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Southwestern China Sights

Qianling Park (Qíanlíng gōngyuán)

  • 187 Zaoshan Lu Map It
  • Guiyang
  • Park/Playground

Updated 05/28/2013

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Dominating this 740-acre park is a 4,265-foot-high mountain that has fine views of the town from its western peak. The park itself has a bit of everything, including thousands of plants and a collection of birds and monkeys (many of which roam freely through the park).

Unicorn Cave. Discovered in 1531, Unicorn Cave was used as a prison for the two Nationalist generals, Yang Hucheng and Chang Xueliang, who were accused of collaborating with the Communists when

Chiang Kai-shek was captured at Xi'an in 1937.

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187 Zaoshan Lu, 2½ km (1 mile) northwest of city, Guiyang, 550004, China

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  • Y5
  • Daily 6:30 am–10 pm

Updated 05/28/2013


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