Nanhu Park in Changchun

Why is Nanhu Park So Special?

With a total area of more than 2.22 million square meters, including 92 hectares of Lake area, Nanhu Park is a national city park with distinctive garden features. Long time ago, it was called Huanglong Royal Park. In the warm season, fishing, boating, swimming are available here; in the cold season, ice lamp, skiing, skating are popular. Every midsummer and early autumn, there is a lantern festival here.

Where is Nanhu Park?

Nanhu Park is located in the southwest of Changchun city, the park lies about 8 km from Changchun Railway Station, and the address of the park is No. 51 Gongnong Road, Chaoyang District, Changchun.

How to Get to Nanhu Park?

Travel with China Dragon Tours (top recommended)

If you want to get rid of hustle of transportation and troublesome navigation, you can book a private tour package which covers visiting, dining and transfer from us. Our local tour guide and driver will escort you to Nanhu Park with speed and convenience, and take care of all the details. You just need to focus on travel.

Independent Travel

For independent travelers you can 

By Bus: Take bus No. 66, 306, 62, 363 to get to Nanhu park.
By Metro:
Take Subway Line 1 to Nanhu Park Station

What to See in Nanhu Park?

 Lotus in Summer

Nanhu Park covers an area of 920000 square meters, with clear water. Lotus can be found at most places. It is an ideal place to spend the summer days.

Skating in Winter

In winter, the frozen lake is perfect for skating. Tourists would find many local enjoy themselves at the park in winter.

Lantern Festival

Lantern Festival is an ancient folk culture in China. It is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the Lunar calendar. During the Lantern Festival, children go out at night carrying paper lanterns and solve riddles on the lanterns, people hang the lanterns on their houses.

Useful Travel Tips

  1. Pay attention to sunscreen and mosquito bites when coming to the park in summer
  2. Additional tickets are required for the Lantern Festival and Exhibition

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Edited by Emily Wang/王海玲