Nearly every foreign tourist will choose Beijing travel if they decide to visit China. All people, including me, just know some world-famous attractive and are not familiar with some unknow but attractive attractions in Beijing. Purple Bamboo Garden is one of them.
Located at the south end of Bai Shi Qiao (bái shí qiáo 白石桥) Road and near the west of the Capital Gymnasium in Hai Dian District, the Purple Bamboo Garden is a mountain-water landscaped garden. As the name suggests, the garden has a large variety of bamboos, more than 50 species, with the most prominent being the black bamboo. It covers an area of 14 hectares (gōng qǐng 公顷), including three lakes and two small islands on the lakes. Five arched bridges connect the lakes, isles and main garden area and there are scattered corridors and pavilions throughout.
Purple Bamboo GardenFor visitors who are fond of bamboo and wide waters, Zizhuyuan Park is hard to beat. West of the Capital Gymnasium in Haidian District, this park is renowned for its bamboo scenery. Three lakes, filled with lotus blossoms, occupy one third of the area. They are connected with two islets (xiǎo dǎo 小岛) by five arch bridges. Pavilions, corridors and bridges hide in the tall bamboo all across the park.
Beijing is usually contained in the intineraries of classic China tour package, you can advise your tour guide to take you there.
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