Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Splendid China Part II: Miniature China

Date of Visited: 30th May 2011

Continue from the previous post of Part 1, the other part of Splendid China is Miniature Park. This theme park is one of the world's largest scenery parks where it showcase the replicas of China's historical and ancient buildings, marvellous scenes and exciting culture.


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Not only surrounded by the replicas, but the exhibits are also surrounded by pleasant and beautiful gardens with many flowers and trees.


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At here, you can see replicas of all the China famous landmark and buildings in one day where it was perfectly being constructed in a ratio of 1:15. The exhibits are even positioned to replicate their geographical locations. Consequently, you will feel like you are visiting the entire China without have to travel so far away.

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The long and masterpiece of the replica of Dazu Buddhist Stone Sculpture.


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One of the must seen replicas is The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, where it was being replicated exactly the same like the original one which located at Xian City, Shaanxi Province.

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The famous landmarks and building in China. Can you name them all?


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There are even some replicas being built on the water, which really impress me.


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For your information, this is the second miniature theme park I visited whereas my maiden visit was the one in Taiwan - Window on China Theme Park. Both have their own unique and distinctive features and showcases different kind of replicas but somehow, I think the best miniature theme park will be the one in Taiwan. One of the reason I said so it because Splendid China did a low maintenance for their replicas as I did saw some of them are damaged.

Anyhow, it is worth to make a visit to this theme park with your family and friends as it is comes with two different kind of parks, including China Folk Culture Village with one single ticket. The recommended time to visit this second part of the theme park might roughly be 2-3 hours. It is more spacious than the first one.


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There even a park where those trees were planted by the most famous people in the world. Wander around and seeing all the name, sorry to say I can't recognise any of them.


Opening hours: 09:00 to 18:00
Admission fee: 120 RMB including China Folk Culture Village
How to go there: Shenzhen Subway Line 1 and stop at "Huaqiaocheng" (Overseas Chinese Town) station. Upon reaching there, find Exit D and Splendid China is situated on the right-hand side.


16 comments:

  1. itu barulah semat!! argh.. the miniature look so interesting.. very2 interesting actually.. :-p

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  2. Wahh~~ Very nice miniature destination eh~~~~ Next time I visit this one and I could see the whole China!! :D

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  3. like this place it like trip around the world in I day....

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  4. I like the masterpiece of the Dazu Buddhist Stone Sculpture & Tera Cotta Warriors & Horses replicas.It showed that China Tourism Dept really spent a lot of money for their tourism industry.

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  5. Hi, Wow! I love this posting. Never knew there's this place too. Lonely Planet people must have missed this.
    Great photography too.
    You have fun and keep a song in your heart.
    Have a great Dragon year.
    Lee.

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  6. Fantastic blog post! I wish I can visit this place in the future too. Keep blogging!

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  7. amazing how at the craftsmen (and women) who managed to do it with such details.

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  8. Looks like a nice place to visit! All in one go..... Nice shots!

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  9. miniature..? wow they look big! haha. awesome!

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  10. wow..all in one for China...very cool...and it all looks so authentic

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  11. which hotel did u stay at shenzhen?

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    1. I stayed at Norinco Hotel, which very near to the metro train station.

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