enjoyed extremely high reputation for over 300 years. It will be poetic to walk among halls in the tranquil garden and appreciate famous artworks of masters. Stroll around Xiaoping Road and hear his stories from your guide. Proceed to the best bird-watching place around Nanchang – Tianxiangyuan Garden. Numerous trees and flowers and grasses are planted in the Garden and natural environment is preserved, which attracts large quantities of birds. The number of birds in fastigium reaches 32 species, 50,000 birds, so it is called as “the paradise of birds”. Follow your guide to see varies rare birds and take amazing photos. Continue to visit the Wanshou (Longevity) Palace, a Taoist temple built for a famous Taoist in Jin Dynasty (265-420). Devotees will go to pray for which come true during the birthday and the day of death in the first and eighth lunar months.After full-day sightseeing in Nanchang, enjoy comfortable transfer back to your hotel and bid farewell to your guide.

What’s included

  • Private tour
  • Transport by private vehicle
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Chinese lunch
  • Bottled water
  • Fuel surcharge and tax
  • Hotel pickup & drop-off
  • Entrance fee

What’s not included

  • Gratuities
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