Water Forest Spot in Lizhong Town

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Water Forest Spot in Lizhong Town

Water Forest Spot in Lizhong Town
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Jarryd Naicker
Yiwu, China7 contributions
Water Forest Park trip
Oct 2019 • Friends
It was a lovely day trip. The park is well taken of, and its awesome being around that much nature as I don't see that alot in the city. A great place for families to visit and couples to go on dates. I'd recommend it for people that want to escape the city for a day.
Written 19 November 2019
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FengXueSG
Singapore, Singapore1,487 contributions
Better than Thousands Raised Field Scenic Park
Apr 2016 • Family
From agricultural point of view, this park has the same concept of the Thousands Raised Field Scenic Park. However, instead of growing the oil flowers, the locals planted metasequoia some 30 years ago. Nowadays, it becomes a paradise for egrets. Wild flowers blossom in spring as well. They have plenty of great tracks for trekking and bird watching. It is also less crowded and more peaceful. The air is very fresh here. The best way to get there is driving your own car with Chinese friends. Highly recommended over the Thousands Raised Field Scenic Park.
Written 22 April 2016
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autoculus
Okayama Prefecture, Japan10 contributions
Bird paradise.
Aug 2015 • Business
Thousands and thousands of Taxodium ascendens have been planted on a formal series of man-made islets providing cover and homes to uncountable aquatic birds.
There are supposed to be 15 different types of heron alone.. Walking the trails, wearing a ''Coolie '' hat is recommended as the birds do void a lot of guano.
The punted raft is worth going on , if only to reach the more remote parts of the park, giving good photo opputunities.
Most birds , being fish eaters, can be seen along the water margins, statically awaiting their prey to approach. A reasonable camera is a boon as is a small pair of binoculars to see those egrets that are nesting in the tree tops.
Written 19 August 2015
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Frank H
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam153 contributions
Man made mini "forest"
Mar 2015 • Friends
The actual name of this attraction is Lizhong Aquatic Forest Park, and that is more or less what it is: a man made mini forest criss-crossed with waterways. It is 90 minutes from Yangzhou by car (mostly high way). Parking is ample. Admission in 80 Yuan (approximately 13 USD) for adults and includes a 20 minute ride on a small, 10 passenger, wooden raft which is propelled by a person pushing it with a stick. The raft traverses through the forested area which houses a lot of birds. However, the birds are high up in the trees, so you do not really get to see them. Although the park claims to be a forest and house a lot of different species of birds, the majority of the trees are of one type and it seems that one type of bird dominates. The trees are planted in rows , which creates a very unnatural feeling for a forest. One part of the forest is called the "fog forest" where an artificial fog is created by blowing steam (?) trough underground pipes. Kids love it and it gives good photo opportunities.
One walks through the forest on wooden walkways, which is nice for walking but makes the overall experience of this park very artificial.
Written 22 March 2015
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