Recently, several new attractions have emerged in Foshan, bringing new ways of entertainment right to citizens' doorstep.
Chan Gui Fang
Chan Gui Fang is a hub of digital audiovisual cultural industry and community service center transformed from old factories and employee dormitories.
With its vibrant and saturated multicolored walls, visitors can capture stunning pictures at every corner. Inside Chan Gui Fang, a child-friendly entertainment area is specially set up for children to have fun.
Here, traditional cultural style blends with modern innovative fashion, creating a trendy vibe that appeals to the younger generation.
Senba Crossing Adventure Park
The Senba Crossing Adventure Park at Xiqiao Mountain, Nanhai District is now open to the public, offering thrilling new experiences for visitors to explore the Xiqiao Mountain.
Located at the Azalea Garden and Peach Blossom Garden surrounded Yiyou Pavilion of Xiqiao Mountain, the park offers diverse outdoor activities that combine adventure, sports, entertainment, and challenges. With jungle safety belts, super long zip lines, jungle slides, and long-distance crossings, you can unleash your energy and have a great time.
Additionally, the park will set up four color-coded routes, including green, blue, red and yellow, representing different difficulty levels. Visitors can choose the route that suits their abilities for their exploration.
The New Park of Foshan Botanical Garden
The new park of Foshan Botanical Garden is now open to the public. The newly opened area consists of two botanical gardens: Pines Garden and Dracaena Garden.
Pines Garden covers an area of approximately 3.73 hectares, featuring various types of imported shaped black pine trees, each with unique appearance and high ornamental value.
By showcasing different black pines along with over 60 species of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants such as Saraca dives, Mayodendron igneum, Leucophyllum frutescens, etc., and relying on various landscape design, the garden serves as a recreational space with distinct artistic conceptions.
Dracaena Garden occupies an area of approximately 0.46 hectares, displaying the unique landscape of the South Asian tropical Dracaena community. It currently houses nearly 30 species of plants, including Hainan Dracaena, Dracaena marginata, Yucca gloriosa and Agave, where tourists can appreciate a wide variety of rare tree species.
Reporter | Christy
Revisor | Lynn, Eleanor
Photo | Chan Gui Fang, Xiqiao Mountain, Foshan Botanical Garden, Foshan News and Media Center