Feng Shui Museum


This museum includes a model of the town, illustrating its feng-shui-inspired design. While English explanations are limited, a helpful English-speaking guide is available if you make an advance reservation. It’s in the same building as Tianyi Youth Hotel on Dadong Jie, and is free to enter for hotel guests.

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