Yuyin Hill House
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𝓝𝓪𝓽𝔂 ® 👑
Moskva, Russland135 491 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2022 • Par
A very beautiful place. A separate place is occupied by a beautiful garden. Built in 1864, it was originally the private garden of Wu Bin, a successful candidate for the imperial examinations during the Qing Dynasty.
Skrevet 2. november 2022
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iamface
Aberdeen, UK1 716 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2019
a bit old but that is another elegant ancient house. some place not keeping so good but overall still graceful and pretty decor esp for daughter's room that is the most one. good for visit.
Skrevet 14. februar 2020
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Salman Khan
Lahore, Pakistan45 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019 • Alene
I searched this place on google and found it very peaceful but in reality it is much more than the pictures on internet. This place is outside of the city due to which it is less crowded. The best place I ever visited.
Skrevet 2. november 2019
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4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2018 • Par
很值得耐心品味的一个地方,“余荫”意味继前人之庇佑,“山房”为谦虚之语。我最喜欢的是“小姐房”,房内的窗饰、浮华的色彩,让人欲罢不能。
Skrevet 19. november 2018
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Mark D
Penang Island, Malaysia1 250 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2018 • Par
This small/compact, but really beautiful park [one of the top four in Guangzhou province] provides an fantastic alternate view of "Guangzhou". While located outside of the city, it can be readily reached by the metro (see the website for more detailed directions). The buildings and garden we built about 150+ years ago. The immaculate, and well laid out gardens are superb, and include a bridge, lotus pools, a pavilion and colourful flowers! The garden is divided into several parts--- each varying from the other! While "off the beaten path", a visit is well worthwhile.

I hope that this Review has been helpful.
Skrevet 3. september 2018
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4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2018 • Venner
余荫山房,广东四大名园之一,地处广州市番禺区南村镇。闹中取静的一处园林,满园绿树遮蔽,阴凉幽静。看着岭南的园林第一个反应竟觉得和苏州的园林有许多相似,而且每一个角落都散发着书香门第的气息。
Skrevet 6. juni 2018
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Douglas M
Guangzhou, Kina2 729 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2018 • Par
The prospect of another sunny spring day prompted SWMBO to suggest we visit YuYin Shan Fang in GuangZhou’s PanYu suburb.

By the time we had stirred our stumps, fed the fish and cat, and found out how to get there it was past 11 o’clock. No sweat with GZ’s amazing public transport. A bus to FeiXiangPark metro station (2 RMB), then line 2 south to its terminus at GuangZhou South Railway Station where we changed on to Line 7 to YuanGang station.

Now here’s the rub, most maps of the metro don’t show line 7 and those that do don’t show YuanGang. Rest assured it is there. In China, metro lines are built quicker than maps are updated!

After debiting 8 RMB each on our travel cards we asked a security lad which exit for YuYin. ‘Exit G’ was the unequivocal reply. Unfortunately this led us onto the wrong side of the road! A quick reversal of direction, only pausing for SWMBO to call the lad ‘a plonker’ in Cantonese and to improve his local knowledge, we took the escalator up ‘Exit A’. Next to the exit is the bus stop for the No. 30 bus. For another 2 RMB this took us in 20 minutes through PanYu town to the bus terminal at YuYin. There are clean toilets at the bus terminal if you are desperate!

The entrance to YuYin is about 50 metres from the bus station. Entrance is 18 RMB, as usual wave your passport and maybe a discount will be given. I’m over 65 so I got it for free, not to be sniffed at as this almost paid for my bus and metro for the day. Pity, I’m not a genuine GuangZhou resident then even that would be free. Make sure you get the very comprehensive English/Chinese guide leaflet.

YuYin isn’t a park as in the sense of flower beds and lawns. The oldest and original part, built between approximately 1870 and 1926, is a series of ‘houses’ where a high-up provincial government official entertained his visitors, conducted government business, smoked opium and kept his girlfriends. The same family kept the place for about 100 years. The more modern part was built in 2006 to showcase modern LinNan culture.

The modern part is titled Patron of Scholar Park, but I’d call it Patron of Retail Park. Basically it’s a very nice ornamental pond surrounded by expensive retail outlets masquerading as cultural art galleries. In the centre of the pond is what must be the most disguised toilet block in China. Climb the stairs to the balcony for a better view of the garden. There’s also a gift shop selling the usual tourist tat, of course SWMBO graced it’s ever-open doors for another bracelet. I watched people feeding the fish and ducks on the pond with bags of pellets available at the entrance for 3 RMB.

Then it was out and into the original part of YuYin. This, in its day, would have been my sort of place. Quiet, peaceful and interesting to wander round while chatting to friends and acquaintances. Today, tourist buses disgorge elderly hoi polloi who chatter away in Cantonese against a background of piped traditional jangly Chinese guqin music.

Perseverance paid off and eventually we shook them off but not the music. The ‘houses’ are fascinating and mostly original. As ever, in China, look up. The ceilings and roofs are amazing. The stained glass windows are wonderful. The wall stone frescos are original but most lack their colorful paint. Look closely and you can see where the wooden ones were before probably being prised off by the red guard during the cultural revolution.

By the way, the gardens were nice with plenty of Bonsai trees and water. Plenty of places to sit, for me to sit and contemplate and for SWMBO to check her WeiXin social media account.

Then it was back to the bus terminal. Get on the No. 30 bus back to YuanGang station, sit on the passenger side so you can see the Metro entrance just behind the bus stop.

All in all a very nice afternoon’s adventure.
Skrevet 18. april 2018
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nowpacking
Dallas, TX3 231 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2018 • Familie
Although Yuyin Hill House is located a ways outside the city center, it is a beautiful reflection of the traditional Chinese garden and house. Lots of different areas to explore with water features and Chinese art and furniture on display. Feed the fish or sit in the gazebo near the pond. Even a small temple room with a Buddha. The best part is the lack of crowds - so bring your camera and venture out to see the real China. We rode the subway out and then walked using map on our phone.
Skrevet 10. april 2018
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tase0728
hk168 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2017 • Alene
地鐵廣州番禺線板橋站,根據導航走廿分鐘即可到達,中間會穿過當地的農貿市場。

票價18元,可花40元有半小時專人購解嶺南四大名園的奧祕。由大門進入是敞大的水榭樓台,文昌塔,池內養有不少鯉魚。有書曾著當時水榭曾火燒赤壁作題材,可惜已被毀。站在假山上俯望這片活水心境變得悠哉。

起初以為此地不過是個小型公園罷,誰知轉入隔壁昔日莘莘學子埋頭苦讀的祠堂,登堂入室至後花園,才發現那些文人心思和情趣。各式各樣彩色琉璃窗戶,花樣匠心獨韻。八角亭樣書齋別具特色,從每個方位看去均有不同景致,有秋菊,有幽蘭,有旭日等,框景借景費盡心思。後園的小橋流水,貫穿整個園林。四面廳的窗欞地磚互相呼應,不失精緻。總之,一步一景,讓你有如置身江南一片小天地。
Skrevet 13. desember 2017
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yoshio_takai
Kuwana38 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2017 • Venner
広州番禺の中心から車で30分程度のところ。あまり大きくはないが、色々な中国らしい建物・庭があり、ちょっと迷路の様でもある。
中の茶店にある生姜ミルクが名物らしい。
いい所だが、外の堀の水が腐っていて異臭を放っているのが残念。
Skrevet 4. juni 2017
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