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No.37 Qinghua Street, Qingyang District, Chengdu 610072, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Du Fu is a well known poet in China and it was interesting to see a thatched cottage here. We haven't seen anything similar to this during our trip around China. The gardens are very pretty to stroll around but make sure you have some...More

Thank Victoria O
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazing history and such a peaceful place. If you dont understand Manadarin do get an english speaking guide for 50RMB. The information that you learn is unbelievable.

Thank HOSPOSNOB
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s amazing how quiet and peaceful this place is. You would never know you are in the middle of one of the largest cities in China. The scenery is beautiful, the history is interesting, and there are plenty of views to walk around and see...More

Thank JElisabeth_98
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Cheng du is good for tourist to visit. Every attraction offers transport to go other places. The view was great and will visit it again if I have chance.

Thank Sandrine Q
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Chinese family I traveled with were very reverential about Mr Du Fu so I figured this is like seeing where Shakespeare lived when he was writing sonnets. The site is well preserved and caters well for the large number of visitors. It would have...More

Thank PietroDallavia
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's worth a visit to Du Fu Cottage and even on a rainy day, just loved hearing his history from our guide. Gardens are worth the visit.

Thank CorneliusM35
Reviewed 14 July 2018

A nice tranquil garden and museum honoring Du Fu, one of China's great poets. Sip tea, enjoy the ponds and vegetation, shop for collections of poems, traditional music or art. Du Fu escaped the ravages of war to find beauty and peace here, which allowed...More

Thank Dean R
Reviewed 7 July 2018

He is the Chinese Shakespeare. His poems and calligraphy are abundant on this beautiful park with Koi ponds, bonsai trees, tea houses and traditional buildings. There is a guided audio tour in English that can give you an idea. Be prepared for a long but...More

Thank Raultriathlon
Reviewed 3 July 2018

Du Fu was a poet in an earlier age when warlords determined people's fate. He was an outspoken critic on behalf of the common people. The site of this museum has changed much from the crowded little streets of his time, to the pleasant gardens...More

Thank Rod129
Reviewed 30 June 2018

Apparently DuFu spent 5 years here in this restored and remodeled hut where he reportedly wrote over 1000 poems. Around the hut is a large, peaceful park with walkways, creeks, and manicured lawns

Thank aging2016
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We saw no construction in October, 2016.
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Hi! While most things are in Chinese and take a little more time to figure it, it's very possible. If you have an iPhone, it's actually very easy to figure out the bus routes even if you don't speak Chinese. Put in where... More
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