Those who have visited the People’s Park, after the renovation works, will surely acknowledge that since the moment you step in the main gate you enter a new reality: elderly peacefully engaging in long domino games with old-time friends; grandparents and grandsons cheerfully visiting and teasing birds’ sites; young couples rambling through secret gardens and romantic bridges. The more you walk the better you’ll feel. Strolling through the park is invigorating, calling for a book, for a unique photo, or for a nice conversation. This special time of the year is particularly romantic, offering you red and orange glances in every lazy leaf and wanton reflections in every serene lake. When you decide to visit this candid scenery make sure you visit the Buddhist temple and balance yourself spiritually to the sound of long pronounced chants. If you enjoy Chinese architecture, you’ll surely be delighted by the quantity of pavilions with natural themes, gently standing near a streamlet. Accompanying these natural sceneries and depictions is a mandatory visit to the birds’ enormous cage. If you’re lucky, you’ll see a moody and highly temperamental peacock’s plumage.
Serenity is offered to you whenever you feel like stepping away from the bursting city outside. Simply seize the moment!