Bao Hu Lu is a theme park the north side of the Zhangjiang River in the city of Ganzhou. It can be reached by the number 18, 109, or 118 buses.
As with many public attractions in China, this dated theme park needs a little love and is somewhat dilapidated but for a small city attraction there are worse places you could and probably have visited. Some more modern rides sit here with a small-to-medium sized roller-coaster, ‘Swinging Arms’, ‘Rolling Hammer’ and majestic ‘Skycraping Wheeled Machine’: that’s the large Ferris wheel you can see along Ganzhou’s riverside and from several viewpoints around the city.
There is RMB10 entrance fee after which individual rides and attractions charge different amounts. I visited for the first time in November at the end of a day. It is difficult to anticipate seasonal variations in these lesser known attractions so there were things that weren’t open/running – expect the unexpected. For a park area and place to watch the world go by having if you’ve exhausted all other options in the city, give it a try.
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